B2B Integration Concepts and Architecture

Business-to-business (B2B) integration is a buzzword which has been used a lot in recent years, with a variety of meanings. Starting with a clear technical definition of this term and its relation to topics like A2A (Application-to-Application), ASP (Application Service Provider), A2A, and B2C (Busi...

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Main Author: Bussler, Christoph
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2003, 2003
Edition:1st ed. 2003
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a I Introduction to Business-to-Business Integration -- 1 History -- 2 Introduction to Business-to-Business Integration Technology -- 3 Types of Integration -- 4 Classification -- II Business-to-Business Integration Concepts -- 5 Preliminaries -- 6 The Ideal Integration -- 7 Concepts -- 8 Additional Functionality -- 9 Recursive Application of Concepts to B2B Integration -- III Business-to-Business Integration Technology Architecture -- 10 Architecture Overview -- 11 User Interface -- 12 Integration Logic -- 13 Connectivity -- 14 Persistence -- 15 Implementation Principles -- IV Business-to-Business Integration Technology Deployment -- 16 Modeling Methodology -- 17 Advertisement, Discovery and Agreement -- 18 Monitoring and Business Intelligence -- 19 Change Management -- V Integration Standards, Products, Research and the Future of Integration -- 20 Standards -- 21 Products -- 22 Research -- 23 The Future of Integration -- VI References and Index -- References 
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520 |a Business-to-business (B2B) integration is a buzzword which has been used a lot in recent years, with a variety of meanings. Starting with a clear technical definition of this term and its relation to topics like A2A (Application-to-Application), ASP (Application Service Provider), A2A, and B2C (Business-to-Consumer), Christoph Bussler outlines a complete and consistent B2B integration architecture based on a coherent conceptual model. He shows that B2B integration not only requires the exchange of business events between distributed trading partners across networks like the Internet, but also demands back-end application integration within business processes, and thus goes far beyond traditional approaches to enterprise application integration approaches. His detailed presentation describes how B2B integration standards like RosettaNet or SWIFT, the application integration standard J2EE Connector Architecture and basic standards like XML act together in order to enable business process integration. The book is the first of its kind that discusses B2B concepts and architectures independent of specific and short-term industrial or academic approaches and thus provides solid and long-lasting knowledge for researchers, students, and professionals interested in the field of B2B integration.