eQube-MI Fact Sheet
eQube-MI is a powerful Low-code/No-code integration platform that establishes a Digital Backbone of integrated applications.
eQube-MI is a powerful Low-code/No-code integration platform that establishes a Digital Backbone of integrated applications. It provides a comprehensive and efficient infrastructure for APIs, enterprise application integration, federation, orchestration, synchronization, and migration. In addition, eQube-MI based application integration infrastructure can be readily extended for secure, scalable, and robust information collaboration across networks, partners, suppliers, and customers that are geographically dispersed. eQube-MI represents 'Not only ESB' integration architecture. Based on the use case, eQube-MI can be used to build integration solutions conforming to either ESB type integration or loosely coupled application-to-application type integration or API gateway type integration; hence 'Not only ESB'. It has significant advantages over ESBs or message brokers as the entire integration solution can be rapidly created, extended or updated without having to write code.
A BPMN-compliant Process Designer integrated in eQube-MI enables visual development of interfaces that include process workflows and processing pipelines containing the integration steps necessary for a given data integration pattern. With the Process Designer, all enterprise integration patterns are supported. Processes can be nested, support transaction boundaries, and include manual steps such as approvals and other forms of human intervention. With the Process Designer, interfaces can be readily developed by visually designing processing pipelines made up of activities, gateways, effects, and paths that capture the business logic of an interface and its process orchestration. The highly configurable eQube-TM maps are directly consumed in the MI processing pipelines as 'activities', providing flexibility to the developers to rapidly implement APIs (REST, OData or Webservices). This capability can be used to build OData or REST service layer on top of one or more Enterprise applications (Legacy systems, COTS with old and new versions).