Enterprise Integration

enterprise integration technology

Streamlining the complexity and cost of mission critical enterprise integration solutions.

For its Retirement, Financial and Government Industry clients, technology organizations are challenged with the results of the unbounded evolution of point-to-point integration that makes the enterprise architecture brittle, complex and costly to change. Increasingly the business is expecting IT to be able to “plug-and-play” new solutions into the existing portfolio. Leveraging the best practice of Service Orientation, this practice employs the best practice pattern of a service integration “bus” that allows for the reduction of the complexity of integration to a hub pattern. Modern service busses support on-the-fly translation of schemas so that applications can continue “speaking” their own schema language and the bus uses taxonomy translation via an ontology (semantic object model) that translates through the ontology from local schema to local schema.

 

Service Catalog:

Enterprise Integration Maturity Assessment Enterprise Integration Modernization Programs
Enterprise Integration Service Bus RFPs & Vendor Selections

Case Studies

 

The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.

— Bill Gates,
Microsoft Founder