Integrating your systems and enabling them to communicate with each other is just the first step in your integration journey. You still need to manage your integration many months into the future. IT leaders must realize that choosing a data automation platform is a long-term decision that will impact their organization far longer than they may think.
Synatic highlights four stand out features that set companies up for long-term integration success:
Integration remains one of the single biggest challenges for enterprises across the globe. Identifying, making available, controlling, and governing data remains a preoccupation for both IT and business leaders. Add to this the complication of data silos, legacy infrastructure across multiple sites as well as monolithic architecture, and the prospect of workaround integration doesn’t bear thinking about.
Fortunately, this is no longer necessary. The benefits of using an integration platform are many, some of these include:
Integration platforms, and particularly Hybrid Integration Platforms (HIPs), provide all of the tools needed to make the task of integrating data and applications across all environments simpler and faster. This in turn means companies can operationalize data and turn it into valuable and actionable insights, leading to better decisions.
When incorrect transformations of data or other errors creep in during an integration, finding them can often be like looking for a needle in a haystack. These laborious tasks will require a developer who will have to retrace steps to uncover the problem, resulting in a debugging process that is very tedious and time-consuming. The Synatic platform allows architects and developers who are creating flows to see visual representation of what actions are being performed on the data. This high visibility environment enables accurate and simple transformation, which users love.
Error management is also a firm favourite with developer communities. Here too, it is often difficult to surface relevant information and take corrective action. It is often said that 50% of integration is doing the integration itself, the other 50% is sorting out implementation where the uncatered for edge cases often rear their head!
Synatic focuses on simplifying the notification of errors, making it easy to send an email alerting teams about workflow or process failures. Further, access detailed information regarding these errors in the platform is a powerful feature. This significantly simplifies the management of run events. What’s more, the error management data can be published to the Synatic operations portal which enables rapid resolutions, and line of site for business users.
The Operations Portal is unique to the Synatic offering, setting it apart from any other competitor. Its key features will revolutionize how your teams interact with your systems and with one another. Here are some of its standout features:
While the Synatic platform is already in a class of its own, its debugging, error management, and unique ops portal make it the solution that builds future integration management into its core. What’s more, all of these value-adds come standard for all offerings from the Basic package, all the way through to the Enterprise Plus package, ensuring that all users have access to the platform’s Nimble, Simple, Powerful features.