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Companies comprise a variety of software applications to carry out their business activities. A recurrent challenge is how to make them interoperate with each other which is usually handcrafted, which is a tedious task that increases integration costs. Enterprise Service Buses range amongst the most popular solution to reduce these costs, and they allow to implement integration solutions by means of one or more layers between software applications and business processes. In this paper, we present a framework for information extraction that allow to wrap information from different web sources and to generate linked data. Furthermore, we survey a number of approaches in the bibliography to build Enterprise Service Buses in the context of semantic-web technologies, which comprise RDF, RDFS, OWL, and SPARQL languages. Finally, we conclude that, thanks to linked data, we may integrate software applications with other applications that generate and/or consume these linked data.