FME Server as an Enterprise Integration Platform? Absolutely!

FME Server Integration

Continuous digital transformation brings challenges in integrating new technology – CRM, CIS, financial systems, cloud computing, internet of things, and countless web applications – with legacy systems. How to approach these challenges? Well, did you know that FME Server has several features which make it a really good integration layer:

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Support for hundreds of formats, ability to integrate data from diverse sources and make it available for use by anyone in any way they desire

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Ability to connect to practically any web service

- built-in support for many commonly used web-based applications and services (Google, Amazon, Azure, SAP Hana, Salesforce, MS Dynamics 365…)
- HTTPCaller feature (accesses a URL via HTTP or HTTPS, performing a GET, PUT, POST, DELETE, HEAD, PATCH or OPTIONS operation)
- WebSocket Server feature (allows fast, real-time communication with client web applications that execute on WebSocket-supported browsers)
- Support for SOAP and REST services
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Creating web services

Creating REST web services
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Built-in features streamlining XML and JSON documents processing

JSON/XML Templater, Formatter, Validator, Fragmenter...
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Creating schedules, queuing, notifications upon execution of the task, checking status of the task, increasing performance by scaling up and configuration

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Numerous authentication methods and options - token service, role-based and user-based access control, assigning different permissions, LDAP integration

Below you’ll find examples of how FME can be used as an integration layer around different types of systems:

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