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Do More with SOA Integration: Best of Packt by Doug Todd, Arun Poduval

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Integration Architecture Steps and Approaches

Integration is not an easy task, and to succeed, we will have to plan and design it carefully. Therefore, we first have to select the applications that we will include in integration. Applications in each company can be put into the following two classes:

  • Primary applications, which are important for the whole company and used by a large number of employees. These applications have been either developed either in-house, outsourced, or bought and are under the control of IT department.
  • Subsidiary applications often used by a single employee. Most likely they have been developed without the knowledge of the IT department by the user himself or herself in a productivity tool, like office applications and ...

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