Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration Overview

Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration is the #26 ranked solution in our list of top Data Integration Tools. It is most often compared to ETL Solutions Transformation Manager: Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration vs ETL Solutions Transformation Manager

What is Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration?

Axway Integrator unites multiple incompatible systems, data formats and protocols to centralize and optimize all transactions with suppliers, customers, and other trading partners. IT organizations can use it to design, execute, and monitor integration processes that include transformation of content; protocol mediation and support for files of any size, message type, or flavor of API; and compliance with industry- and company-specific regulations and requirements.

Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration is also known as Integrator, Axway Integrator, AMPLIFY Application Integration.

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Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration Customers

BHF-BANK, BNP Paribas, Continental Corporation Automotive Group, Clearstream MFT, Federal Office of Information Technology, Systems and Telecommunication (FOITT), DHL, Union Nationale de Mutualit_s Socialistes, ZF Group, La Poste, Gassco, IdenTrust, Perugia Hospital, International Post Corporation, Bundesagentur fªr Arbeit (BA), IHC Health Solutions, Lenovo, Genzyme

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration pricing:
  • "API Gateway is priced on the number of transactions you run through it. API Gateway is free, and you can install as many API Gateways as you like or are necessary for your network. For example, if all of the data is inside your network or firewall, you may just need one API Gateway. If you have external customers trying to come into your organization through your firewall, you're going to need one API Gateway outside the firewall and one inside the firewall. If you have a lot of remote offices, you may want to put API Gateway in some of those offices as well. They only charge you for your usage of it. In other words, the number of transactions going through it. That's a good benefit."

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Client Executive at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 10
An extremely flexible, stable, and scalable solution that speeds up the velocity of your business and provides good visibility

What is our primary use case?

One of the projects I'm working on is to use it to connect a web form where end-users will enter in data. This data will go from API Gateway to a mainframe, and then the mainframe will take that data, combine it with other data sets, massage it, and send the answer back in the form of a PDF. We're looking to do a couple of things with API Gateway. The first one is that we're moving from a 24-hour batch process using Managed File Transfer to API Gateway where our transactions are in minutes or less, rather than every 24 hours. The other thing is that by using API Gateway, we are now enabled to… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "The most valuable feature is that API Gateway is extremely flexible for any feature, such as connecting to Active Directory to pull the users and their authentication information. There are three ways to connect to Active Directory, and the reason for this is that the computing environments of our customers are very different. Every feature in API Gateway has got multiple methodologies for accomplishing those tasks, which is important because customers are constantly changing their security models, IT models, networks, etc. API Gateway is very flexible. It is not a one size fits all sort of situation where it is very rigid, and you can only use these pull-down menus, and that's all it ever does. It is much more open than that. It can give you fabulous reports on your users, usage, security issues, and the data sets that are going through there. You'll suddenly have visibility on the movement of data within or between your organization and other organizations. The other thing is that you're connecting API to API, which is machine to machine. The things that were done manually in an Excel spreadsheet before exchanging data through email are now done machine to machine and server to server. It speeds up the velocity of your business."
  • "Because it is so flexible, you really need someone who knows Axway Gateway or has been through the training and is certified. Just because you know APIs doesn't mean you're going to walk into that API Gateway and understand what to click on. If you're going to get something done quickly, you need to find an engineer from a company who has some experience with it. It is easy to learn, but if you're doing on-the-job training, it is going to take you longer to get your project accomplished."

What other advice do I have?

I would advise others to get started now because what you're doing is you're enabling your business processes to operate at high speeds with a quality of service and reporting that is built-in. For example, a lot of people use the API for Amazon's web store. Imagine you're a manufacturer with thousands of part numbers, thousands of pictures that go with those parts, and thousands of descriptions of those products. You won't try to upload those one at a time to the Amazon web store. You need your content database to talk to the Amazon web store database so that when you update a part number…
GC
Senior Product Manager at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 20
A highly user-friendly enterprise integration platform

What is our primary use case?

I am working for an automotive company that has both Italian clients and American automotive clients. For example, the first project integrates with Salesforce, using API Gateway to decouple our internal applications and Salesforce Cloud applications. I use the SQL Transport version 6, and for the Windows environment, I use the API Gateway, but this is only for testing and not used in production.

Pros and Cons

  • "Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration is very easy to use."
  • "The most important point to improve is the capability to deploy in large enterprises."

What other advice do I have?

I would recommend this product to new users if it's not a large global enterprise. It's a very good product for smaller deployments. On a scale from one to ten, I would give Axway AMPLIFY Application Integration an eight.