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Systems Integration is the application of skills and knowledge of connecting components of an architecture such that it performs its intended function.
 
Systems Integration is the application of skills and knowledge of connecting components of an architecture such that it performs its intended function.
  
 
Integration is broad-ranging and can refer to the connections of wires, to operating software on a mainframe, or integrating data over a network.
 
Integration is broad-ranging and can refer to the connections of wires, to operating software on a mainframe, or integrating data over a network.
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Some technologies like an Enterprise Service Bus or SOA are built for standardising and simplifying integration. However, new technologies are frequently displacing the older methods of getting things done.
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[[Integration Architecture]] speaks of a framework for integrating components. Such a framework is a toolbox of capabilities for testing, load testing, etc...
  
  
 
* [[Software Development]]
 
* [[Software Development]]
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** [[System Modelling]]
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** [[Web Development]]
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** [[Debugging]]
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* [[Enterprise Service Bus]]
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* [[Integration Patterns]]
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* [[Integration Architecture]]
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* [[Technology Architecture]]
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* [[Testing]]
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* [[Deployment]]
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* [[Change Management]]
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==Related==
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* [[Solution Architecture]]
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[[Category: Integration]]

Latest revision as of 20:50, 28 February 2017

Systems Integration is the application of skills and knowledge of connecting components of an architecture such that it performs its intended function.

Integration is broad-ranging and can refer to the connections of wires, to operating software on a mainframe, or integrating data over a network.

Some technologies like an Enterprise Service Bus or SOA are built for standardising and simplifying integration. However, new technologies are frequently displacing the older methods of getting things done.

Integration Architecture speaks of a framework for integrating components. Such a framework is a toolbox of capabilities for testing, load testing, etc...



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