AIA Data Integration Patterns
By Angie Wong on Mar 24, 2009
Did you know that Oracle Application Integration Architecture allows you to build both loosely coupled and direct integrations to solve your data integration needs?
When data integration involves either a large batch of records, or very large data, it's pragmatic to consider a point-to-point integration specializing on the movement of data with high performance with a trade-off of reusability.
Point-to-point data-integration in AIA uses Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) to provide you with the best balance of performance and reusability. Through the use of Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) we create highly performant, high volume batch data-integrations with cross-referencing support that is reusable for all SOA integrations
Application Integration Architecture supports the following data-integration patterns.
• Initial Data Loads
• High Volume Transactions with XREF table
• Intermittent High Volume Transactions
• High Volume Transactions without XREF
To learn more about AIA techniques and patterns used to implement large volume bulk-processing integrations while supporting the larger SOA infrastructure, view our white paper: Bulk Data Processing and AIA