IBM Integration Bus Benefits

Jagan Chidella
Systems Software Specialist III at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
I did only one PoC which is critical to the organization so I'm not an expert. We had consultants who developed most of the prior applications, but my part involved a new project to integrate with our external partners with new changes from a legacy format to amodern web service. We needed to help them connect to our service, as well as access our data. They were already doing that, but with legacy protocols. They are now moving to a modern system. This is something that is easy to do with IBM Integration Bus. Some of the challenges were in understanding the overall format of the data and understanding their need. Most of the time was spent in understanding and analysis rather than coding. The coding, itself, didn't take much time. For me, it was a learning curve in understanding the tool, analyzing the graphical interface, and even learning how to develop an application. We had many prior applications built and to use as examples. My dream is that most applications should have a graphical way of expressing what you want to do and kind of get to know different parts of the workflow in the application. View full review »
Pavel Shcherbukha
Team Leader of the Development Team at IBM/IT-Innovation
Before, we used to use client-server applications with strong interaction. Using the integration bus we quickly broke through the border between client-server and service-oriented architecture. Additionally, we were able to quickly link many other financial services with core bank system or exposed some API for financial services. View full review »
Senior Integration Consultant at Candela Labs (AWPL reborn)
* We were able to implement REST APIs quickly by using out-of-the-box support for design and implementation. * IBM support is exceptionally competent and quick. * It has been on the market for a long time, so getting skilled resources is convenient. Therefore, you will see your team growing and learning it quickly. View full review »
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Yogesh Bhardwaj
Offshore Delivery Head (US) at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has improved our company a lot. We have added a lot of adapters. The microservice has provided an advantage for us, so we have a lot of adapters with REST Node.js, which have been added. IBM used to provide multiple adapters. For example, we also have an adaptor for MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport). View full review »
Enterprise Solution Architect at a transportation company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The whole of the radar data that we receive from the ARPA (Automatic Radar Plotting Aid) is transformed by the IBM Integration bus. View full review »
Integration Team Leader /Integration Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
IIB helped our clients having clean Overall solution , doing decoupling between different systems , eliminating duplicate point to point integration points . replacing legacy integration products ,and having high performing stable trouble free Enterprise service bus View full review »
Wael Alhasan
Middleware Architect at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
There is a concept behind the project of this technology, the ESP technology, it is just the layer because of the bus between front systems and back systems, So if I want to change anything in the back system, no need to change in the front system, only this layer. So what do is, we make the integration of the system much, much easier and faster. So there is only one layer to control the integration of the communication. View full review »
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