Application Integration Patterns Based on Open Resource-Based Integrated Process Platform
The push toward more interactive and flexible applications, motivated by huge demand in terms of cost saving, shorter development cycle, faster adjustment, and more reliable execution, has generated the need for integrating the different applications and attract more business people involved in. New approaches and tools for enterprise lightweight collaboration and composition, such as Mashup and Web service, bring various fresh and significant elements into present system architecture. In this work, we firstly indentify and classify the integration architecture framework systematically. Subsequently, five typical patterns for enterprise integration are identified, characterized, and evaluated with focus on the practical applicable scenarios. Within the current research project ORIPS, a resource-based platform that allows for different options to realize resources reorganization and application integration, verifies the correctness and feasibility of integration framework and patterns, and creates promising solution in rapid system development.
KeywordsIntegration Resource Web Service
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