TIBCO Enterprise Application Integration Solution_Datasheet

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Most businesses activities involve multiple applications and information sources, so incompatibilities between these systems can cause delays and errors that prevent companies from achieving real-time business. The key to increasing operational efficiency and maximizing the individual value of these systems is ensuring that they can communicate and interact in real-time. TIBCO’s Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) solutions leverage technologies such as Java, Web Services, and TIBCO's own high-performance messaging software to break down barriers between incompatible and distributed applications and databases. TIBCO EAI solutions dynamically transform and intelligently route messages and documents so they get to the right place, at the right time, and in the right format. The Right Tool for the Job, Every Time TIBCO EAI solutions include a wide variety of technologies for every integration scenario. In addition to its own implementation of Java Message Service (JMS) and support for Web Services, TIBCO provides an innovative and trusted messaging software. TIBCO EAI solutions enable synchronous and asynchronous communications using publish/subscribe, request/reply, broadcast and multicast communications, and a wide range of delivery verification and encryption options. Integration of Other Technologies
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '08 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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