Five Steps to Creating your Hybrid Integration Strategy.
Need to integrate systems on-premises, in the cloud or in a hybrid combination? Gain the flexibility you need with Software AG’s webMethods Integration Platform.
This proven, pre-integrated software suite features the market-leading Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) so you can rapidly integrate systems, services, devices, processes and data to improve mission success. Leverage IT investments and adopt new technologies quickly and with less risk and redundancy. Our webMethods platform can integrate virtually any system or application, including SAP®, Oracle®, mainframe legacy systems and even custom code—no matter where they reside, on-premises, in the cloud or in a hybrid combination.
By using webMethods, you can eliminate redundant data entry, avoid costly point-to-point integrations and assure access to the latest, most relevant information for accurate, agile decision-making.
Custom, packaged and mainframe applications and databases can all interoperate and exchange information easily using the webMethods Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
Reduce time and cost to integrate new applications by eliminating complex point-to-point connections.
Re-use existing assets and build new applications faster without jeopardizing quality.
Reduce the time, complexity and cost of delivering data and analytics initiatives built on Hadoop® and NoSQL platforms. With the webMethods Big Data Gateway, you can extract and load any data—structured and unstructured—from any source—on-premises and in the cloud—and transform it as needed for consumption by internal and external users. Open new channels by using it as a scalable API layer for securely exposing data for analytics and third-party consumption.
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Provision back-end data and capabilities to power enterprise mobile apps in a secure and well-managed fashion.
Expose APIs to third-party developers to build new applications reaching new customers.
Ensure single version and reference data consumed by enterprise applications.
webMethods includes best-of-breed technology rated highly by independent analysts such as Gartner and Forrester. It includes the following key capabilities all of which leverage a common IDE, installer, run-time, and admin and monitoring tools:
A proven implementation methodology called Prime for Enterprise Integration for implementing webMethods products. Prime provides a solution-centric methodology, consisting of:
You can execute detailed work steps and generate predefined deliverables by drawing from an inventory of assets, including best practices, guidelines, tools and templates.
You can achieve maximum project success at the lowest cost with implementation services that focus on planning, building and operating an integration platform with webMethods. Leveraging our expertise, you can implement a pilot project in 30 days and be in production within 90 days.
Today’s Digital Enterprises run a wide range of systems and applications for their business. Integrating these on-premise and cloud applications poses a huge challenge as the systems are built on different technology platforms. Connecting, integrating and interoperating with packaged, homegrown and cloud applications is one of the most critical business requirements and a complex IT challenge.
APIs are a new distribution channel for products and services, which involves exposing APIs to external partners. Companies need mechanisms to manage the entire process of planning, designing and developing APIs and securely exposing APIs to external developers and partners. To effectively execute on the API strategy, they also need services mediation and visibility into execution.
Enterprises rely on business partners for products, services and several other mission critical functions. Exchanging B2B data securely and reliably with large number of partners is critical to enterprise’s agility and competitiveness. Additionally, taking control of large volume of files being exchanged internally and externally with partners becomes essential for security and performance reasons.
Applications own data but there are overlaps in terms of data-sets they own. This results in several versions of the truth and requires data be reconciled, cleansed and then synchronized as needed. Inaccurate data results in erroneous transactions raising the cost of doing business. By establishing a single source of trusted data, the cost and impact to business can be minimized.