Enterprise service bus, data bus — ESB integration: Mule, WSO2, Talend, Kafka, Datareon. Implementation experience on 10+ enterprise-level projects. Launch of a working MVP in 1.5—2 months - KT.team

ESB — integrations between applications

ESB — integrations between applications

We develop and support enterprise integrations between pay-as-you-go systems

50 streams in 6 months

We developed 50 streams for a large trading holding within 6 months from the beginning of the discussion and collection of requirements to commissioning.

No support costs

No technical support is required after commissioning. We do it well the first time.

200+ successful enterprise flows

using different tools.

If you have a monolith or point-to-point integration, you've faced these problems

When you're inside processes, it can be difficult to devote enough time and expertise to change. More urgent “last minute” tasks require your attention.

1

It is long and expensive to add new systems to the IT circuit

as a result, the company has fewer innovations. You can't choose the best solution because you're limited by time, or the stack, or the instability of integrations.

2

The development team is not engaged in development, but in “extinguishing fires”.

Investigating the causes of the failure requires a highly qualified developer and is not delegated to technical support operators. Developers are burning out, but there are no new values.

3

The architecture has a single point of failure.

When one system fails, another (or several at once) “crashes”.

4

We have to choose situational solutions rather than build the right architecture

It's hard to do something new and right; you'll have to hand it all over, which is time-consuming, expensive and unpredictable.

5

Information in systems is inconsistent

In end systems, data is of poor quality and contradictory, and it is difficult to work with suppliers and buyers.

6

Integrations are inseparable from the product

To fix the integration, you always need a developer for this product. You can't replace the system at will — this triggers a cascade of problems.

7

Endpoint systems are forced to process redundant data

You have a “universal package” that contains all product data. CRM processes inventory every time, WMS processes media files, etc. The systems are overloaded.

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We make integrations that

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They never lose information

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The ESB layer stores the entire message history and data transmitted by systems. Even if the end system didn't receive one (or a thousand) messages, it's easy to recover them with minimal developer involvement.

Integrated monitoring makes it possible to localize errors.

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Easy to outsource maintenance to technical support operators

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ESB is a self-documenting layer with built-in monitoring, built on low-code principles. A technical support operator can easily isolate a problem when it occurs and, using instructions, fix it.

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Quickly connect new systems

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The service bus has rapid development tools, consisting of a large palette of pre-programmed actions, for example:

  • receive/send a message via JSON or XML to FTP;
  • get/send product data from one system, and if the required attribute is not available, “go” to another system for it and then queue it for placement in a third system;
  • copy the existing stream and adjust it to the requirements of the new system

A few days are enough to connect new systems.

To facilitate the connection of new systems, before starting a project, we conduct a pre-project study, plan flows and draw a map for connecting existing and new systems.

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4

Compatible with cloud and on-premises solutions

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Advanced ESB tools have ready-made connectors for working with many cloud and on-premises systems. Even if you don't have a ready-made connector, it's quite easy to create one. The tool does not limit your choice of application type, vendor, language, or framework.

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Safe and controllable for any expert

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All actions with messages are visualized and easy to understand: subject to basic naming rules, any business analyst can quickly understand how integration works and what needs to be changed. At the same time, the integration code can be packaged and deployed in a stand-alone service (JAR or Docker image).

6

They provide integrations with marketplaces

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The presence of an ESB layer in the enterprise's IT circuit makes it possible to simplify the logic of integrations with external systems, for example, marketplaces. Integrations through the ESB layer can be developed up to 16 times faster than code integrations. Changes in internal systems and marketplaces will trigger minimal improvements. The final systems that store information about goods, prices and inventory balances do not have to be modified or complicated.

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Do you need simple, controlled integrations between systems?

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After implementing ESB and applying the right methodology for developing integrations, the costs of supporting integrations are reduced tenfold

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System integration calculator (ESB)

System Integration Project (ESB) Calculator

How many streams will the systems send
Example: The “Product Management System” will send product data. “Order Management System” — about orders. “Warehouse management system” — about the status of the shipment. This is 3 streams.
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Example: The “Product Management System” will send product data. “Order Management System” — about orders. “Warehouse management system” — about the status of the shipment. This is 3 streams.
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100
How many streams will the system receive
Example: The “Warehouse Management System” will receive data on goods and orders. “Order Management System” — about goods and shipment status. This is 4 streams.
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Example: The “Warehouse Management System” will receive data on goods and orders. “Order Management System” — about goods and shipment status. This is 4 streams.
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100
The calculator calculates using an accurate but simplified formula. The scope of work for your project and the final cost may vary. The final calculation will be made by your personal manager.

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Calculation example

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To transfer data between systems, we create a “stream”. Some streams are needed to send data, while others are needed to receive data. Orders, goods, or other entities may be transferred in a separate stream.

For example, on the diagram:
1. The “Merchandise Management System” sends goods. “Warehouse management system” is the fact that an order has been shipped. “Order Management System” — orders. In total, the systems will send 3 streams;

2. The Warehouse Management System accepts goods and orders. “Order management system” — goods and the fact that the order has been shipped. In total, the systems will receive 4 streams.

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Scope of work in the calculator

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Included in the calculation

Additionally

Preparing a map of systems and data flows (SOA scheme)

Preparing the infrastructure for connectors to operate

Development of object logic (connector business process diagram)

Setting up a monitoring and logging loop

Creating connectors for exchanging data for each stream on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Creating connectors (storage - receiver) for exchanging data on each high-load stream (>100 messages per minute) on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Set up to three dashboards per connector within a ready-made monitoring circuit

Over 15 attributes per stream

Documentation on copying integration, reusing, and maintaining

Demonstration of the implemented functionality

Included into account

Preparing a map of systems and data flows (SOA scheme)

Development of object logic (connector business process diagram)

Creating connectors (source - storage, storage - receiver) for exchanging data on each object on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Set up to three dashboards per connector within a ready-made monitoring circuit

Over 15 attributes per object

Additionally

Preparing the infrastructure for connectors to operate

Setting up a monitoring and logging loop

Creating connectors (storage - receiver) for exchanging data on each high-load object (>100 messages per minute) on 3 stands (test, preprod, prod)

Over 15 attributes per object

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