Multi Channel Architecture Model Based on Service Oriented Integration
The volume of data and numerous applications developed within a company can often generate a redundancy difficult to control. In the same time, the homogeneous or heterogeneous management systems of the companies become overcharged for obtaining useful information from databases. For this reason, the organizations develop specialized systems for the integration of existing applications and data. To achieve these systems, there are used a number of technologies, methods and architectures such as SOA architecture. In this article, are presented the components of SOA architecture, its advantages and a solution for integrating applications at the Presentation Tier.
Volume (Year): XII (2008)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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