Fiorano Integration Platform – Key Features

Integration, Choreography and Service Creation Environment

  • Rich set of connectors to integrate, route, transform XML and non-XML data across multiple protocols including REST, JMS, HTTP, FTP, email, and more
  • Graphical microservice creation with support for native services in Java, C, C++, C# and various scripting languages
  • Intuitive microservice-assembly and choreography with a late-binding, runtime-extensible application architecture and flexible exception handling

Powerful Service-Deployment and Runtime Control

  • Integrated event-interception with the ability to pause and resume processes in practice, allowing easy runtime debugging across multiple machines
  • Ability to distribute a process across multiple machines from a central location, without re-engineering the process
  • Configuration-based Integration process composition with little or no coding
  • Centralized web-based console to monitor and manage services and applications

Best-in-Class Performance, Scalability and Reliability via a distributed, Peer-to-Peer architecture

  • Linear, unbounded scalability with the ability to exploit all of the parallelism in an integration process via peer-to-peer event-flows
  • Self-healing application networks with service and server-level Failover for 24x7 availability. No single point of failure or centralized control/data servers

Comprehensive Security, Governance, Lifecycle Management and Versioning

  • Distributed security model with multiple levels of authentication and authorization
  • Controlled deployment of services across network end-points, with automatic "one-click" transitions across the software lifecycle (development, QA, staging, and production)
  • In-built governance for distributed services with centralized policy management

Standards-based Heterogeneous SOA

  • Mediates between multiple protocols including HTTP, FTP, SMTP, JDBC, multiple JMS (Java Messaging) Servers including FioranoMQ, IBM MQSeries and TIBCO, TIBCO/Rendevous, MSMQ and more
  • Visual transformation and mapping tools with support for XSLT, XPATH and Content-based routing
  • Document-centric, REST-enabled SOA with dynamically extensible applications and processes
  • Support for Web-Services standards including SOAP, WSDL and UDDI