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ved gunjan
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Is EAI(Enterprise Application Integration) and Webservices refer to the same environment or structure.where does BPM (business process management)
comes in to the picture.
Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by ved gunjan:
Is EAI(Enterprise Application Integration) and Webservices refer to the same environment or structure.where does BPM (business process management)
comes in to the picture.
EAI is a problem domain (need to integrate systems) whereas Web services is a set of technologies (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI). The problem of Enterprise Application Integration is often tackled with solutions based on web services. Business process management is simply a more specific kind of EAI problem and is also often solved with products relying on web services under the hood.


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