Flexibility forModern Integration
With the advent of microservices architecture, you no longer have to choose between lightweight and powerful. That’s right, have your cake too!
Has your organization utilized a mix of integration approaches over the years? Homegrown, file-based, SOA, and ESBs. How do you take advantage of today’s powerful microservices approach without losing the investments from the past?
Learn more about how each of these components fit together in the diagram below.
Build small and innovate fast. ESBs can become expensive, bloated, and monolithic over time. Avoid vendor lock-in by taking advantage of this modern approach to enterprise integration.
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APIs should be easy to connect with but hard to break. API Manager gives you the visibility and control you need to monitor traffic, manage security, and ensure health across endpoints.
Track long-running transactions and coordinate asynchronous responses into a business process. Workflows continue to listen while preserving valuable memory by putting the system to sleep during the process.
Whether moving to the cloud or on-prem, managing for scale and high reliability is difficult and expensive. Ah, sweet relief! We use Docker and Kubernetes to host and manage microservices for you reliably.
Coding is not always the easiest way to capture and enforce complex rules or business logic. With this rules engine framework, business users can write rules – helping you scale your developer resources.
If API Manager is the gateway, IAM is the security guard. Setup, authenticate, and control permissions from one easy-to-use portal.
Just the way they sound. Translate various industry standards and data structures into more commonly used formats that facilitate transformation.
API connectivity is more common than ever. But what if that isn’t an option? Our connectors come with out-of-the-box connectivity to external resources and systems.
PortX is an end-to-end Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS). In each area above, our engineers have curated solutions from best-of-breed, open source technologies.
Architectural decisions from the past shouldn’t define your organization’s future. PortX also works with today’s other leading ESBs such as Apache Camel, MuleSoft, WS02, and more.
Developers are scarce. PortX provides a no-code solution that unlocks these capabilities for business users too. No-code if you don’t need it, code when you want it.