Universal integration platform

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A universal integration platform is a development- and/or configuration-time analog of a universal server. The emphasis on the term: "platform" implies a middleware environment from which integration oriented solutions are derived. Likewise, the term: "Universal" implies depth and breadth of integration capabilities that transcend disparate operating systems, protocols, APIs, Data Sources, Programming Languages, Composite Processes, Discrete Services, and Monolithic Applications.

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