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Saga Continues Roll Out of EAI Tools
Saga Software announces availability of its Sagavista 1.1 Enterprise Application Integration software which is supposed to provide a faster messaging layer for

eai esb  Continues Roll Out of EAI Tools Event Summary RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE) Continuing its roll out of its e-business integration flagship product suite Sagavista, SAGA SOFTWARE, Inc. (SAGA) (NYSE:AGS) announced the availability of Sagavista 1.1, which provides a faster Messaging layer for improved performance, an enhanced Application Developer Kit (ADK), Unix support, agent adapters for Adabas(R) and 3270/5250 emulation which provides enterprise level mission critical mainframe access to legacy Read More...
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Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, and BPEL Part Two: BPEL and User Recommendations
In a somewhat simplified language, while Web services allow applications to easily exchange and reuse information, it is only when they are orchestrated

eai esb  suites of products for EAI, middleware, Web application servers, or other software solutions that require seamless interoperability, they must be sure they understand the difference in the approaches used by J2EE and .NET. For additional information see Understand J2EE And .NET Environments Before You Choose . While one of the main goals of Web services was to make the platform choice less important, that reality is still a long way off. Despite anyone's platform preference and the roster of programmers Read More...
Goal-oriented Business Process Management
The trend toward more flexible ways of working, shorter organizational reaction times, and the ability to fully embrace market unpredictability, is a powerful

eai esb  BPM, which relates to EAI and focuses on service/system collaboration and process model transformation, has become less meaningful in the last two years. Today, central issues of human-centric BPM are the defining topics of the market arena, and BPM Suites are expected to add value through description, execution, and continuous improvement of an enterprise's business processes. Application and IT integration are the means rather than the end. Even within the human-centric BPM space, the distinction Read More...
To BEA or Not to BEA: Is That the Question?
BEA Systems Inc., announced that twelve Business-To-Business and Enterprise Application Integration vendors have teamed with them to provide e-business

eai esb  major players in the EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) space, with an approximate market share of 16.2% (the only player in the market estimated to be larger is IBM, at 21.6%). The trick to EAI is typically consultancy, since every company designs their business processes differently. Despite what many vendors claim, there is no true out-of-box solution, so a strong partnering with consulting firms which are trained in the EAI and B2B arenas is a very wise move. What remains to be seen is Read More...
Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM
In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to

eai esb  an extension of traditional EAI for adding the following key functions: Transformation—the ability to transform XML documents from one data format into another so that the receiving party can interface with the data in an application format that is different from the one in which it is sent; Portability—the ability to share the data between different computers and OS environments; Load balancing and clustering—the ability to distribute processing among several devices so that no single device Read More...
Enterprise Application Integration - Where Is It Now (And What Is It Now)? Part 2: Where Is It Now?
Enterprise Application Integration has changed massively in the past two years. Where is the market, and what vendors are left in the game?

eai esb  Integration in general and EAI in particular. A great many of the players have changed in the vendor arena, new terminology ( buzz-phrases like IAI, or Inter-Enterprise Application Integration , and e-Business Infrastructure Enablement , or B2Bi, has arisen out of the marketing machine, and customers are generally confused as to just what vendors are offering and how it may (or may not) solve their business problem. In addition, the strong downturn in the technology economy has affected many vendors' Read More...
Merger Mania At Its Extremes Part 2: Challenges & User Recommendations
While the merger is justifiable it does not provide the new entity with much room for mistakes. SynQuest also needs to quickly figure out the best combination

eai esb  of its transition from EAI vendor to SCEM vendor took place this year with the sale of its integration products and operations to a systems integrator. SynQuest, a renowned SCP vendor, has nonetheless struggled to gain mind and market share ever since its IPO in 2000 (see SynQuest Posts Mixed Results ). Despite partnering mutually and with other providers (see J.D. Edwards Names SynQuest Preferred Solution and SSA Seeks Support from Synquest ), neither company has ever experienced a merger with and Read More...
Enterprise Application Integration - the Latest Trend in Getting Value from Data
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is one of the hot-button issues in IT for the Year 2000. Information Week Research's survey of 300 technology managers

eai esb  75% of respondents said EAI is a planned project for their IT departments in the coming year. According to a study by Bank Boston, the market for EAI is expected to be $50 Billion USD by 2001. Successful EAI requires a careful combination of a middleware framework, distributed object technologies, and custom consulting. Many vendors have evolved out of the middleware space, and some are coming from the Extract/Transform/Load space. It remains to be seen what approach will provide the most value for a new Read More...
Extricity Makes a Move into IBM’s Sphere of B2B Influence
B2B/EAI software vendor Extricity announced that International Business Machines is shipping the Extricity B2B platform as part of IBM’s WebSphere BtoBi Partner

eai esb  strategy. Many of the EAI and B2B vendors, including vendors who are pure-play in one of the two technologies, consolidators of the technology, and new entries to the field, are attempting to jump on the WebSphere bandwagon, especially by incorporating integration with IBM's MQSeries Integrator Version 2, and support for the WebSphere Application Server. (See prior TEC news analyses under EAI for related developments). As the line between software for business-to-business and enterprise application integr Read More...
J.D. Edwards On The Mend; This Time Might Be For Real Part 2: Market Impact
A small-to-medium enterprise simply wants to manufacture and deliver a product in a most efficient way and by utilizing minimal necessary resources, therefore

eai esb  Edwards' move into the EAI and the product openness arenas has been recently vindicated by SAP 's endorsement of product openness (see SAP Opens The 'Miss Congeniality' Contest ) and even Oracle's surprising interconnectivity strategy twist (see Oracle Makes A U-Turn At The All Things To All People Exit ), and although the XPIs seems to have proven their concept, the company has so far struggled without widening the breadth of its natively provided applications. The crucial driver of its license Read More...
6 Reasons Why You Should Care About B2B Integration Technology
What does it matter if your IT department uses FTP, SOAP, REST, or AS/2? How does an ESB impact the business? What s all this talk about SOA? Even the most tech

eai esb  Reasons Why You Should Care About B2B Integration Technology What does it matter if your IT department uses FTP, SOAP, REST, or AS/2? How does an ESB impact the business? What s all this talk about SOA? Even the most tech-savvy of supply chain executives can be overwhelmed by the alphabet soup used to integrate business processes. So why should you care? Here’s six reasons. Read More...
Glossary of Enterprise Applications Terminology Part One: Accounts Payable Through Internet
As enterprise applications systems developed over time, a continuous stream of new terminology surfaced. This is a glossary of those terms.

eai esb  routings. enterprise application integration (EAI) : The unrestricted sharing of data and business processes throughout the networked applications or data sources in an organization, since early software programs in areas such as inventory control, human resources, sales automation and database management were designed to run independently, with no interaction between the systems. There are four major categories of EAI: 1) database linking: databases share information and duplicate information as needed; Read More...
i2 Technologies at the Front of the Supply Chain
i2 Technologies is the largest and fastest growing vendor of supply chain management software with $456 million in revenue over the last twelve months and a 48%

eai esb  more internet-based CRM or EAI company acquisition as i2 expands its eBusiness suite. (70%). Growth projection: Expect 35-40% average growth over the next 3-4 years, less than previous years, but ahead of the rest of the market (70%). Vendor Recommendations Continue existing initiatives in mid-market to increase market share, both internal development to scale down core applications and partnerships with mid-market systems integrators, such as Mastech. Focus development efforts on reducing complexity of Read More...
Business Process Management: How to Orchestrate Your Business
Business process management (BPM), having evolved over the past fifteen years, has finally reached a level of maturity where vendors are now abolishing

eai esb  that incorporate both the EAI and BPI functionality in addition to functionality such as workflow, business activity monitoring, web services, rule engines, and portal capability. What Is BPM? Business process management (BPM) was recognized by the academic world in the fifties and sixties as an important ingredient in the quality management approach. In the eighties, authors Hammer and Champy drew the attention of business managers to process management, process (re-)engineering, and workflow Read More...
IONA Purchases Netfish Technologies (And Much, Much More)
As the last step in a long list of acquisitions, IONA Technologies has purchased Netfish Technologies, a provider of integrated XML-based B2B process

eai esb  others including the Sagavista EAI technology from Software AG (which had recently purchased Saga Systems ), completes IONA's strategy to create a Total Business Integration solution , a standards-based, end-to-end, e-business platform known as the IONA Suite . IONA is a pioneer in the ORB and CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) market with its flagship Orbix product. Orbix also includes IONA's Adaptive Runtime Technology (ART), one of the foundations of the IONA Suite. Netfish's flagship pr Read More...

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