In today’s Enterprise IT environments many would think that integration is a problem of the past; but is that really true? The reality is that there are still many aspects around integration that present significant challenges.
RTI (Real-Time Integration) significantly cuts the delivery time and complexity of integration solutions. It can do this because of its powerful but prescriptive approach to solving integration problems. RTI comes complete with all the tools you need to integrate multiple systems and provide the workflow process that mediates their interactions.
RTI is well positioned to easily handle a variety of conventional integrations; such as, managed file transfers, Extract / Transform / Load (ETL), and batch processing.
RTI enables companies to realize the benefits of ubiquitous systems integration at a fraction of the time, cost and complexity of alternative data integration solutions.
Model and coordinate complex business processes and system interactions; for example, mobile payment support.
Process, analyze and take appropriate actions to events happening within and across the enterprise in real-time, such as omnichannel inventory management.
Publish, subscribe and broker messages in real-time between multiple parties and seamlessly exchange messages with existing message brokers; such as, mobile app notifications.
All RTI adapters are packaged within the standard RTI installation-set, and are included in the standard licensing. New adapters or enhancements are released regularly.
RTI is an intuitive solution which is rich in functionality, allowing complex mission critical integration solutions to be developed by relatively non-technical resources in rapid timeframes. RTI does not require any conventional coding; solutions are developed using our graphical tools and are stored in readable, pure xml configuration files.
Solutions can be deployed to multiple RTI Agents using the Central Management Console which also provides a federated configuration repository. RTI solution files can also be added to source control systems, and do not inhibit the version control and change difference capabilities of well-known source control systems. They can also be shared using solutions such as Microsoft SharePoint.
Use existing Web Services to quickly compose new abstractions.
Create new connectivity channels to existing applications and plug them into existing EAI middleware.
Seamlessly connect centralized and distributed systems to a federated ESB
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