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ambar patil
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Hi,
Can some one pls explain more about this domain.What sort of work is their?How good is it form Java/J2ee developer perspective.what are the companies in Pune that work in this..
 
Ajay Saxena
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EAI is an excellent field.

It stands for Enterprise Application Integration and as the name suggests it deals with cross-platform enterprise level application integration.

Ppl in the EAI domain get extensive exposure on asynchronous communication technolgies like messaging etc, web services and SOA.

I don't know about companies in Pune. In Bangalore, I know about webMethods
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Abdulelah Dandachi
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TIBCO is another big player in EAI. IBM's MQ Websphere is very big with financial institutions.
 
ambar patil
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hey ..
does any body has Adapter development exp in Indian companies?
I want to comapare from learning perspective which is better this or other J2ee project.
 
Prateesh Pandey
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There is also one tool called Datastage TX/Mercator.
Can anybody tell me about future career prospects?
 
ambar patil
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Originally posted by san ban:
EAI is an excellent field.

It stands for Enterprise Application Integration and as the name suggests it deals with cross-platform enterprise level application integration.

Ppl in the EAI domain get extensive exposure on asynchronous communication technolgies like messaging etc, web services and SOA.

I don't know about companies in Pune. In Bangalore, I know about webMethods

[ November 15, 2006: Message edited by: san ban ]


sam you are talking about product development or projects that use tibco or other EAI tools ?where we get more exposure ?
 
ambar patil
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Originally posted by san ban:
EAI is an excellent field.

It stands for Enterprise Application Integration and as the name suggests it deals with cross-platform enterprise level application integration.

Ppl in the EAI domain get extensive exposure on asynchronous communication technolgies like messaging etc, web services and SOA.

I don't know about companies in Pune. In Bangalore, I know about webMethods

[ November 15, 2006: Message edited by: san ban ]


sam you are talking about product development or projects that use tibco or other EAI tools ?where we get more exposure ?Also check your mail I have some query regarding this.
 
Rahul Bhattacharjee
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I am working in a EAI product.I am really enjoying my work as EAI developer , much more interesting than UI work.Many things to learn.
As more and more services are made open these days , integration have a great market.
SOA and web services are the heart of this.I do not think that there are many companies in this field in india.

Exposing interfaces for integration of legacy systems are even more interesting.
 
Kj Reddy
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Hi Rahul which tool you are using? Any idea about JCAPS(SeeBeyond)?
 
Rahul Bhattacharjee
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We have developed our own tools for this in java.
 
Jeevan Philip
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There are different types of work in EAI

1. Adapter development
2. EAI Tool development/enhancement/support
3. EAI implementation expert
4. Integration Architect/spe******t/analyst

The kind of work you do depends on the company and project. Typically in a EAI product company, the first two are the main work. EAI implementation typically require deep knowledge of EAI tools like Tibco Rv, Webmethods, Seebeyond, WLI etc. The last job is more of understanding the integration requirements and coming out with appropriate integration approach based on various criteria.

Jeevan
 
Jignesh Patel
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I found EAI is quite interesting field. Just don't get chance to go into it.
 
rehans oberoi
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hi
Can anyone throw more light on EAI .
i have changed my company . now i have to work for portal.
basically i have to use ibm webshere , soa architecture ,
Oagis , BOD xml format , IBM MQ series , web services , JMS.
thanks
 
Jignesh Patel
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When you work with JMS and SOA with Websphere you end up using MQSeries
which is a part of EAI.
 
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