With webMethods.io Integration, it’s never been easier to connect your SaaS apps. A powerful integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS), it provides a combination of capabilities offered by ESBs, data integration systems, API management tools and B2B gateways.
webMethods.io Integration features an intuitive, drag-and-drop user-interface to design, assemble and deploy workflows for cloud and on-premises apps. Our UI runs in all the latest browsers and supports guided development and wizards to quickly create integrations.
Application orchestration is the process of integrating your applications to automate a process or synchronize data in real time. Our approach decouples applications so you can manage and monitor your integrations from one central location.
Connect to anything. webMethods.io Integration provides out-of-the-box connectivity to SaaS applications, such as Salesforce®, ServiceNow® and Marketo®, as well as industry standard protocols, such as REST, SOAP and Odata.
Many tenants can share a single development environment with each having their own production environment. This allows all users to interact with the system using a common, web-based user interface, which increases productivity and ensures your team can quickly come up to speed.
Already use webMethods on-site? Quickly connect your webMethods Integration Server to webMethods.io Integration to create reliable and secure cloud-to-on-premises integrations. All connections are initiated from your on-premises Integration Server, without needing firewall ports.
Deploy on-premises or in the cloud
webMethod Cloud Container enables professional developers to build integration projects in a full-featured Eclipse®-based environment and deploy them in the cloud. Create sophisticated integrations using powerful developer tooling and run them on our fully managed cloud platform.
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