Currently, organizations have focused on the integration of applications, seeking business relationships to flow, in addition to maximizing their swift delivery of a value proposition.
This topic has become very relevant within the business and information technology ecosystem, since one of the benefits of systems integration is to improve the adaptability and scalability of new businesses.
The core business software development function has behaved in a similar way in recent years. The various departments of organizations look for software tools that help to promote rapid growth and obtain optimal business management, which is why they include a large number of tools that allow them to achieve these objectives. However, these tools are regularly implemented without an integration strategy, one that includes each of the areas within the organization, causing an effect on effective communication between them, causing information silos and and lack of exploitation of the technology benefits in a business, such as: automation and optimization of processes, information for decision-making in real time, cost reduction, etc.
There is no doubt that today we live in an interconnected world, with an increasing interoperability between systems, so it is essential that organizations have strategies that encourage businesses to meet objectives and goals in an optimal and effective way.
One of the strategies that can help organizations improve their integration of legacy and non-legacy systems is through the introduction of the use of an ESB.
Today more than ever, we focus on making services easily understood and used by programmers and users, seeking to be adopted quickly. This leads us to want to integrate systems with greater agility, simple, that follow created standards and can be maintained with less effort, that are reliable, flexible and easy to implement. ESBs meet these goals within organizations.
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