A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #
API: Application programming interface. This is an interface that allows one application to access the data or functionality of another application.
B2B integration: Business to business integration. This is an ntegration of business systems and applications used by different organizations.
Cloud integration: Integration of cloud-based applications and services with on-premises systems.
Composite service: The ability to compositve services exposed as APIs or events from services or data services, and existing events.
Connector: Software component that connects an application to another application or system.
Data consistency: The ability to monitor or be notified by services, applications, or data sources to enact changes.
Data integration: The process of combining data from multiple sources into a single, unified view.
Data mapping: The process of defining how data from one system is transformed and mapped to data in another system.
Flow: A path or process used to connect content and data between applications to drive integration and data orchestration.
Integration: Process of connecting different software applications to exchange data between them.
iPaaS: Integration platform as a service. An iPaaS is cloud-based service that enables integration of multiple applications and data sources in a single platform.
MACH principles: Acronym that stands for Microservices, API-First, Cloud-Native, and Headless, which describe a modern architecture for building and deploying applications.
Middleware: Software layer that facilitates communication between different systems and applications.
Multistep process: The ability to implement multistep processes between applications, data sources, and services.
Prepacked integration processes (PIPs): Real-time integration: Integration that allows data to be transferred and processed in real-time, without any latency.
Secure agents: Workflow automation: Automation of manual tasks or processes through the use of software.