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February 2004
Management Services;Feb2004, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p30
Academic Journal
This article presents information on the Universal Adapter Framework developed by iWay Software for its BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform. The adapter can provide access to more than 250 enterprise information systems and e-business document formats, allowing BEA customers to leverage a wide array of investments. The adapters are integrated via Workshop 8.1, which is designed to simplify and converge the development and integration of Java and service-oriented applications. BEA customers can benefit from quicker development cycles and the flexibility of integrating virtually all heterogeneous information systems into their WebLogic Workshop applications. The object is to help BEA customers rapidly meet business integration challenges. iWay can allow customers to leverage their existing application and data with new business applications created with BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform. By adhering to industry standards, the cost and complexity of application development and process integration projects can be dramatically lowered, allowing customers to receive more comprehensive integration solutions at a better value. It could be that the greatest advantage for BEA customers is not being forced into choosing between their existing architecture and emerging integration frameworks.


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