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integration middleware

A redundant term for "middleware." The concept of middleware is integration. See middleware.
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However, integration middleware will account for the largest market revenue share by 2026-end.
"Fiorano, a leader in enterprise integration middleware, has been actively promoting its products in Asia Pacific region.
By tidying up the back end, as well as providing a platform to build applications on, integration middleware can help accelerate the delivery of new services to employees and customers.
The report aims in estimating the future growth potential in this booming functional area that includes basic middleware, integration middleware and application integration middleware market.
Communications and integration middleware create an environment where a security operator can work on his or her local desk and on one or more Jupiter-driven display walls.
The software will be folded into IBM's line of application and integration middleware. The deal is expected to close later this year.
"This acquisition will give IBM business partners access to a rich and vibrant trading partner ecosystem," said Craig Heyman, general manager of application and integration middleware for IBM Software Group.
This new breed of service-oriented architecture-based integration middleware applications is known as ESB middleware.
A sampling of topics includes evaluating enterprise integration middleware technologies; improving architectural composability and consumability using communities; isolating mechanisms in COTS-based systems; and reconfiguring workflows of Web services.
"IBM sees growing demand for a broad range of application integration middleware in the marketplace, including open standards-based and open source Java application server technology, especially amongst SMB and departmental users," said Robert LeBlanc, general manager, Application and Integration Middleware, IBM Software Group.
Selection of integration middleware is part of this process, and has some pitfalls of its own.
Netzyme Enterprise Wireless can help do just that with a newly developed enterprise grade, integration middleware that can use ANY language, including Java, C and C++ across ANY platform without protocol barriers making connection to legacy systems a breeze.

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