Category Archives: Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)

Integrating Silverlight 4 with SharePoint 2010 — Free 42 Page Sample Chapter

A free sample chapter from Packt Enterprise’s book: Microsoft Silverlight 4 and SharePoint 2010 Integration. Integrating Silverlight RIAs in SharePoint 2010 offers amazing opportunities to combine the power and flexibility offered by SharePoint with great user experiences. In fact, many interfaces shown in SharePoint 2010 are developed in Silverlight. Packt […]

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Improving Your ROI for PeopleSoft Enterprise

Fast, accurate, and flexible business processing. Learn how an effective automation strategy can significantly improve your ROI for PeopleSoft Enterprise by: Simplifying a complex IT infrastructure Eliminating manual integrations and scripting between applications Effectively managing business processes across applications Mitigating risk by controlling mission critical business processes UC4 Software, Inc […]

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Improve your ROI for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Better coordinate processing between EnterpriseOne and other applications. Learn how an effective automation strategy can significantly improve your ROI for EnterpriseOne by: Reducing your EnterpriseOne batch window Eliminate manual integrations and scripting between applications Effectively manage business processes across applications Mitigate risk by controlling mission critical business processes UC4 Software, […]

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Application Automation in Enterprise Workload Automation

This white paper describes how to automate your business processes and reduce the risk associated with the introduction of new applications to your core business processes. Application automation provides your organization standardized, stable, and repeatable integrations to any new application, database, or tool that is introduced. UC4 Software, Inc Please […]

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Flex 4.5 and PHP: Creating Data-Driven Applications- Free Video Tutorial

In Flex 4.5 and PHP: Creating Data-Driven Applications, author Drew Falkman shows developers how to integrate Flex applications with PHP-based data services. The course demonstrates retrieving XML data from a PHP server with HTTPService, connecting PHP classes to Flex using the amfPHP, WebOrb and ZendAMF adapters, and using the PHP […]

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Oracle E-Business Suite: Business Process Acceleration

Learn how to significantly increase your Oracle Applications ROI and enhance processing within the Oracle E-Business Suite. UC4 Workload Automation Suite delivers faster, more accurate, and more flexible business processing for Oracle E-Business Suite. This White Paper describes how large organizations will benefit considerably from using the UC4 Workload Automation […]

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Integration Appliances: Simplify Software as a Service (SaaS)Integration

Highlights integration issues specific to SaaS and explores three integration approaches to solving these problems. To take full advantage of Software as a Service (SaaS), mid market companies need to integrate it quickly with their business-critical data. Until now application integration has been the Achilles heel in getting the most […]

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Integration Appliances: Deliver Application Integration Projects in Days

Appliance-based approach to integration uses ‘configuration, not coding’, delivering projects quickly and simply… What mid market businesses need is a quick and cost-effective way to get their critical applications to work together. Connecting everything from SAP and Siebel to SaaS applications, flat files and Web services in days rather than […]

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Intro to Mashups: Application and Service Integration Made Easy

Outlines the challenges of traditional integration methods and introduces mashups for the enterprise as an advantage over existing methods. A mashup is a service or application on the web that uses content from multiple sources to create a completely new service, such as a specialized portal, aggregate site, or custom […]

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