IBM Integration Bus (IIB V10)—Data Routing and Transformation

Oct 11, 2017 posted by Praveen K. Chhangani under Digital Transformation, IBM

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October 11, 2017

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Business critical systems—off-the-shelf systems, custom-built applications, or software-as-a-service—consist of many logical end points. However, they are all common in exposing a set of inputs and a set of outputs. They also produce and consume data of different forms, custom binary or a standard format like XML, EDI, JSON, and so on. This data needs to follow a particular protocol—TCP/IP, HTTP, or FTP—in order to ensure seamless communication between different end points.

Integration is a buzzword we hear all the time, but what does it really mean? Essentially, integration is the act of allowing these different end points to work together in meaningful ways to accomplish business value. IBM IIB version 10 provides a significant leap forward from version 9 and provides key enhancements in terms of experience as well as capabilities. Join us to see the difference and learn how it may serve you in your Digital Transformation journey.

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