Enterprise Service Bus
An Enterprise Service Bus itself does not provide you with a service oriented architecture, but it helps you to build one. The Cordys Enterprise Service Bus is the perfect solution for organizations struggling to build and maintain an effective enterprise IT architecture.
If your IT landscape has evolved into a complex environment that no longer meets your current business requirements, the Cordys Enterprise Service Bus will help you to become agile again. Instead of catalyzing business operations, many IT environments are holding companies back in gaining competitive advantage. As a result, organizations are severely limited by their inflexible and expensive IT environments.
Cordys Enterprise Service Bus Facilities
Cordys ESB eliminates the "single point of failure" and is highly scalable
Traditional ESB implementations have emerged from Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) by adding web services and Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) on top of this existing MOM infrastructure. In a hub-and-spoke architecture, all back-end systems (spokes) rely on the hub to communicate with each other and any hub failure causes the entire integrated system to fail. In addition, any back-end systems can potentially overload the hub, making it necessary to augment the hub with additional computing power.
Cordys ESB does not have a central hub, which eliminates the single point of failure and removes a common performance bottleneck. The Cordys ESB uses bus as an architecture and 'peer-to-peer' as the communication paradigm. This unique technology enables every service as a loosely coupled, distributed service on a bus, with the associated benefits of granular fail over and scalability.
Where the Cordys Enterprise Service Bus helps
If you recognize the following challenges and problems, start looking at an ESB in a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) as a solution:
- Re-use of existing systems is almost impossible. Huge sums of money have been invested in both IT infrastructure and applications, but the expected ROI has been disappointing. Leveraging current functionality could help increase the ROI on existing investments.
- Necessary flexibility cannot be obtained. The market requires quick responses to new demands. This means that IT environments need to be flexible as well.
- Process improvements are difficult to implement. So far the IT infrastructure has dictated what is feasible and what is not, instead of the business being in the lead. As a result, the necessary business process changes come around too slowly.
Cordys helps companies overcome these limitations. By using the Cordys Enterprise Service Bus, companies can build an effective, agile and future-proof Service Oriented Architecture. Through its rich set of capabilities, the Cordys Enterprise Service Bus lets you expand your business potential by leveraging previous investments and extending their Return On Investment (ROI).