All posts tagged: Integration

Specific Integrations

This is the sixth blog in a series of 6 blogs about integration 2.0. Did you miss one blog, read the fifth blog Services!

The API- and Event hub may support most of the integration needs. Certain data however may require a specific approach, for instance if the size, speed or format of data requires this, or an external party demands it.

Harald van der WeelSpecific Integrations
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Services

This is the fifth blog in a series of 6 blogs about integration 2.0. Did you miss one blog, read the fourth blog Integration 2.0: Interactions!

Though Integration 2.0 does not explicitly mention Services or Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) it makes a clear distinction between stateful services -services that maintain specific data – and stateless services that don’t.

Harald van der WeelServices
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Integration 2.0: Interactions

This is the fourth blog in a series of 6 blogs about integration 2.0. Did you miss one blog, read the third blog Integration 2.0 Main Integration Concepts!

The Event and API hub are the central components in the integration landscape: In principle all communication will go through them. Besides loosely coupling EAC-s and processes it connects with other generic IT capabilities (functions) as well, like Master Data Management (MDM), Reference Data Management (RDM), Business Rule Management (BRM), Identity and Access Management (IAM) and Audit and Compliance Management. These all may provide functionality or data required by processes, EAC-s or each other. However, these services and EAC-s themselves are passive components other than publishing events that might be listened to by other components.

Harald van der WeelIntegration 2.0: Interactions
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Integration 2.0: Main integration concepts

This is the third blog in a series of 6 blogs about integration 2.0. Read the first blog Integration 2.0 and second blog Integration 2.0:Introdution!

EAC-s may be integrated through their standard interfaces. API-s are centrally exposed to the enterprise though an API-hub. Events are exchanged from publishers to subscribers through an Event-hub.

Harald van der WeelIntegration 2.0: Main integration concepts
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Integration 2.0: Introduction

This is the second blog in a series of 6 blogs about integration 2.0. Read the first blog Integration 2.0!

These recent developments have urged us to define a new Integration approach, that we call “Integration 2.0”. This approach aims to address the challenges posed by the technical and business developments for the next decade.

Harald van der WeelIntegration 2.0: Introduction
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Integration 2.0

Traditional Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is becoming a commodity. At the same time numerous sources overload us with all kinds of data, and new business models require everything to go faster and better. This cries for new integration approaches. Are YOU ready for Integration 2.0?

Harald van der WeelIntegration 2.0
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Guys don’t want to commit

Last week I hosted a “Bits & Bites” session on Serverless for my colleagues and some guests. These sessions are centered around some new technology, concepts or functionality (the “Bits” part) that one of us has encountered in his daily work and wants to spread the word. These events are great fun as you get to meet with your colleagues who frequently are working some other project and have dinner together (the “Bites” part) – these kinds of extras make the work fun!

As always, I had prepared way too much material for the hands-on exercises. To the positive side, nobody can claim that they finished early and had to keep themselves busy.

Milco NumanGuys don’t want to commit
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