IBM SOA Integration Services - connectivity and reuse helps accelerate the adoption of service-oriented architecture (SOA) connectivity capabilities such as enterprise service business, message brokering and XML data acceleration. This set of services focuses on your readiness and design and implementation of SOA connectivity technologies - technologies that are integrated into a heterogeneous IT environment to create the reusable connections among people, information and business processes needed to create a flexible application infrastructure that can respond to business needs quickly and cost-effectively.
SOA technologies, including IBM WebSphere software, were developed to separate the various elements of applications into individual units of functionality - Web services - that can then be combined in new ways or modified to create new functionality. Creating an SOA infrastructure to meet your business goals can be a challenge for even the most skilled IT operation. IBM skilled professionals can help you move more quickly and avoid the pitfalls by utilising our leading technologies, tools and implementation methodologies.
Part of the middleware services service product line, connectivity and reuse assists you in designing and implementing a flexible service-oriented infrastructure to support an SOA application portfolio optimised for maximum connectivity and reuse. IBM best practices, SOA methods and tools, and proven infrastructure architectures are applied in these engagements. This set of design and implementation services are used to engineer an integrated, reusable application and connectivity infrastructure within the client's existing IT environment:
IBM SOA Integration Services - connectivity and reuse is designed to help you extend and reuse existing assets - applications, middleware and infrastructure - by creating new functionality and leveraging more value from existing assets; identifying assets deserving continued investment and use; and connecting existing assets and new services based on SOA best practices.