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Expandable File Based Integration

Posted by Stephen Copley on Aug 3, 2017 12:17:55 PM

Traditional MFT systems have become outdated. Their limited functionality, accompanied by an inability to scale alongside larger business needs, has paved the way for a new Managed File Transfer workflow that boasts a microservices architecture with containerization.

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Topics: EAI, ERP, Integration, MFT, Microservices, middleware, SOA

Don't get lost in the Data Wonderland

Posted by Stephen Copley on Jul 31, 2017 5:28:40 PM

Data moves fast in today's world. Not only do we need to move data from place to place, but we all want to know what the data is doing, what value it can create, and how it will change with time. Most of the companies around the world who work with data and related technologies are doing the incredible task of analyzing the data and drawing inferences that can help shape a better tomorrow. Never before has the importance of data been so critical to our day to day lives. People are doing amazing work with the data - curing diseases, fighting climate change, revolutionizing transportation and energy, making entire populations more effective and so on.

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Topics: Data Integration, About RoboMQ

Customize workflows with file to API integration

Posted by Stephen Copley on Jul 31, 2017 11:20:47 AM

Introduction

Traditional managed file transfer (MFT) solutions, whether on-premise or cloud based services, are typically good at one thing, performing the core file exchange from source to destination systems and transmitting raw or encrypted file data.

Since MFT came of age in the mid 2000’s, the landscape has rapidly changed toward cloud hosted applications and IT infrastructures have become increasingly diverse and distributed.

What that means is that functional requirements are also evolving. There is more than the simple need to transfer unaltered files from the source to destination systems. Now, the file transfer must perform in-transit processing on the file data itself as records, or events, distributed across your diverse and specialized SaaS and enterprise applications.

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Topics: MFT, SaaS Integration