Organizing Multiple Integration Segments into a Common Cloud-based Architecture
Overview & Challenge
Have you ever used BI information for planning? Do you know the benefits of having your multiple integration segments organized into a common cloud-based architecture?
Our client, one of the largest logistics providers in Europe, spanning their operations over multiple EU countries and offering their services for over 2 centuries had a goal to organize multiple integration segments into a common cloud-based architecture running on TIBCO products platform, deployed on AWS within multiple independent Docker containers.
They wanted to replace the traditional tightly coupled point to point integration was replaced with a Publish-Subscribe model based on TIBCO FTL and leverages common patterns, component reuse, abstraction, and loose coupling.
Reorganized Canonical Data Models into a standardized data entity as opposed to the existing custom data formats.
Improved system evolution and maintenance, simplified reporting, and unified data structures published on the service bus.
Guaranteed message delivery mechanisms on multiple points ensuring better problem mitigation and zero data losses.
Loosely coupled and reusable cloud-based architecture.
Standardized and well-documented development patterns and additional training materials.
Standardized unit tests and testing strategy that narrowed down the development errors significantly and also narrowed down the component’s testing and delivery time.