No modern application architecture is perfect without a comprehensive integration tier. It is crucial that the services should effectively correspond with each other, and in case when your services need to be modified, the integration between them stays intact. As for IT, we all know well that enterprise applications should not be integrated into the services themselves. That’s how Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) became so popular, and many companies productively rely on it to support their architecture.
ESB allows you to handle disparate data sources in a unified, central location using a common language. A distributed integration takes this approach and cuts it into smaller pieces. You still want to use a common platform and language to write your integration, but you also want to be able to deploy the pieces separately. This is where solutions like Fuse come in. Fuse can also be used to build monolithic ESB’s, but gives you the flexibility to deploy your integration into separate services, something other ESB platforms cannot offer.
For a distributed integration tier, each transformation of data can exist within its own separate service, which can be scaled, edited or removed independently from the rest of the integration. This offers you a greater deal of flexibility in developing, deploying and maintaining your integration tier.
ELT has extensive successful ESB implementation expertise that ensures sustainable growth of your business systems, allowing them to yield business efficiency and opportunities.
Create a new integration without interrupting the source application. It would be a non-stop nightmare if every time you modify the application, the source or target application broke. With a properly built tier of integration, the data transformations stay separated from the source and target, so making these transformations does nothing to those underlying applications.
Deal with all of your company data in one place. Imagine the hassle of searching in your codebase for a certain application every time you must change how that data gets to a different service. That’s the primary idea of an integration tier. Put all those transformations in one place to make them easy to change anytime when needed.
By using popular IT middleware solutions, ELT specialists can deploy your integration in separate pieces, within lightweight containers. It’s possible to reuse components where they may be needed and take down components that are no longer needed. This gives your IT integration solutions most of the same benefits as a microservice-based architecture.
Middleware is software that fills the gaps between other applications, tools, and databases, so the your systems can provide unified services to users. Know more how you can benefit from middleware services we offer.
Communication is the core of a successful enterprise application ecosystem, especially if your applications are created in a distributed manner. The more complex the integration between your systems and services is, the harder it is to fix the failures and create new solutions. This makes it vital to choose an integration solution that keeps it simple.
Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) is what every IT manager keeps thinking about. “How can we deliver our applications and updates on time and with more consistency?” It’s not about how flexible your services are, your integration should be effective enough by coping with those changes.
When all the parts of your architecture are stirred together in the same software, developing and deploying becomes an endless nightmare and fixing errors and bugs looks like a complex web to untangle. A separated integration tier allows you to know where everything is stored and quickly identify where changes should be made.
Reduced cost and increased quality are the key to the middleware integration’s value. By making stumbles easier to resolve and new services easier to add and modify, your organization saves valuable time and budgets.
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Streamline communication between services, modify services of your ecosystem easier, keep concerns separated and decrease cost of integration.