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Automate Order to Service Fulfillment with Salesforce and ServiceNow Integration

Posted by Jack Huang on Feb 8, 2018 5:38:29 PM

Let’s look at this scenario in a typical day of a salesperson who is taking the order on the phone and dispatching the service requests to the employees or the third-party contractors to fulfil service orders. We see first how this story unfolds without ServiceNow automation and then with an integration in place between Salesforce and ServiceNow using RoboMQ Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP). 

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Topics: Application Integration, CRM, Microservices, salesforce, serviceNow, ITSM

How RoboMQ differentiates from the competition?

Posted by Bramh Gupta on Jan 12, 2018 3:37:28 PM

When you look at the Hybrid Integration Platforms (HIP) or iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Sevice) offerings, there are many platform vendors to choose from.  Here are three key differentitors where RoboMQ stands out from the competition.
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Topics: Application Integration, Hybrid Cloud, Hybrid Integration Platform, Microservices, middleware

MarketsandMarkets recognizes RoboMQ as an innovator in Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP) market

Posted by Bramh Gupta on Nov 29, 2017 1:10:26 AM

November 28th, 2017

MarketsandMarkets a leading global market research and consulting company recently recognized McLean, Virginia based RoboMQ as innovator in their MicroQuadrant on Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP). This recognition reaffirm the road map and the technology direction taken by RoboMQ as an iPaaS (integration Platform as a Service) that aims to seamlessly integrate Cloud services, on-premise applications and IoT devices and gateways. RoboMQ platforms is built on the microservices and container architecture grounds up so that it can be deployed multi-cloud or on private data centers allowing distributed, expandable and highly scalable business workflows that span across networks and clouds. 

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Topics: Application Integration, Hybrid Cloud, Integration, Hybrid Integration Platform, Microservices, middleware, SaaS Integration

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Traditional MFT systems have become outdated.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

Gartner lists RoboMQ as representative iPaaS vendor

Posted by Bramh Gupta on Jun 29, 2017 12:24:14 PM

We are excited to share the  news of our inclusion in "Gartner Market Guide for Application Integration Platforms" published June , 2017. We have been listed as one of the representative iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service) vendors.
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Topics: AMQP, Application Integration, EAI, Hybrid Cloud, Industrial Internet, Integration, Internet of Things, IoT middleware, boomi, Cloud, Container, Docker, Hybrid Integration Platform, informatica, IoT, iPaaS,, iSaaS, jitterbit, MFT, Microservices, middleware, MQTT, mulesoft, REST, REST Adapter,, SaaS, SaaS Integration, SOA

Baking cookies and making Microservices

Posted by user on Jan 17, 2017 12:55:00 PM

Microservices have been getting a lot of attention recently: articles, blogs, discussions on social media, and conference presentations. Everyone has questions regarding Microservices:  What are Microservices? How are they different from Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) or traditional monolithic architecture? What are the benefits of using Microservices over a SOA system? and so on... This blog will attempt to explain Microservices in simpler terms.

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Topics: EAI, Microservices, middleware, SaaS Integration, SOA

Bring Grandfathered Applications into the World of Microservice

Posted by user on Oct 25, 2016 5:59:00 PM

In the modern world of software development, it is accepted that most applications will get more and more complex over time. This creates unique challenges for developers, as they may have to dive into someone else’s ten-year old code in order to make changes while hoping that they don’t break any unique function they cannot understand. Because developers have all felt this pain, the industry has welcomed a new kid in town named “microservices architecture”.

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Topics: Microservices

Microservices approach to processing system logs into real time actionable events

Posted by user on Mar 21, 2016 10:38:00 AM

Microservices approach to processing system logs into real time actionable events
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Topics: Internet of Things, Microservices, SOA

Lego approach of building business applications using Microservices platform

Posted by Bramh Gupta on Feb 21, 2016 4:53:00 PM

Microservices is an evolution from Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) where it addresses the gaps in SOA and continues to achieve the goals of building applications using truly composable services. It is the fitting platform and infrastructure for the cloud and Internet of Things (IoT).  Microservices  is an architectural style of building atomic, autonomous, and fine grained services which are single purpose and perform a well-defined task. These atomic units are what we are reffering to as the “lego building blocks”, and they can be assembled to create complex business applications.  
Fig 1: Wish I could use Legos to build my enterprise applications
Microservices reduce the cost of constructing, maintaining, and scaling all types of business applications. Think of it like assembling the business applications versus creating them from scratch. Microservices offer tremendous component reusability, and are extreme elastic to change.  As business changes, which is the only constant thing in business, you can change the business applications with minimal impact by changing specific atomic component or the microservice.
To adopt a microservices architectural pattern, you break down larger components or services into single, well defined tasks. Later, when you build or assemble a business applications functionality, you stitch together these single atomic tasks to create the desired result. In order for this aggregation to work, the following three key components are needed:
    1. API gateway which creates the entry point for business functionality.
    2. A messaging fabric that provides chaining of Microservices so that it can collaborate and allow creation of complex functionality through simple components
    3. Container technology, like docker, so that the Microservices can be packaged and delivered as independent and atomic units without needing any system dependencies
RoboMQ provides a framework for Microservices by providing a multi-protocol gateway through its ThingsConnect suite of adapters and connectors so that you can build applications using any of the industry standard protocol like HTTP/REST, web services, AMQP, MQTT and others. RoboMQ is itself a truly distributed, guaranteed delivery messaging platform that is available on cloud, on premise or as Hybrid Messaging Cloud. We follow docker container technology, providing you a one stop shop for your Microservices development.
Fig 2: Microservice platform on RoboMQ
We have created a library of fully dockerized connectors, adapters and utility components providing building blocks for Microservices. Build microservices and run them on the cloud, on premise virtual machines or container management platforms like IBM Bluemix or Google Kubernetes with full core infrastructure provided by RoboMQ .
If you would like more information on Microservices or RoboMQ in general, please check out our website or send an email to
For more details on Microservice based architecture, please checkout out the microservices page on our website.
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Topics: Internet of Things, Microservices, SOA

Silicon Review - RoboMQ is a Top 10 Fastest Growing IoT Company

Posted by user on Feb 1, 2016 10:22:00 AM

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Topics: Active Directory, ADP, dockers, Integration, boomi, CRM, informatica, IoT,, jitterbit, M2M, Microservices, middleware, mulesoft, SaaS, SOA