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# Integration Framework Principles
The list of principles which define AIFORSE Integration Framework is provided below.
## Principles
The Principles are:
- [OPEN API](#open-api) [^1]
- [OPEN ESB](#open-esb) [^2]
## Explanations and Examples
### **OPEN API**
Each of the Application, defined in the Application Framework, must provide Public API, which can be used to integrate this Application into the End-to-End Software Engineering Process.
* **DOs**:
* Git Command Line Instructions - can be easily managed with Automated Scrips.
* JIRA REST API - can be used to automatically report a new Ticket, resolve existing one etc.
* **DON'Ts**:
* Invision - it doesn't provide API, which makes the Programmatic Access to Design Information captured in Invision files impossible.
### **OPEN ESB**
Each of the Application, defined in the Application Framework, should avoid Point-to-Point Integration with all other Applications, defined in the Application Framework, but instead provide an Adaptor to a single Bus, which shall be owned and maintained by a community (free and open-source).
- **DOs**:
- Elastic Stack & Apache Kafka - provides a configurable toolbox, which can be embedded into existing architecture, independent on already existing parts of it, to log software-related operations.
- **DON'Ts**:
- Slack - it provides integration adapters to different tools (e.g. JIRA, Asana, Jenkins CI etc.), but this approach couples systems together tightly and creates excessive dependencies.
[^1]: Not to be confused with [OpenAPI](
[^2]: Not to be confused with [OpenESB](
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