What is SeeBeyond? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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SeeBeyond makes integration server software for enterprises and was a pioneer in marketing an enterprise application integration (EAI) product. An integration server allows a company to mix packaged applications, custom software, and legacy programs together at the same time on a network. SeeBeyond bases their E-Business Integration Suite on the message-bus model, which connects the different applications to a common backbone. Application adapters must be installed on all integrated applications before they can connect to the backbone. SeeBeyond competes with Tibco, Vitria, and webMethods among others.

This was last updated in August 2009
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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