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Data Virtualization and ESB (Enterprise Service Bus)
Data Virtualization and ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) enable abstraction, service-orientation, and reuse of underlying resources. But they also have key differences in focus and methodology that actually make them a complementary fit. Data Virtualization is commonly used to provision "data services" that are consumed either directly by applications or by business processes orchestrated by the Enterprise Service Bus or a BPM tool.  And it is also possible for data virtualization to listen to events and be orchestrated by the Enterprise Service Bus to deliver information. Thus, Data...
Data Virtualization and SOA Architectures
Widely recognized as the foundation of Software Orientated Architectures, an ESB serves as an integration and communication layer between different enterprise systems, the infrastructure that connects business applications and data sources, applying data transformations in the workflow process and orchestrating results. Thus, it may appear that this technology overlaps with Data Virtualization. However, in this paper we explore:
Data Virtualization Unifies Data Access for Actionable BI and Agile Processes
Actionable intelligence is the key deliverable for any BI program. Data Virtualization enables this by providing a unified semantic data services layer on which you can build your BI processes.
Capitalizing on Your SOA with Data Virtualization (NA)
A robust SOA infrastructure is the lifeblood to application and process integration within the organization. However, the SOA stack (ESB, BPM, CEP, and so on) has often not mixed well with the traditional data integration stack – in most cases, data integration has been the ‘poor cousin’ in this relationship. Data Virtualization allows you to easily and quickly create a virtual data services layer to integrate cleanly into your SOA infrastructure – and also support new initiatives, such as mobile and cloud applications.Attend & Get Unique Insights into:
Capitalizing on Your SOA with Data Virtualization (EMEA)
A robust SOA infrastructure is the lifeblood to application and process integration within the organization. However, the SOA stack (ESB, BPM, CEP, and so on) has often not mixed well with the traditional data integration stack – in most cases, data integration has been the ‘poor cousin’ in this relationship. Data Virtualization allows you to easily and quickly create a virtual data services layer to integrate cleanly into your SOA infrastructure – and also support new initiatives, such as mobile and cloud applications.Attend & Get Unique Insights into: