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apacciooutlook | Thursday, December 22, 2016
ROUND ROCK, TX: Dell Boomi announces to offer new services to enhance the efficiency and workflow in IT enterprises. The latest release “integration Platform as a Service” (iPaaS) enables organisations to merge data across applications instantly and in a cost-efficient manner.
New Capabilities of iPaaS
The new iPaaS solution provides an improved user interface (UI) solution to guide and assist customers throughout the platform. It further incorporates feasibility to end-users for deploying and monitoring their integrations. The users can also hide unwanted configuration components and embark space for working on multi-step integration processes.
The iPaaS service is incorporated with pre-built connectors to attenuate the complexity in integrating multiple applications.The “Boomi Process Library” feature in Boomi UI enables customers to access more than 25 pre-built integration processes. The “Integration Pack User Interface” option accelerates the development of custom interface for configuring and managing integration packs. These packs applications can be further developed for embedding with company portals through source code Boomi APIs.
iPaaS for Data Governance and Security Policies
The additional capabilities of Dell Boomi in Master Data Management (MDM) increases management of data across the enterprise. The “certificate management feature” entitles customers to replace a certificate in real-time and further allows to review the status of a changed certificate.
“Cloud adoption is driving a dramatic surge in integration requirements across business applications, as well as creating new opportunities for enterprises to connect with customers and partners,” says Chris McNabb, CEO of Boomi. “This means integration teams are under ever increasing pressure to demonstrate agility and deliver more, at an accelerated pace. With this release, our platform provides organizations with the speed and confidence to better engage their customers and leapfrog the competition.”