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Cases of ESB integration into the project enterprise-infrastructure
Talend ESB is a universal tool for fast integration of services and applications. Installing and configuring Talend allows developers to focus on the project's business logic, rather than on the complexity of technologies.
Mule ESB is an enterprise service bus that allows implementing integrations with various systems and maintaining data exchange between them with minimal development costs.
Kafka Connect is an Apache Kafka framework that provides scalability and flexibility for moving data between Kafka and other repositories. This framework allows the broker to act as an ESB service bus.
WSO2 ESB is an enterprise service bus that allows developers to promptly integrate services and applications. There are several ways of WSO2 ESB deployment: on-premises, cloud-based, or hybrid.
FM Logistic is an international logistics company that provides warehousing, cargo handling and packaging solutions and supply chain services.
The number of client's projects is constantly growing. It was necessary to find a solution that would speed up the development and integration of new systems, as well as allow managers to perform basic tasks independently, without developers' help.
The implementation of the Talend ESB service bus in the project infrastructure allowed us to speed up integration process by 4 times. Now, instead of writing a code, the developer just configures a job responsible for a specific functionality. Using the Talend ESB, the managers can work independently, without developers' help to perform simple tasks, such as file convertion from one format to another.
The Talend bus allowed saving time on routine management tasks, giving developers extra time for more complex tasks.
Job — a service, responsible for a particular functionality that allows configuring its logic and the operating procedure.
A major retailer, one of the leading Russia's suppliers of medicinal products and medical devices.
The client was aiming at the retail segment, which required a large number of integrations. The existing servers were insufficient for the increasing load, and it was necessary to optimize the website and increase its fault tolerance.
To remove extra load from the site and simplify integration, we decided to implement the ESB service bus. At the development start, we were choosing between the two platforms — Talend ESB and Red Hat Fuse. In accordance with the client's requirements and objectives, our final solution was the Talend. With the help of Talend ESB, we managed to reduce the time for Pimcore and marketplaces integration with the website, 1C and the medications directory.
Also, to expand the functionality and control the Talend ESB operation, we installed:
A major manufacturer and retailer of seating and cabinet furniture, mattresses and sleep products.
For such a big company with multiple information systems, a point–to-point integration is not the best choice. The customer wanted a light data migration mechanism with a simple logic with a sole function of transmitting data from one system to another. At the same time, it was necessary to take into account the company's need for systems' weak interconnection, so that it was possible to remove or replace one of the systems in such a way that other systems were not affected.
To cope with the customer's task, we've integrated Kafka into the enterprise infrastructure of the project. Kafka is a distributed system that allows users to exchange messages and provides permanent data storage capacities.