Speed up your integration project
Connect applications regardless of whether they are on-premise or in the cloud, without having to add layers to your infrastructure. Start integrating your business systems right now, without having to invest in IT assets.
Built for the Cloud
Unlike traditional integration solutions, Flowgear is a cloud-native platform designed from the ground up to build, adapt and manage application and data integration.
- Requires no on-premises IT infrastructure or assets
- Nothing to install
- Get set up and running in minutes
- Manage everything through a web browser
- Strong support for web API’s as well as previous generation API’s and interfaces
- Accessible internationally from secure, ITIL compliant data centres in the USA, Europe (Microsoft Azure data centers), and Africa
No Software Development
Define integration workflows and processes visually.
- Browser-based, visual design canvas enables users to build and orchestrate workflow elements and accelerate time-to-value
- Descriptive tagging and absence of software code makes it easy for business process owners to review
- Ensures that integration workflows can be understood and revised by non-developers
Flowgear DropPoints™ technology grants on-site applications the ability to securely connect on-premise systems with the Cloud.
- DropPoints™ are lightweight services that download and install in seconds
- Data is transferred between Flowgear and approved on-premise systems through a robust 256-bit AES encrypted connection
- DropPoints™ manage all aspects of communication including security, data compression and even the ability to recover data when connectivity is disrupted
- With DropPoint™technology, it’s as easy to integrate to on-premises systems as to Cloud and SaaS
Two-speed integration capability
Flowgear allows organizations to apply a two-speed (bimodal) approach to the integration lifecycle.
- Start with informal integrations, and implement release management as integrations are formalized.
- Track errors with basic alerts, then progress to sub-workflows to manage error handling.
- Use basic endpoint monitoring initially, set up SLAs later with statistics.
- Allow stakeholders to run workflows on demand, establish APIs for formal enterprise integrations.