IBM Integration Bus Valuable Features

Jagan Chidella
Systems Software Specialist III at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
My favorite feature is the XML-based DFDL mapping, which is a tool that allows you to graphically map legacy data formats to modern data formats. I like it because there is less programming involved. On the internet I do not see many users who are aware of this capability or its importance. Since I have a theoretical background in this area I was able to quickly understand its value. In the past, we had to do a lot of programming in Java, whereas now, it is just linking one node in one format to another node in another format. The linking is done in a very smart way, and behind the scenes, the solution knows what to do. For different types of inputs and outputs, the interface already knows how to do the translation or conversion. All you have to do is draw a line and make simple additions. It has reduced the programming from one hundred percent down to ten or twenty percent. In this solution, you can design the workflow too, graphically. There are two graphical tools in this solution. One of them is for the format conversion and it is called mapping. The other one is actually developing the application itself. It is a good GUI that I really like. View full review »
Pavel Shcherbukha
Team Leader of the Development Team at IBM/IT-Innovation
This solution is very reliable and it is easy to learn. There are many connectors to different sources and it's easy to scale. Also, it is easy to parametrize the integration of bus applications during building or deployment. For instance, set up names of the queues, set up binded services URL, set up or change user-defined parameters. View full review »
Senior Integration Consultant at Candela Labs (AWPL reborn)
* REST API design and development support are useful. Building and exposing APIs using GUI API designer with editor makes implementation a breeze. * Pub/Sub support (using IBM MQ) and MQTT broker support bring complex patterns (CQRS, etc) and services to life real quickly. * Web interface, REST API for viewing services, admin, stats, and deployment are premium features, which makes IIB stand among its competition. * Several connectors for various different protocols. View full review »
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Yogesh Bhardwaj
Offshore Delivery Head (US) at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
With respect to our enterprise and SOA compliance (this product fits within the SOA compliance category), we want to talk about microsolution architecture, as enterprises generally enable SOA first before going to microsolutions. It will have to have a long-term approach on the SOA category, as IIB fits with a lot of other IBM products, like the WSRR, IBM DataPower, and MQ. It has a lot of advantages when we are using it or enforcing SOA as an architecture for our enterprises. View full review »
Enterprise Solution Architect at a transportation company with 5,001-10,000 employees
This product provides a relatively easy way to develop integration solutions. This solution has very good, high-availability features. From a performance point of view, it's very good and it doesn't need very much in terms of CPU resources. View full review »
Integration Team Leader /Integration Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
IIB is feature rich product it is hard to point to a single feature , but most important is IIB supports most communication protocols out the box (SOAP/REST/HTTP/MQ/JMS/TCP/Files) Native support of Asynchronous calls . support of multiple message formats (XML/JSON/ CWF/CSF/SWIFT/HL7....) Global Transaction Co-ordination Horizontal and Vertical Scalability . View full review »
Sandeep Chukkapalli
Senior Software Engineer at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
The solution is similar to Adobe X Pro. We can intersect with any of those items. The scalability is very good. The integration with other tools is excellent. It integrates well with batch issues. Overall, the solution works very well. View full review »
Team Lead and Senior Architect at FCL
The solution's features are all quite useful. We use all of them. View full review »
Cameo Mbowane
Chief Executive Officer at Customersoft Innovation
It has the ability to be deployed without rewriting the code. View full review »
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