ESB that uses SOA

i-Con is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) that uses Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to provide agility and flexibility to enable communication between software components.

Your business has probably been using the same one for years, but it is probably now time to replace it. I-Con is an ESB that can facilitate communication between a wide variety of communication formats and protocols. Its component nature allows for scalability and a speedy turnaround time when implemented. This means that no matter how big or small your business is, you can now afford to implement a high-end middleware application and data integration solution that will keep your business moving forward no matter how fast it grows in the future.

Reasons why you need i-Con
  • You want to implement new services but are limited by your current systems and applications.
  • Redeveloping applications to enable them to integrate with new applications is cost-prohibitive.
  • Scalability. Growth happens, you can’t afford to outlay capital every time your business grows.
  • Flexibility. Your solution needs the ability to change as the market changes.
  • Cost. i-Con’s component nature, scalability, flexibility, and speed of turnaround means that you only pay for what you need, when you need it and you don’t have to pay for months of development and implementation.
  • We are Experts!
 
What is Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) is a software design pattern whereby services are provided to different software components, via a communication protocol over a network, by application components.

SOA allows for a wide range of services and functions to be created, or made available to the user, by the integration and ad hoc joining of disparate systems via simple interfaces that abstract the underlying complexity of the operations.

 

What is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

An ESB is the service that implements a communication system between software applications that need to interact with one another within a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The idea behind an ESB is that it promotes flexibility and agility to the communication between applications.