integration

ADAMOS Integration On-Premise

ADAMOS Integration On-Premise addresses the critical need of providing a robust and scalable solution for integrating both applications and systems hosted on-premise and in the cloud. It features codeless application integration based on its graphical development language and powerful adapter framework promising ease of use, short implementation cycles and a fast time to market.

 

Adapter Framework

The integrated adapter framework comes with about 30 out-of-the-box adapters such as the SAP Adapter, JDBC Adapter, IBM WebSphere MQ adapter, or the Apache Hadoop Adapter. All adapters have in common that they hide the native application specific interface from the developer and allow for configuration-based integration. This means no coding for back-end integration and significantly reduced development effort.

Cloud Connector Framework

Like the adapter framework for on-premise application integration, the cloud connector framework provides pre-configured cloud connectors. Each connector contains cloud provider-specific information that enables you to connect to a certain cloud provider and perform operations on the cloud application. So far there is support for over 30 connectors, like for Amazon, Google, Salesforce, SAP, ServiceMax, ServiceNow and many more.

Graphical Integration Development

Within the scope of service and integration interface development as well as data mapping, you can benefit from point and click style, “codeless” development based on a graphical programming language. Integration services can also be implemented in other languages like for example Java and C/ C++. Once individual services have been created, regardless of the implementation language being used, they can be easily composed to higher level service orchestrations by simply dragging and dropping them together and configuring their interaction.

Web Service Support

ADAMOS Integration On-Premise also provides very strong support for integrating with external applications via web services, both using traditional SOAP and modern REST web services. There is built-in support for various standards like Web Service Interoperability (WS-I), Web Service Security (WSS), WS-Addressing, WS-ReliableMessaging, MTOM/XOP, and others. Any service (custom, adapter or cloud connector) can be enabled as a web service with only a few configuration steps.

Comprehensive Data Model Mapping

Data structures can be defined from scratch using a graphical data editor or be generated by importing already existing XML files, XML schemas, DTD files, JSON files, Adobe Lifecycle templates, Microsoft Infopath forms, and SAP IDOCs. In combination with Flow, this allows very convenient implementations of data transformation services.

Messaging

The messaging component of ADAMOS Integration On-Premise allows for reliable asynchronous communication with high performance and low latencies. It supports common messaging patterns such as for example publish-and-subscribe and thus facilitates establishing event driven architectures. It supports a wide range of APIs (JMS and native) as well as protocols with libraries for enterprise Clients. Furthermore the component provides libraries for various backend, web and mobile applications. As such it provides interoperability between a very broad range of applications.

Good to know

Industry 4.0 is all about the internet of things, such as machines, devices and alike, which are equipped with actors and corresponding sensors. However, to create a smart factory in which cyber-physical systems exchange information to automate core production and support processes, the ability to integrate all kinds of applications and systems beyond the usual things is key.

Think about an anomaly being detected by a streaming analytics algorithm. A service technician might be required to further investigate the issue onsite. Consequently, the alarm resulting from the anomaly detection would result in a work order being created in the mobile workforce management system.