The Open Integration Hub project started July 2017 with a team of 8 partners and is funded by the German Ministy for Economic Affairs and Energy. The official runtime of that project is two years. So we are still in “project mode”, although by now we evolved to a real open source community.
From the archives:
“Open Integration Hub is a project of the german cloud industry, led by the Cloud Ecosystem e.v., the cloud industry association. Its goal is the creation of a standard for data synchroinisation. In the course of the project, a consortium will develop the Open Integration Hub Integration Platform, which will be published as open source. It is an open project of the cloud community, aiming to win as many supporters as possible, to increase the use and relevance of the standard in the market.”
Version 0.5 goes Open Source
First version of the integration framework is published on GitHub!
10 additional connectors
10 additional partners join the project!
First standard data models
Frist standard data models for contacts and products are published. Two additonal partners join the project to work on the domains of documents and collaboration.
Official start of the project
The project is kicked off by 8 founding partners, supported by the german government.
Cloud Ecosystem e.V.
Stone One AG
Technische Universität Berlin
About Cloud Ecosystem
Cloud Ecosystem e.V. (Cologne, Germany) is the german cloud network with more than 85 members from the cloud industry and therefore the biggest cloud community in Germany. Most members are mid-size public cloud SaaS-vendors, active in the B2B space. The Cloud Ecosystem combines resources to organise joint demand generation activities under the so called German Business Cloud. All participating members use the neutral brand for marketing activities, such as attending big trade shows to win new customers at shared costs.
Leading the Open Integration Hub consortium, the Cloud Ecosystem is bringing together industry leaders and know-how to make the project a success.