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Enterprise Enabler (EE) brings a powerful boost to SOA environments, either as a painless quick-start and ongoing framework, or as a collaborative technology to meld in with the tools companies already have in place.

Leverage what you have started

IT leaders look to Enterprise Enabler to rapidly generate bi-directional or pull/push data integration services, and generate more complex shared processes, without needing to know anything about the underlying SOA standards or requirements. EE automatically packages and hosts the SOA services at a button push.

For SOA services that move data, EE is the quintessential tool. Without leaving the EE Integrated Development Environment you can, for example:

  • Build a federated cross-application integration, including secure write-back to the sources
  • Generate the web service and publish it to your UDDI with a couple of clicks
  • Test and validate from within the IDE, with no need to manage the web services or clustered environment separately

Enterprise Enabler Helps Maximize Your Investment with Added Value

If you already have a complementary SOA solution, Enterprise Enabler provides added value, no matter what the solution is. Among leading solutions, Enterprise Enabler adds value to existing solutions such as Informatica and BizTalk in the following areas:

Automatic Documentation, Auto Discover/Use Custom Source/Destination Fields, Bi-Directional Virtualization, Data Virtualization, Design-time Testing, Design-time Data Preview of Sources and Output, Source and destination schema Change Control, Enables SOA, Federation and Virtualization with Write Back, Metadata Management, Multi-role Team Collaboration, Plug-in External Programs, Reusable Services Repository, Run Mapping Rules In-Design, Run-time Modification by Passing  Process (Global)Variables, Version Control

The Benefits to Your SOA Initiative

The bottom line benefits of using Enterprise Enabler as your SOA enablement tool include

  • Reduced risk. Mistakes are caught up front
  • Reduced development lifecycle
  • Significantly reduced time-to-value
  • No need for participants to learn all the technical aspects of  web services and SOA, REST, or JSON standards

EE does it all so you don’t have to

  • Build :
    • complex federated ETL integrations (no programming)
    • end user aware federated Enterprise Master Services with full CRUD capabilities if desired (no programming)
    • simple or complex processes that have nothing to do with integration (minimal to no programming)
    • Generate web services for any of these (no programming)
    • Host the web service (no programming)
    • Publish the web service to UDDI

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