middle ware/ eai

eai allows the flow of information across the different systems. by connecting the different processes, software and hardware of more enterprises can become one enterprise system.
the main motto of enterprise application integration is to condense the efforts needed for designing and coding. and it allows reuse of configurations or codes for the new system. it reduces the maintenance costs and difficulties of the custemers.

the main objectives of eai:
in eai there are two logical integration architectures, direct point-to-point connections and middleware-based integration.

point-to-point integration:
eai developers follow point-to-point integration because they find it easy to understand and it can implement quickly for few systems to integrate. one example of point-to-point integration is if an application makes direct database connection calls to another application's database tables.

enterprise application integration (eai) refers to the integration and merging of applications and data from various new and legacy systems within an enterprise. it takes on an assembly approach quite distinct from the traditional 'from scratch' development, ensuring that applications are well positioned within a larger, end-to-end architectural framework.

eai benefits:
1.increased operational efficiency flexibility and adaptability
2.increased roi of current it investments
3.ease of accommodation of newer technologies

eai framework:
our enterprise integration framework helps define a base technical architecture for any eai engagement.
this framework defines services that are commonly required for an eai solution and encompass message brokers,
enterprise data and information bus, partner integration hubs as well as process automation.

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