Comment lines by Scott Simmons, Evolving approaches for connectivity and core banking systems

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Scott Simmons

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: July 22, 2009

We are witnessing a transition in core banking implementations as banks move from a tightly-coupled line-of-business application architecture toward adopting an SOA-based approach to solution implementation. Additionally, these changes in solution design are being reconciled with an evolution from an integration-centric approach based on traditional messaging technologies to a more open service-based architecture based on Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) patterns. This article illustrates some of the ways that banks are implementing connectivity in this evolution, and describes some of the key patterns that are emerging to support coexistence between current and next generation banking solutions. This content is part of the IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal.

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