Integrate all applications and data with an integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) solution for accurate and consistent information in realtime
The rapid adoption of digital technology has led to the proliferation of applications and data sources, both on-premises and in the cloud. This includes legacy applications with mission critical data, industry applications and cloud-based business applications, each with different data storage, extraction and consumption needs. Organizations are challenged to connect and manage their data to uncover meaningful insights within this diverse ecosystem of source applications.
Unifying data integration and data management into a single platform, OpenText™ Alloy™ addresses these complexities with flexible and efficient integrations between any system, application and data source.
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What is an integration platform-as-a-service?
Integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) connects all applications and data regardless of their source for seamless data communication, reducing the cost of development, testing, deployment and maintenance of application and system interfaces.
iPaaS includes tools that enable software engineers to deploy, manage, govern and integrate applications and services. The platform supports realtime application integration and provides a consistent model for all data integration requirements, reducing the time and costs spent on subsequent integrations.
OpenText Alloy overview
Alloy is a cloud-native platform that seamlessly connects any two application endpoints—cloud, mobile, device, on-premises—and synchronizes data between them. With built-in data compliance and security, it provides decision-makers with clear, end-to-end visibility across data silos and facilitates realtime information sharing.
Alloy alleviates the constant and growing burden of integration on the IT organization, allowing them to focus on mission-critical and strategic projects that serve the enterprise’s core competencies. Delivered as a managed service, Alloy eliminates the need for one-off integrations and future-proofs organizations from the ongoing changes in integration requirements across data and application ecosystems.
OpenText Alloy features
Flexible any-to-any integration
Connects any two application endpoints regardless of where they reside—cloud, SaaS, mobile, device or on-premises.
Lens data lifecycle management
Uncovers trends and spot errors with realtime, web-based visibility into integration operations.
Modern cloud platform
Leverages the OpenText cloud platform for economies of scale and agility. Multi-tenant and microservices based platform is flexible and scalable to meet the most complex requirements.
Data management and tokenization
Secures data, whether at rest or in transit, with secure protocols, such as AS2, FTPS, HTTPS or SFTP.
Delivered as a managed service
Augments industry leading technology with people and best practice processes to support complex integration requirements. Offloads the day-to-day complexities of application integration operations to focus on core competencies.
OpenText Alloy benefits
Accelerate digital transformation
Consolidate, cleanse and enrich data from disparate sources, reduce process errors and better manage exceptions. Build aggregated datasets to support enterprise-level predictive analytics.
Improve customer loyalty with new business insights
Organically grow a repository of quality data to identify new market opportunities and channels and to improve efficiency for an increased competitive advantage.
Operate at peak efficiency
Consolidate and extend integration delivery capabilities on a single cloud platform. Minimize overhead costs and increase economies of scale.
Ensure end-to-end data compliance
Decrease compliance risk with built-in data compliance for payment card data, personal health information or any other type of regulated data.
Extend internal integration resources with OpenText experts
Improve scalability, speed time to market for new integrations and free internal resources from complex, non-strategic integration work to focus on mission-critical projects that drive revenue and serve the enterprise’s core competencies.
Extend EAI/ESB investments
Balance the need for minimal disruptions and maximum cost savings by gradually migrating legacy EAI/ESB integration operations to the OpenText Cloud.