JBIS is a strategic component that immediately powers software applications with critical integration technologies. Using industry-standard technologies, integration operations are defined through an intuitive user interface. These operations are immediately available via a web-based integration console and an integration engine that guarantees delivery, processing, logging, security and accessibility.
Expert developers ship software that already has integration capabilities built in. Enhance the capabilities of your application by quickly connecting with the existing software of your customers using a component from JNetDirect, the industry leader in software components for expert developers.
- Define integration in terms of self-documenting "business touchpoints" with an HTML interface.
- Rebrand integration as a feature of your application.
- Quickly incorporate new integration features directly into your application.
- Lower deployment costs.
- Increase per-sale revenue.
No Architectural Dependencies
Self-contained integration component allows low cost connection of different systems without relying on external platforms such as application servers.
Finite Integration Definitions
Your development team defines specific integration operations that are immediately available to your customers via a web-based integration console.
All integration operations are guaranteed to be processed by connected software applications, even if the entire operating environment suffers an outage.
Managed Database Commits
Heterogeneous two-phase commits ensure that data in disparate applications remains synchronized.
Lower support costs by enabling engineers to precisely pinpoint what errors occurred and why. This value-add is available to customers of your application as well.
Both data encryption and role-based nonrepudiation are provided as simple server-side configuration selections.
Enterprise Integration FeaturesEnterprise Integration Features
With JBIS, you can quickly embed the important integration capabilities your applications needs for reliable, cross-platform integration with other software systems:
- procedural abstraction web services
- code generation (Java, VB.Net and C#)
- guaranteed message delivery
- cross platform (J2EE and .Net) interoperability
- heterogeneous two-phase datasource commits
- secure communications
- logged transactions
- integration reporting scheduling
- aggregation and distribution
- role-based security
- rapid development and testing
- active deployment