Chapter 13. Enterprise Integration Patterns

In today's world, integrating multiple business systems in an enterprise is a critical requirement. Applications are no longer monolithic systems from a single vendor. Over the years, enterprise software architects have figured out a number of recurring patterns when it comes to integrating such applications. This led to the development of enterprise integration patterns. A pattern is a tried and tested solution for a known problem. These patterns are well documented along with the problem they are trying to solve, so that architects can identify such patterns in a given problem and apply these well known solutions, instead of having to reinvent the wheel. SOA and web services are the de facto standard ...

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