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

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SOA Integration—Final Product Summary

The idea is what you are building in this chapter will become the foundation of your SOA environment moving forward. The SOA architecture you are building is not 'throw away technology' but a quick and hopefully painless way to get you started on the modernization journey.

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Keeping It Real: It may seem like 'everything plus the kitchen sink' was thrown in. In a way, it was. SOA is a broad architecture and each scenario is a bit different. The idea here was to show some of the options available. At a minimum, you will require the Oracle Legacy Adapters and a Java-based interface to call the legacy artifacts. Oracle Enterprise Grid Control, Oracle BAM, Oracle BPEL, and Oracle ESB are the next most common ...

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