Building Blocks of Enterprise Integration
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Looking for a refresher or a first pass at some of the essential building blocks of Enterprise Integration. Then look no further. This webcast has you covered.
In today's world, Enterprise System integration has become an integral part for many businesses. Enterprise application integration can be viewed as developing frameworks and patterns comprising of a collection of technologies and services which form middle-ware to enable inter connectivity of systems and applications across an enterprise. In a nutshell this boils down to linking systems on different business systems such as CRM , SCM , HRM, POS etc to automate and simplify data flow between them to the greatest extent possible.
This webinar will walk you through the building blocks of Enterprise Integration that is possible with SOA and in particular with the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus. This session will also explore how different integration solutions have been materialized with respect to data integration , reducing vendor locking and interfacing and API management.
Within this backdrop , we intend to present several real world business scenarios that have used our Enterprise Service Bus and SOA platform stack. This session would be of value to both developers and architects who seek to develop integration solutions and business gateways for platforms in the genre of mobile, FIX ,SAP , and much more. The webinar will wrap up with a presentation and demo on several Enterprise integration patterns (ie:- Integration patterns, Access Patterns, Life-cycle patterns) which are possible with the use of the WSO2 ESB.
Udayanga is a Software Engineer at WSO2 and a member of Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Team. He has worked on many of the enterprise solutions that WSO2 ESB provides including Salesforce, Paypal, SAP, FIX ,HL7,etc and currently acts as a contributor/committer for Apache Synapse project.
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