NeuSwyft Hybrid Integration Platform
Our platform on top of Mulesoft can provide system integrators with the capabilities they need to meet present-day challenges while also providing the flexibility to take advantage of the trends of enclosed in separate components, resulting in reliable solutions that can be customized to meet the needs of different architectures. Components can also be easily added onto the integration platform at a later stage with minimal code or configuration. This can be done with no modification required to the existing system.This unique design in itself makes an integration platform a compelling platform.
The core features of an integration platform allows it to provide a many advantages when implemented as part of a system integration solution. An integration platform is easy to expand. An integration platform allows system integrator to create an application system right way and when a new application is ready, all they need to do to initialize it into the infrastructure is hook it up with the host.
An integration platform is scalable. Unlike other architectures, integration platform functionality can easily be distributed across a geographically network as needed. Additionally, because individual components are used to offer each feature, it is much simpler and cost-effective to ensure high availability and scalability for all parts of the architect.
An integration platform is also SOA-friendly. System integrator that work with companies interested in migrating to a SOA can do so incrementally. Starting with an integration platform, allows these organizations to continue to use their existing system while plugging in reusable services as they implement them.
Our Offerings in Mulesoft
Centrally configure endpoints for messages so that a consumer application does not require information about a message producer in order to receive messages
The ability to determine the appropriate end consumer or consumers based on both pre-configured rules and dynamically created requests
Convert messages into a format that is usable by the consumer application
An ESB provides an easy method to monitor the performance of the system, the flow of messages through the ESB architecture, and a simple means of managing the system in order to deliver true value.
An ESB accepts messages sent in all major protocols, and convert them to the format required by the end consumer
ESB security involves two main components – making sure the ESB itself handles messages in a fully secure manner, and negotiate between the security assurance system used by each of the applications that will be integrated.
While growing architecture tends to provide a bright and foregoing future , there are still some immediate hurdles that require system integrators to build more flexible solution.This agility can often be found in well-developed ESBs; Mulesoft being the most widely used due to its lightweight design and ease-of-use. Mulesoft provides a solid foundation for future growth, enabling system integrators to create scalable solution that will overcome the challenges ahead.
With anytime Platform and Studio, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience that eliminates the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Connecting enterprises and unifying business processes across applications, data sources and APIs. Anypoint Platform enables a path to the future of enterprise , no matter where an organization is along the continuum toward the cloud. The platform includes open source Mulesoft; CloudHub integration platform as a service (iPaaS); the newly released APIkit, Anypoint Service Registry and Anypoint API Manager; APIhub, the #1 platform for driving the API ecosystem; as well as Mule Studio, a single graphical development environment for developing integration applications either on-premise or in the cloud.