Integration as a service in cloud computing

18.10.2016 - 5 minutes read

Best cloud integration services DSYNC 01-300x250 (1)Integration as a service in cloud computing: Software as a service or sales adoption rates are increasing all the time. Today’s businesses are using cloud applications more and more.  SaaS adoption is growing because cloud based SaaS applications are very simple and in most cases easy to implement. Most technology companies make it easy to deploy cloud applications compared to deploying on premise software. But this also can create further challenges as it is easier to create multiple data silos.

 

 

DSYNC is an IPAAS platform that can connect multiple applications at the same time.

 

 

Today’s businesses require new applications to be integrated with existing applications and on premise applications. Cloud integration should be as simple as connecting one system to another however as programs are written in different languages and there are so many different attributes a good transformation engine like DSYNC can help. Another challenge facing CIO’s and developers is the time it takes to perform system integration functions. CIO’s really need to integrate applications in a matter of minutes not months.

Cloud integration Services DSYNC 02-300x250What DSYNC have discovered is that many companies have experienced middle-ware integration problems. Point to point middle-ware integration can be very challenging. IT teams are beginning to understand various integration options and are exposing the challenges of point to point (one to one) connections.

 

 

 

Another challenge facing tech teams is the amount of training required to learn integration products. Developers often need to be trained on how to use middle-ware and the limits of the integration technologies. This is where DSYNC is different as our dashboard is completely drop and drag enabling developers to spend more time on the business and less time integrating.

Poorly constructed middle-ware can result in a lot of manual development effort, which increases cost and time to market.  The solution is DSYNC integration platform, which integrates applications across both cloud and on premise.  It simplifies connectivity between key enterprise applications like Salesforce integration, Unleashed integration, Netsuite integration, Magento integration, Pipedrive, Woocommerce integration , Mailchimp integration and other third SaaS and on premise applications.

With DSYNC integration platform, companies get fast reliable data exchanges between critical business applications. DSYNC enables developers and IT consultants to concentrate on the tasks of integration without actually writing code. . In fact no hand coded integration is required when utilizing one of DSYNCs ready-made connectors. In addition companies get enterprise grade security and governance capabilities.

DSYNC Integration as a service platform comes with a library of adapters for easy business integration.  This means you can integrate your applications faster thereby increasing your business agility.

DSYNC’s system integration platform gives you an intuitive point-and-click experience to create your integrations. The application can be used with a wide range of verticals ranging from banks to retailers to healthcare.

Let’s look at the development life-cycle for integration with DSYNC. The first step in integration design is to identify the applications you want to integrate and then configure the connection details for these applications. You do this by selecting your required connector from our dashboard library. To view our pre-built adapters please visit our library or suggest a connector via our contact page.

After your connections are in place, you create integrations by dragging and dropping these connections into the DSYNC dashboard. You use the mapping engine to tell DSYNC how to map data between your applications, then you ready to activate, test and use your integration.

To see how well your integrations are running you use the “status” section on the dashboard.  Here you can pinpoint bottlenecks, monitor errors and see details for each running integration. Thank you for reading our article on Integration as a service in cloud computing.

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