Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) & Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
From small projects to major new business processes, Ensemble’s enterprise service bus (ESB) and support for service-oriented architecture (SOA) provide all the tools needed to create breakthrough solutions in record time, with the reliability your enterprise can count on. Ensemble’s rapid integration and development capability enables you to evolve your infrastructure to SOA by creating new services, service-enabling legacy applications, and integrating them using the ESB.
With Ensemble it is much easier to develop functionality than with any other integration platform I have ever experienced. Thanks to its SOA architecture, what you’re in effect doing is creating new business processes, rather than coding new functionality. This makes doing complicated things relatively simple. After all, you don’t have to change any of the underlying systems in any way – you simply implement new logic.
Ensemble’s ESB is a messaging and event-processing powerhouse because it’s built on the high-performance database technology of InterSystems Caché, enabling your Ensemble-based solutions to scale easily to handle thousands of simultaneous users and terabytes of data. The successful solutions you create will always be able to handle their own success, virtually unlimited in ability to handle increasing demand.
Ensemble is the most efficient platform for integration projects and creation of composite applications because it is a unified, state-of-the-art technology with all the functionality needed for business process management, business rule creation and execution, data transformations, event processing, and portal and dashboard creation. It enables you to rapidly incorporate existing services and applications in new solutions, orchestrate new business processes, automate event detection and response, and integrate data from across the enterprise.
Ensemble is used worldwide as a platform for SOA and mixed technology integration projects in industries as diverse as healthcare, financial services, logistics, energy, government, publishing, and manufacturing. Use the following links for more information on Ensemble ESB and SOA.