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Cloud-Based Integration and SOA Architecture

The pros and cons of current architectures for cloud-based integration

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Putting a cloud integration and Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) strategy in play prepares enterprises for the next generation of flexible, distributed and scalable cloud-enabled business applications while facilitating greater operational efficiency, generating more revenue, and helping businesses enter new markets.

This free guide from Fiorano discusses various architectures for cloud-based integration in use today, together with the pros and cons of each such architecture. This is followed by a discussion of the architecture requirements for a general purpose, cloud-enabled ESB platform that enables the seamless integration of on-premise, public and private cloud applications.

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