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Integration of Information Technologies in Enterprise Application Development

Iulia Surugiu ()
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Iulia Surugiu: TotalSoft, Romania

Database Systems Journal, 2012, vol. 3, issue 1, 21-32

Abstract: Healthcare enterprises are disconnected. In the era of integrated information systems and Internet explosion, the necessity of information systems integration reside from business process evolution, on the one hand, and from information technology tendencies, on the other hand. In order to become more efficient and adaptive to change, healthcare organizations are tremendously preoccupied of business process automation, flexibility and complexity. The need of information systems integration arise from these goals, explaining, at the same time, the special interest in EAI. Extensible software integration architectures and business orientation of process modeling and information systems functionalities, the same as open-connectivity, accessibility and virtualization lead to most suitable integration solutions: SOA and BPM architectural styles in a cloud computing environment.

Keywords: EAI (Enterprise Application Integration); BPM (Business Process Management); SOA (Service Oriented Architecture); ESB (Enterprise Service Bus); WOA (Web Oriented Architecture) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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