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Meet Today’s Microservice Integration Architecture

You need speed and maneuverability. Drive innovation by managing the lifecycle of your APIs with a faster, more flexible “micro-ESB” approach.

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Built on microservices

Our parents told us to work smarter, not harder. With microservices, build and deploy applications and APIs in smaller components so that your organization can innovate faster. Mom and Dad will be impressed.

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Deploy in the cloud or on-prem

Highly reliable infrastructure doesn’t take an army! This enterprise-ready integration platform as a service (iPaas) bundles the capabilities of an enterprise integration manager and API management platform. The best part is that we manage it for you!

Modern. Flexible. Fast.

Build integrations once and deploy to a cloud, on-prem, or hybrid environment. Gain the flexibility you need to host solutions securely while reducing latency.

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Today’s organizations must increase their ability to pivot and innovate quickly to meet rapidly evolving demands from the market. An API-centric approach is the most secure way to deploy and update applications when needed.

Automated microservice deployment

PortX automates the process for you. It deploys an API into a staging environment as a Docker image, runs automated testing, and updates your production environment as a microservice on Kubernetes-based ModusKube.

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Scale your team with a modern approach

Engineers are expensive, yes we are

Hiring more hard-to-find engineers and buying expensive, contract-laden software is the old way of thinking. The tools you use should enable your existing team to innovate faster.

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Infrastructure that’s ready to go

No need to build capital-intensive infrastructure from scratch. We’ve done the hard part for you. Modern Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS) gives you the agility to get started right away and adapt to market changes by innovating faster.

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