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integration server

Software that enables one application to communicate with another on an ongoing basis. The foundation of an integration server is a message transport system such as MQSeries. Higher layers of the services an integration server provides are routing and reformatting of the data. Also known as a "message broker." See message broker, messaging middleware, application integration and application adapter.
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Star Analytics Inc, a provider of application process automation and integration software, said today that its Star Command Center and Star Integration Server have been deployed by security technology company McAfee.
Launched in 1986 to provide integration solutions to the automotive industry in Germany, the company today is ranked among the top business-to-business gateway providers by leading industry analysts, and serves more than 7,800 customers in more than 50 countries and more than 15 industries through its flagship Business Integration Server and related products and services.
Two main components make up the SIF architecture: software servers called Zone Integration Servers, and message gateways called agents.
Opalis Software, Inc, a provider of Run Book Automation (RBA) software that integrates and automates IT operational processes, announced on Monday (5 March) certification of Opalis Integration Server integration with BMC Remedy Action Request (AR) System from BMC Software Inc (NYSE: BMC), an enterprise management solutions provider.
Some of the topics covered in the text's 23 chapters include: domain controllers and the global catalog; searching and manipulating objects; organizational units; managing users and groups; printers and shared folders; group policy objects; schema administration tasks; site topology; domain issues; security and authentication; logging, monitoring, and quotas; backup, recovery, directory information tree maintenance, and deleted objects; application partitions; Active Directory Application Mode functionality; interoperability and integration; Active Directory Federation Services, Exchange Server 2003; and Microsoft Identity Integration Server.
Schools at the local district level will now only have to enter data once and it will flow to the applications or departments that need it throughout the entire district: human resources will link to school lunch, to special ed, to transportation, to finance, to library, all through one Zone Integration Server.
Equally, BEA has had limited success with its Java based WebLogic Integration server, with users preferring to use independent integration products.
(NASDAQ:MSFT) has unveiled the newest version of its industry-leading legacy platform interoperability solution, Host Integration Server (HIS) 2004, part of Microsoft(R) Windows Server System(TM).
A comparison of the JCA and Microsoft.Net technologies: Microsoft.NET platform have integration technologies, such as the Host Integration Server ,COM TI and MSMQ; however, these technologies are used only for certain specific integration solutions.
The integration server will also use native Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS) for the first time.
Software company WRQ Inc has launched version 5.5 of its Verastream integration server, a product that is designed to enable companies to reuse host application logic and data in new web applications.
The offering includes the diCarta Contracts application, the diCarta Integration Server and diCarta Enterprise Adapters for major ERP systems, including SAP, PeopleSoft and Oracle, as well as adapters for more than a dozen leading enterprise applications.

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