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Mike Herrick: "I think the only way to make sense of this is to separate the two concepts as best you can. The integration architecture should be the interfaces you expose and events you generate from various large applications or sub-systems. The application architecture should be dedicated to defending the conceptual integrity of that application / sub-system & pushing the integration to the edges."

Makes sense to me. Sometimes I like to say that the real action is in between the boxes.The thing is, if the application is very large, it's either come into existence in one large iteration, or isn't large, but has grown to be large, which means it's possibly a lot of little applications talking to each other...

May 27, 2007 12:12 AM


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