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The Art of Enterprise Information Architecture: A Systems-Based Approach for Unlocking Business Insight by Martin Oberhofer, Eberhard Hechler, Mario Godinez, Klaus Koenig, Michael Schroeck, Steve Lockwood

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Chapter 8. Enterprise Information Integration

This chapter provides an overview of the eight capabilities of the Enterprise Information Integration (EII) Component introduced in Chapter 5 as part of the Component Model. For each subcomponent, we provide a use case scenario and a Component Interaction Diagram to show how the use case works. We highlight a few new scenarios of EII such as the streaming capability.

8.1 Enterprise Information Integration—Terms, History, and Scope

The fundamental nature of an EII framework for the design of an Enterprise Information Architecture (EIA) must support business-relevant themes, such as Master Data Management (MDM), Dynamic Warehousing, or Metadata Management, for the architecture to satisfy the demands ...

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