Cloud-based EAI

Minimize your EAI workload: industrialize integration in the cloud

Making information available to your business in the most efficient way, that’s the primary goal of Enterprise Application Integration (EAI). Why adopt EAI? Connected enterprises, with integrated systems to easily communicate data, are in a far better position to compete against less collaborative, less agile competitors.

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Hybrid connectivity, please.

Many companies have a distributed environment with various applications running in different data centers, sometimes even across continents. Companies moving towards SaaS applications create hybrid connections. Centralizing all connections in a secure and always available cloud platform, helps you to seamlessly set up the integration processes. Integration Cloud acts as your dedicated Enterprise Service Bus, and helps you integrate your SaaS and on-premises applications most efficiently and future-proof. 

Why use Integration Cloud for EAI?

Why EAI?

  • Collaborating within your company and with third parties was never this easy
  • New connections are set up in no time, providing you with ultimate business agility
  • Real-time data is available within the company, helping you to further improve your customer service through more prompt and accurate responses to customer demands
  • Transparent processes for anyone
  • Reduced integration costs, forecastable and a fast return on investment

Why EAI with Integration Cloud?

  • A wide set of hybrid connectivity options is available
  • The Integration Cloud Connector connects any application with the cloud
  • All connections are set up future-proof
  • Loosely coupled, distributed processing capabilities are foreseen
  • You can easily expand cloud-based integrations – as in plug and play
  • Benefit from fully maintained and monitored integrations
  • Cloud-based EAI is perfectly fitting the needs of distributed environments

Real life cloud-based EAI examples

MDM: Keep your customer data in sync

Master Data Mangement Integration Cloud

  • CRM systems manage customer details
  • ERP stores customer data for orders and billing
  • Integration Cloud keeps changes in either application in sync

What happens when stock is low? 

Stock Management Integration Cloud

  • The operator issues an item request in the inventory application, which sends the request to Integration Cloud
    • for message conversion to CSV
    • for rooting to FTP (input for ERP)
  • Operator imports CSV in ERP, creates the purchase and produces it in CSV format
  • Integration Cloud picks up the CSV file, transforms it to a signed PDF and e-mails it to the fulfilment application that orders the items

In this example, each application communicates with Integration Cloud using a different protocol. Notice that no single application is aware of the complete business process. The business process, along with the intelligence required to coordinate all of the parts, is implemented in Integration Cloud.

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