Middleware and Enterprise Application Integration: The Architecture of e-Business Solutions by I. CraigMiddleware and Enterprise Application Integration: The Architecture of e-Business Solutions by I. Craig

Middleware and Enterprise Application Integration: The Architecture of e-Business Solutions

Translated byI. Craig

Paperback | August 5, 2002

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Middleware is a layer of software that lets business applications inter-operate and eases the problem of constructing complex applications that can include market places, CRM and Internet access. The world of middleware has recently been galvanised by the arrival of the Internet and then by Java, making it part of the e-commerce revolution. This text provides a practical introduction to the different forms of middleware (RPC, message queues, hub and spoke, CORBA and Java) and how they can be combined to produce complex architectures that are suited to business needs. -Contributes to the diffusion and understanding of the importance of the role of middleware in the design of complex information systems. -Relevant text for courses on Information Technology applied to Business Management. -The first edition of this title was a bestseller.
Title:Middleware and Enterprise Application Integration: The Architecture of e-Business SolutionsFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 5, 2002Publisher:Springer LondonLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:185233570X

ISBN - 13:9781852335700

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Table of Contents

Overview of Enterprise Application Integration.- RPC-based Middleware.- CORBA: Standard Object-Based Middleware.- OLE/COM: Object-based Middleware from Microsoft.- Comparison between CORBA and OLE/COM.- Java RMI and Java Beans.- Message-based Middleware.- Introduction to the Internet.- E-business Architectures.- Conclusion.- Appendix A: Introduction to Object Technology.- Appendix B: MethodF: A Method for Object-Oriented Analysis and Design.- Appendix C: Glossary.- Bibliography.

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From the reviews of the second edition:"Middleware and EAI offer the promise of 'joined-up computing'. . The main approaches to middleware and EAI are surveyed . . The content is clearly laid out and easy to read, especially as it is printed in a large font. . It is a good introduction to the subject for consultants, managers and designers of complex business software." (Carey Gray, Computer Bulletin-online, May, 2003)