Bring order to the chaos of your system traffic by implementing an Enterprise Service Bus.
Not investing in an ESB will cause the organization to:
Waste resource time and energy fixing brittle point-to-point connections
Struggle to manage the messages flowing between applications
Be unable to access accurate data in a timely fashion
Implementation of an ESB into an application environment will:
Create an integration environment that is easier to manage
Enable the integration environment to scale to accommodate changes in messaging volumes and new technologies
Support new use cases for application and system integration
Module 1: Launch an ESB Selection Project
Identify the benefits and fit for ESB technology for the organization.
Create the project plan for an ESB selection project.
Conduct an inventory of the organization’s integration environment.
Evaluate architecture needs and make critical architecture decisions.
Identify ESB and integration use cases for the organization.
Key Benefits Achieved
Objectives for an ESB solution.
Case for an investment in ESB technology.
Identification of roles and responsibilities.
Mapping of integrations and documentation of services.
Creation of architecture and governance guiding principles for an ESB.
Architecture Reference Model.
Identification of ESB use cases.
Plan the steps and components of an ESB procurement project
Completed project plan ready for business approval
Evaluate the integration environment of the organization
Evaluated and documented integration environment
Make critical architecture decisions
Documented architecture decisions
Model a reference architecture
Completion of a product-neutral reference architecture
Evaluate ESB use cases
Identified fit for ESB use cases
Module 2: Plan the Procurement and Implementation Process
Review the ESB Vendor Landscape vendor profiles and performance.
information from your inventory assessment and architecture evaluation to
create the requirements for your ESB RFP and evaluation process.
Key Benefits Achieved
understanding of the ESB market (vendor offerings and functionality).
package that aligns with the business’s environment and future needs.
Evaluate the ESB market
Identify the business’s ESB requirements
ESB requirements package
Plan next steps in the procurement process
Framework for evaluating ESB vendors
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