Backbase Enterprise Integration Framework
Become more agile,
Become more agile,
A modern, digital banking architecture is crucial in achieving swift time to market with digital touchpoints that your customers will love. However, without clear, defined integration with back-end services, customer data cannot be sourced, and the architecture is undermined.
If these back-end services are not enabled via APIs, you might be tempted to postpone your digital transformation project. You might instead focus on an expensive core transformation project that’s high risk and low value in terms of delivering tangible results to your customers.
Fortunately, with the Backbase platform, you don’t need to do this.
You can kick-start your digital transformation with reduced dependency on API availability. Any type of existing system can be easily integrated through Backbase Integration Services, an Enterprise Integration Framework leveraging Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) for integration with all types of Data Services or Direct Integration patterns (e.g., HTML/API/Custom).
The Integration Services provide guidance and acceleration in Enterprise Integration Patterns. They are accepted solutions to recurring problems within a given context, and accelerate the integration between the Backbase Platform and your IT landscape.
Integration Services makes the Integration APIs available to the Omni-Channel Customer Experience, driven by Widgets.
· Delivers the Data Abstraction Layer to cater for a loosely coupled architecture.
· Over 80 out-of-the-box Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP).
· Supports Data Integration and HTML/Custom Integration, covering any type of integration possibility.
· Leverage and reuse your existing investments through Integration.
Integration Services is responsible for communication between back-end systems, third-party services and front-end widgets. It’s built on top of the Apache Camel framework and brings benefits such as centralization, security, component reuse, and leverages a large number of standard Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP). Integration can be based on Data APIs, existing HTML or custom patterns.
For data integration, Integration Services provides access to a wide range of interfaces, from low-level (HTTP, FTP etc.) to high level (SOAP, REST, JMS, etc.).
When the service doesn't expose a proper API (e.g., SOAP or REST interface), a HTML or custom integration pattern is needed. Therefore the Backbase Platform ships with the relevant capabilities to integrate with any type of underlying existing systems, or third-party systems.