Linking systems and software, and the communication and data exchange between them, is complex and often difficult to control. Systems integration with an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) as an integration layer simplifies the connection of any number of systems, reduces the complexity and allows the data exchange even with different data formats.
Simple integration of web applications through preconfigured interfaces and modules
Orchestration and mediation of applications and systems with message routing and data transformation
Integration layer reduces complexity of the IT Infrastruture and reduces maintenance, admistration and costs
Using an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) as an intermediate layer and distribution platform is an intelligent solution for complex IT infrastructures with many applications. Legacy systems and applications are flexibly connected with each other via ESB architectures; intelligent routings are set up and data transformations carried out. The simple integration without programming effort and the significantly reduced complexity enable communicatons and data exchange between systems, simplify interface management and make system control without dependencies possible.
The core concept of ESB is the integration of a multitude of applications and services via an integration layer in complex IT architectures. The applications are not linked with each other individually (point-to-point integration), but rather are connected to the ESB, which takes over the communications between the applications, the distribution of services and the exchange of data. The ESB architecture reduces IT environment complexity and makes central control and connection of systems without dependencies possible.
Inter-platform communications between legacy systems and different applications
Mediation between Services, controlling, filtering, connecting and organizing of messages based on content and rules
Exchange, mapping and format transformation of data and protocols
Simple connecting of applications and legacy systems through preconfigured interfaces and modules
Flexible structuring and orchestration of services and business processes based on service-oriented architecture
Easy control of processes and interfaces in one central control instance without dependencies
The IT infrastructure is simplified and dependencies are reduced through the use of an ESB instead of point-to-point integration
Scalable architecture and simple plug-in of additional applications through integration layer and cloud technology
Reduced effort for programming, maintenance and care as well as a faster time-to-market