webMethods ESB




webMethods is an extensible, reliable, and scalable backbone that is running either within the cloud, on-premises or in hybrid scenarios, providing seamless integration for cloud, mobile, APIs and IoT.


webMethods capabilities

  • Applications, B2B, and partners integration
  • API enablement, management with performance scalability and all security standards
  • Managed file transfer over the most industry protocols
  • Building microservices for most industry databases and legacy adapters 
  • High-speed messaging and in-memory caching




webMethods Integration scenarious 


webMethods Integration Server spans business process management, managed file transfer, B2B integration, API management and more.


The hybrid webMethods integration platform is reliable and scalable to enable integration of on-premises applications to SaaS applications, programming-model agnostic and multi-container capable. As a container, the platform ships with many useful prebuilt APIs, services, frameworks, an event-driven architecture, and an in-memory data grid to avoid wasting to save lots of lots of customer time.


The platform features a full range of connectors to support the foremost modern standards, like OData, REST complementing the SOAP-based web services. Mapping and transformation functions are all built in, and especially useful when integrating big data sources and legacy systems. Enhanced support is offered for the Swagger 2.0 standard while creating REST APIs. Integration Server is certified to talk with Java® Message Service (JMS) providers that support AMQP protocol. 


webMethods Microservices Runtime features a decreased disk-size requirement and an improved start-up time. webMethods ActiveTransfer supports data transfer actions, logs, and proxy server settings. The CloudStreams server supports OAuth 2.0 authentication flow using JSON Web Token (JWT).





webMethods API Management


There are many API Gateway enhancements, including enhanced import to include all assets and configurations so as that users can easily move the configurations across instances. The custom HTTP header are often configured as an extended setting in API Gateway administration.


webMethods API Portal provides a comprehensive solution that allows the developer community to discover, try and collaborate on the organization and partners APIs. API Portal exposes API documentation to developers inside and out of an organisation and manages the developer onboarding process. 


webMethods Microgateway supports Kubernetes with health and readiness checks metrics, among others. Microgateway configuration capabilities are enhanced such it allows for provisioning an instance by employing just one YAML settings file. Microgateway supports API scoping and method level policy enforcement. 



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