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The Data Transformation Challenges with EAI

February 25, 2019 Tim Reimer 0 Comments

testGiven the diverse application landscape of companies, the integration of these applications to support a robust and reliable message exchange is more relevant than ever. These integrations can be categorized into vertical and horizontal integrations. Horizontal integration reflects the different applications and business partners that are engaged in the exchange of messages. Vertical integration can be further categorized into four layers: communication, message structure, data elements, and business process. The complexity of a problem can be reduced by subdividing the problem into smaller problem spaces that are self-contained units, or in this case, layers.

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Intelligent Transformation with EAI

January 5, 2019 Tim Reimer 0 Comments

testIntegration (EAI) has evolved from a simple architecture of connectors that mostly support point-to-point integration scenarios to today’s sophisticated middleware platforms that manage the integration of enterprise applications in numerous ways. With the advent of cloud applications and the need to integrate them into the enterprise ecosystem, the development of robust integration solutions is more relevant than ever before.

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A Best Practices Framework

December 8, 2017 Tim Reimer 0 Comments

testThe objective of best practices is to drive efficiencies in various processes, reduce failures, and simplify the design of solutions through the potential application of patterns. Based on these reasons, it is of benefit to formulize many functions and processes by using best practices. In many organizational situations, however, the belief is that best practices can be universally accepted without considering the internal capabilities of an organization.

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The Blockchain Revolution

November 2, 2017 Tim Reimer 0 Comments

testThe industrial world has seen three major revolutions over the last 200 years. The first revolution was initiated by the capability to generate power through steam and distribute this electricity as utility to residential and non-residential facilities (Rojko, 2017).

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