MEP Application (API) Management Architecture Application

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Then the Application Service needs to be determined for exampling what type of MEAP application is being used. This could be for example financial, managerial, customer, etc… type of applications. Each one of these applications handles certain type of business processes in order to complete the request. After the Application Service is selected, it passes the information to the Domain Server. Basically it determines what data entities stores the needed information within the system. As well as the workflows and business rules that are needed to be completed to process request. Then finally the client request is send through the Data Access Service to make sure that this data is able to be accessed and provided to requestor. Once this is confirmed …show more content…
Application Programming interface acts as the messenger that takes the client request, and send backs a response. This process is similar to a waiter at a restaurant taking your order, then returning your meal from the kitchen. The kitchen acts as the databases transporting the information to complete the response of the request. A mobile client requests a transaction. This request needs to go through security clearance, to make sure that this user requesting this information can have access to it. Collecting the store data in the cache memory, for developing the transaction into the appropriate representation for the request. Once this is created the transaction orchestrates the right operations for accessing the gateway of the API. This then is sent as protocol to the backend of the system. The API calls the business logic architectural layer to perform the business process request. This request feeds into the Database Abstraction layer that connects and then gathers information from the Database. Once this is complete, the response to the request is sent all the way back thru the system to the mobile …show more content…
Interface Management securely opens and managed enterprise data and applications that are need to fill a request. It offers a range of functionalities, such as; transforming data to fill the request, filtering data to collect the right information, combining different sets of data stored in different enterprise systems, transporting the data by translating the protocols between the request and the database, controlling traffic amongst multiple request from multiple users, and overall routing the requests to the right areas of the enterprise system to develop a response that can be sent back to the client. Development Management engages, educates, and empowers internal and external developers. It has functionalities that suit the developer needs by providing an onboarding training process, a plan management system, collaborating amongst developers, a consistently updated API discover, and Analytics for testing future APIs. Operations management is the manage lifecycle and performance operations functionalities. It evaluates performance on how exactly APIs are performing within the system, develops reports for investigating APIs, allows a staging process to be set up for testing APIs ability to interact within the system, and over all help migrates versions of APIs easily into the system. Identity

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