Application Integration Architecture

Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) is a complete integration solution for orchestrating agile, user-centric business processes across enterprise applications. AIA offers prebuilt solutions at the data, process and user interface levels, delivering a complete process solution to business end users. All of the AIA components are designed to work in a mix-and-match fashion. They are built for configurability, ultimately helping to lower IT costs and the burden of building, extending and maintaining integrations.

What are AIA Conceptual Services

AIA Conceptual Services are developed using Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies. They constitute the service portfolio for the SOA implementation and enable the following:

  • Reuse, granularity, modularity, composeability, componentization and interoperability
  • Standards-compliance (both common and industry-specific)
  • Service identification and categorization, provisioning and delivery and monitoring and tracking

Aarisha and Application Integration Architecture

Becoming knowledgeable and involved with AIA is just one of the many facets of Aarisha's strong alliance with Oracle. Application Integration Architecture is a clear indication that Oracle is responding to customer needs and concerns, by providing an integration solution for customers who prefer to leverage their investment in an existing application portfolio and/or maintain a best-of-breed approach in line with their existing application strategy.

For many organizations that have heterogeneous application landscapes with multiple Oracle applications, this is welcome news. With AIA, Oracle provides the much needed standardization and tools on top of the Oracle SOA framework that many customers desire as they pursue a path to SOA.

Yet, the AIA platforms true value will come in the volume of Process Integration Packs that emerge from Oracle and other AIA contributors, as well as the pervasiveness of the technology's adoption and proven market success.

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