With the White-label Integration Platform, both corporate IT and system integrators can industrialize repetitive integration scenarios and offer them as self-service integration marketplaces.
Bonn, Germany (PRWEB) February 22, 2016
elastic.io, a Germany-based provider of integration platform as a service, announced the launch of its White-label Platform, a suite of integration tools and technologies for software architects and system integrators to connect disparate software. The key feature of the platform is the ability for its implementers to build custom-branded integration marketplaces to enable self-service integration for the end users.
“Our goal is to enable IT-integration professionals from corporate IT and system integrators likewise to support controlled self-service integration by helping and guiding nonspecialists in connecting various systems,” says Renat Zubairov, CEO of elastic.io. “We have already seen demand for a white-label integration platform from our existing customers and expect this to become a core part of our offerings from now on.”
More SaaS means more integration needs
The ever increasing usage of SaaS services suggests that the need to integrate them with other cloud offerings as well as existing on-premise and in-house developed software will be becoming more and more pressing. In the field of corporate IT, the voices recommending CIOs support citizen integration are getting louder. System integrators, too, are facing strong competition from automation solution providers and SaaS ISVs while being faced with a new lucrative market, namely with SMBs that have been largely underserved in terms of integration solutions.
“With the White-label Platform, both corporate IT and system integrators can industrialize repetitive integration scenarios and offer them as self-service integration marketplaces. Both parties can, therefore, considerably reduce their efforts, whereas for system integrators it also means the ability to offer their solutions at a lower cost and thus to a wider range of price-sensitive customers”, explains Renat Zubairov.
Performance meets agility
The new product features standardized tools like SDKs for multiple languages to build reusable integration components, and comprehensive monitoring and logging systems that record all data flows and any changes in them. The entire white-labelled integration platform is built based on Docker technology, it is highly secure, scalable and microservices-based.
New platform is already a success among customers
elastic.io is pleased to introduce a new strategic partner who is among the first to implement the White-label Platform. Apora, a Netherlands-based well-established implementation and integration partner of Zoho CRM and Oracle Sales Cloud, wants to industrialize and scale their expertise in system integration with a self-service integration marketplace. The integrations as a service will be delivered to its customers, partners and software vendors.
To learn more about the new product, to view white papers, or to book a live product tour, please email Daniel Haegele, daniel.haegele(at)elastic(dot)io, or visit the website at http://www.elastic.io.
elastic.io GmbH, a young tech company based in Germany, belongs to the generation of the so called "cloud-born" companies and has already established itself on the German market as an expert for integration solutions, due in part to strong partnerships with T-Systems, Shopware and mVise.
elastic.io offers an integration platform as-a-service (iPaaS) that allows developers to build, host and maintain custom integration components and integration flows faster and considerably more cost-effective compared to standard solutions. The elastic.io integration platform is hosted by T-Systems and, therefore, maintains compliance with the highest data protection standards worldwide (BDSG).