Better understand the current and emerging roles of intelligent hubs and find out how you can use them to effectively build, integrate, and manage various networks and services. You'll find a comprehensive description of the hub applications, architectures, and technologies associated with management systems. The book provides you with a guide for product comparisons and discussions with vendors, as well as useful advice on planning and product evaluation.
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