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Camel in Action by Jonathan Anstey, Claus Ibsen

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Chapter 8. Enterprise integration patterns

This chapter covers

  • The Aggregator EIP
  • The Splitter EIP
  • The Routing Slip EIP
  • The Dynamic Router EIP
  • The Load Balancer EIP

Today’s businesses aren’t run on a single monolithic system, and most businesses have a full range of disparate systems. There is an ever-increasing demand for those systems to integrate with each other and with external business partners and government systems.

Let’s face it, integration is hard. To help deal with the complexity of integration problems, enterprise integration patterns (EIPs) have become the standard way to describe, document, and implement complex integration problems. We explain the patterns we discuss in this book, but to learn more about them and others, ...

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