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CampusNexus leverages new architectural constructs to support an event-driven architecture.
Four IT innovation experts discuss business applications for event-driven architectures (EDA), showing developers and SOA architects how to navigate through the complex interoperability and integration issues to implement an approach that automatically detect and react to specific events.
The ORSYP enterprise job scheduler enables Sybase customers to enhance IT and business responsiveness by creating real-time IT process automation through its event-driven architecture, simplifying database management.
The book has eight chapters such as Understanding Service Oriented Architecture, Component-based Services, Orchestration, Working with registry and UDDI, Understanding enterprise security, SOA management, Transactions, Event-driven Architecture.
Shadow RTE provides the industry's first Mainframe Services Bus (MSB) to support the entire range of requirements for Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) and Event-Driven Architectures (EDA)--essential foundation elements needed to support the Real-time Enterprise.
We may be on the cusp of a golden era, where organisations will utilise event-driven architecture (EDA) systems that respond automatically to shifting requirements - in real-time.
Software AG is seeing an increase in the use of Event-Driven Architecture patterns from customers using webMethods ESB, Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) and our entire solution portfolio," said Miko Matsumura, chief strategist at Software AG.
TIBCO spokesperson, Murat Sonmez, executive vice president, global field operations, said, "Leading companies like CargoSmart recognize that event-driven architecture is the next step in enabling business and IT collaboration.