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Enabling distributed enterprise integration with WebSphere and DB2 Information Integrator

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3 Author(s)
C. M. Saracco ; IBM Software Group, Silicon Valley Laboratory, 555 Bailey Ave., San Jose, CA 95141, USA ; M. A. Roth ; D. C. Wolfson

Information technology architects increasingly find themselves searching for better ways to access, integrate, and leverage their information, applications, and business processes. Information integration, in particular, is critical to the community of Web-based businesses, as firms that are able to leverage their information resources most effectively are best positioned to emerge as leaders in their industries. In this paper, we explore how companies can solve this complex business challenge by extending the reach of WebSphere® technology with DB2® Information Integrator (II). DB2 II offers WebSphere developers a new approach to coping with diverse and distributed information sources, enabling them to reduce programming costs, shorten development cycles, and attain reasonable levels of performance for server-side components that need to integrate information throughout their enterprises and partner networks.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 2 )