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End-to-end Integration with IBM Sterling B2B Integration and Managed File Transfer solutions

An IBM Redbooks publication


Published on 21 July 2012

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ISBN-10: 0738436925
ISBN-13: 9780738436920
IBM Form #: SG24-7992-00

Authors: James Ballentine, Claudemir Braghirolli, Vasfi Gucer, Rahul Gupta, James B Herry, Richard Kinard, Gianluca Meloni, Bala Sivasubramanian, Eduardo Ribeiro de Souza, Frank Strecker and Gang Yin

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    Across numerous vertical industries, enterprises are challenged to improve processing efficiency as transactions flow from their business communities to their internal systems and vice versa, simplify management and expansion of the external communities, accommodate customer and supplier preferences, govern the flow of information, enforce policy and standards, and protect sensitive information. Throughout this process, external partners must be on-boarded and off-boarded, information must flow across multiple communications infrastructures, and data must be mapped and transformed for consumption across multiple applications.

    Some transactions require synchronous or real-time processing while others are of a more periodic nature. For some classes of customer or supplier, the enterprise might prefer a locally-managed, on-premise solution. For some types of communities (often small businesses), an as-a-Service solution might be the best option. Many large enterprises combine the on-premise and as-a-Service approach to serve different categories of business partners (customers or suppliers).

    This IBM® Redbooks® publication focuses on solutions for end-to-end integration in complex value chains and presents several end-to-end common integration scenarios with IBM Sterling and IBM WebSphere® portfolios.

    We believe that this publication will be a reference for IT Specialists and IT Architects implementing an integration solution architecture involving IBM Sterling and IBM WebSphere portfolios.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Introducing the proposed solution architecture

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Chapter 2. Enabling seamless and secure integration inside and outside of the enterprise

    Chapter 3. Connecting with your partners and managing your communication

    Chapter 4. Routing and transforming messages

    Part 2. Scenarios based on the proposed solution architecture

    Chapter 5. Health Insurance scenario

    Chapter 6. Financial Services scenario

    Chapter 7. Supply Chain scenario using AS2 and EDI

    Chapter 8. IBM Sterling B2B Cloud Service scenarios

    Appendix A. Additional material


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