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Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform - Second Edition by Gregor Noriskin, Dmitri Olechko, Andre Dovgal

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Chapter 10. Data Exchange Patterns

We started our discussion of integration patterns in the preceding two chapters. We considered several architectural patterns to support Enterprise Application Integration. In this chapter, we'll discuss architectural patterns for Enterprise Information Integration (EII).

The purpose of EII is to make data originated in one system available in other systems. The reasons for it may be as follows:

  • To process original data with a different set of tools to achieve a new result; for example, taking data from HR and accounting systems to print paychecks.
  • To create a copy of the original data in order to offload the system while performing noncritical operations. A typical example would be creating daily reports for a ...

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