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The Patterns for e-business are a group of proven, reusable assets that can be used to increase the speed of developing and deploying Web applications. This IBM® Redbook focuses on point-to-point application integration using the Process-focused Application Integration::Direct Connection application pattern for intra-enterprise, and the Extended Enterprise::Exposed Direct Connection application pattern for inter-enterprise.
Part 1 guides you through the process of selecting an Application and Runtime pattern. Next, the platform-specific Product mappings are identified based upon the selected Runtime pattern.
Part 2 presents guidelines on applying the Patterns approach to a sample business scenario and on selecting application integration technologies.
Part 3 provides detailed design, development, and runtime guidelines for intra-enterprise integration solutions. It teaches you by example using IBM WebSphere Application Server V5.0 with Web services, J2EE Connectors, and JMS.
Part 4 provides detailed design, development, and runtime guidelines for inter-enterprise integration solutions. It teaches you by example using IBM WebSphere Application Server V5.0 with Web services.
This redbook was produced by a team of specialists from around the world working at the International Technical Support Organization, Raleigh Center.
Mark Endrei is an IT Architect at the International Technical Support Organization, Raleigh Center. He writes about WebSphere® and Patterns for e-business. Before joining the ITSO early in 2001, Mark worked in IBM Global Services Australia as an IT Architect. He holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Systems Engineering from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and an MBA in Technology Management from Deakin University/APESMA.
Filippo Diotalevi is an IT Professional in IBM Global Services, Application Management Services, in Milan, Italy. He has two years of experience in the e-business field. He holds a degree in Computer Engineering from University of Padova, Italy. His areas of expertise include Enterprise Java programming, VisualAge® and WebSphere.
Wolfgang Dostal is an IT architect in IBM Application Management Services in Frankfurt, Germany. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Physics from the University of Mainz, Germany. His areas of expertise include object technology in distributed environments, Enterprise Application Integration, XML, and J2EE. He has about 10 years of experience in object-oriented technologies. He has also been teaching since 1990, and at present teaches software engineering, object technology and Web-based applications at the University for Applied Science Mainz. He has made extensive contributions to professional journals and seminars on Web services and related topics.
Karsten Elich is an IT Architect in IBM Germany. He has 7 years of experience in the application design and architecture field. He holds an M.S. degree in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Johannes Gutenberg-University in Mainz. His areas of expertise include designing and implementing e-business solutions.
Uday Manginapudi is a IT Architect with IBM Business Consulting Services India. He has more than 13 years of experience in the IT industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering. His areas of expertise include e-Business Integration, particularly EAI.
Wendy Neave is a Senior IT Specialist in IBM Global Services in Australia. She has 14 years experience in application design and development. Wendy holds a Bachelor of Education (Environmental Science) and an Associate Diploma in Computing. She is also a Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2. Her areas of expertise include object-oriented analysis, design and development, Java, and WebSphere.
William Patrey is an Advisory IT Specialist in the United States. He has 9 years of experience in the Information Technology field. He holds a Master's degree in History from Virginia Tech. His areas of expertise include application development, performance testing, and networking. He has written extensively on software testing and performance test tools.
The business interaction patterns framework presented in this redbook, and its application to the Patterns for e-business, is based on the work of:
Paul Verschueren, IBM UK
Jonathan Adams, IBM UK
Thanks also to the following people for their contributions to this project:
Jeff Barrett, IBM Austin
Russell Butek, IBM Austin
Alison Chandler, IBM ITSO Poughkeepsie
Eric Erpenbach, IBM Rochester
Michele Galic, IBM ITSO Raleigh
Robert Haimowitz, IBM ITSO Raleigh
Martin Keen, IBM ITSO Raleigh
Chris Rayns, IBM ITSO Poughkeepsie
Carla Sadtler, IBM ITSO Raleigh
Geert Van De Putte, IBM ITSO Raleigh
Phil Wakelin, IBM UK
Adrian Warman, IBM UK
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