Syndication

Syndication

Synchronize and consolidate information across applications and sources.

Protect

Protect

Increase security by using an authorization policy framework, which acts as the gatekeeper for access to protected resources, evaluating API requests that come through the Platform.

Stay Current

Stay current

Ensure that event subscribers get the latest and greatest data using the pub-sub model.

Syndicate

Syndicate

Syndicate profiles and authorizations across applications with advanced provisioning capabilities.

Features

Event source hub

Pub-sub model for app-to-app data synchronization – where a change in data triggers and event and subscribers to the event get the latest greatest data.

Provisioning

Syndicate profiles and authorizations across applications.

Composite service creation

Service syndication implies that services don’t act in isolation. They interact and operate in concert with other services. Smaller, lower-level services may aggregate to form a composite service which provides a composite unit of functionality to the consumer. Custom App Protocol Service (CAPS) along-with an orchestration engine provides the ability to create composite services.

API security and syndication

API syndication allows enterprises to create and manage APIs once, and then syndicate them into various internal and external developer communities, each with their own branding, licensing, security and other localized attributes. Token service can be made available to other services for authorization, JWT (JSON Web Token), Oauth, OpenID Connect (Oauth+SAML).

Authorization policy framework

Operations console to view messages, metadata, routing and control information, before and after transformations, command acknowledgements, detailed timestamps for all processing steps and root cause and traces of failed messages. Messages are stored online for 15 days, and offline for 6 months.

Routing and Orchestration

Routing and Orchestration

Robust enterprise service bus to transfer, route, prioritize and orchestrate messages.

Transformation

Transformation

Flexible transformation of message payloads across document types, data formats and protocols.

Integration

Integration

Enterprise adapters to ingest and publish data from/to third-party data stores and enterprise systems.

Syndication

Syndication

Synchronize and consolidate information across applications and sources.