We provide all kinds of Integration to Infrastructure (IaaS), Platform (PaaS), or Software (SaaS) Cloud Service. We have expertise in iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service). We provide seamless integration of Mobile Apps with cloud-based applications ensuring compliance with all best practices, standards, and guidelines.
We have many years of experience in working with APIs of popular data providers like IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Odoo, and the full range of Enterprise Applications. These APIs are frequently updated, and we have to design and build unique flexible systems to quickly change the integration rules without an impact on the downstream systems.
Technology and Architecture
Interface Specifications describe the interaction between two things. Typically this will be interactions between two automated systems, but an interface specification may also describe non-automated interactions. An interface consists of below components:
- the functions it exposes;
- the information/data required; and
- non-functional aspects (e.g., non-repudiation, volume, security, guaranteed delivery)
An API is a technology-specific implementation of an Interface Specification. The API may implement the entire Interface Specification or a subset of it.
We have experience in the integration of multiple applications and data of various technologies and product vendors such as Soap / XML, REST / JSON / XML, RDBMS, NoSQL, HTML, PHP, etc.
Agile Iterative Method
We provide continuous delivery through an iterative approach for design, development, and implementation.
As DevOps practitioner, we help the client to establish the cross-functional mode of working. We use different sets of tools—referred to as ‘toolchains’ to ensure all processes involved in the integration, implementation, and development are adequately covered.
- Coding – code development, review, source code management tools, and code merging.
- Building – continuous integration tools build status.
- Testing – continuous testing tools that provide quick and timely feedback on business risks.
- Packaging – artifact repository, application pre-deployment staging.
- Releasing – change management, release approvals, release automation.
- Configuring – infrastructure configuration and management, infrastructure as code tools.
- Monitoring – applications performance monitoring, and end-user experience.
API Governance is broadly categorized as below
- Planning Governance is about making sure that you are building the right things.
- API Selection and prioritization
- Specification planning and communication
- Development Governance is about making sure you’re building them right.
- Tools, Process and right members
- Operational Governance is about ensuring that what you’ve built is behaving right.
- User Acceptance, Adaptation, and Re-usability of APIs
- API maintenance, update and release management.
- Policy Governance defines and manages policies, associates them with various assets, and validates and reports on policy compliance.
- Document / Code retirement, auto expiry,
- Document / Code access control,
- Report generation on policy compliance