Why your service might not need queues – ours didn’t

Why your service might not need queues – ours didn’t

Recently we stopped using queues inside the Flowgear platform. This is how our technology evolved, what we have learnt, and how we have improved it.

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iPaaS integration platform-as-a-service – an update

iPaaS (integration platform-as-a-service) was a term first coined by Gartner in 2011, and later clarified in a January 2014 magic quadrant. iPaaS has evolved since that time, here is an update on where it is now.

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Storm Distribution implements Flowgear to integrate its order management and stock integration with a new logistics supplier

Storm Distribution needed a solution to integrate their Sage accounting system with a third-party warehouse management system, and to streamline electronic order processing.

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Core Group selects Flowgear to integrate its systems with an international consumer electronics supplier

Customer technology retailer, Core Group, needed to integrate its ERP system to the APIs of an international consumer electronics supplier.

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EventBooking.com selects Flowgear to improve the integration capability of its event booking and venue management tools

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) vendor EventBooking.com integrated their application suite with multiple outside systems using the Flowgear integration platform

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How to overcome the challenge of integrating SaaS software

Integration between SaaS apps and other cloud and on-premise apps can be a problem for onboarding SaaS software. Here’s how to reduce the costs and effort of integration so that onboarding SaaS and its ROI can be achieved quickly

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Attention citizen integrators! How to access data from an API without coding

A citizen integrator is a business user who can create integrations between applications using development environments that the IT department provides. This blog post describes how a citizen integrator can access data via an API for data integration without coding, using Flowgear.

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Are you paying for empty hours in your integration project?

‘Empty hours’ describes work done by technology consultants that don’t add any value to the customer. Whether you are a developer, systems integrator, or customer, empty hours on an integration project is work that could be done quicker and better with a modern integration solution. These days the ease and affordability of cloud-based integration solutions makes custom coded integration invalid and out-of-date.

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Keenondots gives its resellers the cloud service solution they need using Flowgear to integrate disparate systems

Dutch Cloud Automation Platform provider Keenondots integrated the Odin Service Automation with Autotask IT Business Management software using the Flowgear integration platform and professional services.

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What CIOs should look for in an application integration platform

For CIOs and IT managers, digital transformation means overseeing the implementation of a whole range of new systems, each with its integration challenges. What are the issues that CIOs and IT managers should be considering when they evaluate integration solutions?

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