Open Integration HubOne Connector - all the integrations
Code snippets and ready-to-use connectors minimize costs.
Become part of a growing ecosystem – with only one integration!
A single Connector allows data exchange with all connected applications!
How it works
You only need a single Connector. Anyone can build a Connector for any solution and publish it as open source. That enables enhancements, maintenance and use by a whole community of developers. Distribution as a docker container assure high flexibility and scalability.
The Connector sits between your API and the Open Integration Hub’s API. It standardizes the data and defines the functions of an integration. The Connector is split in two distinct part, the Adapter and the Transformer.
The technical format for all synchronized data within the Open Integration Hub is JSON. The Adapter transforms all incoming formats, like XML or CSV to JSON. Within the Apdater you also define the connector’s functions as so called actions and triggers.
In order to correctly map data in a target system, the Open Integration Hub makes use of standard data models. Within the Transformer, translation from one data scheme to the standard schema takes place. We suggest using JSONata.
A Connectos is the technical component that makes data exchange possible. However, the Connector can only be consumed by a customer via actual implementations of the Open Integration Hub framework. Anyone can run an Open Integration Hub or just use existing platforms to also benefit from that platform’s brand and access their customer base. There are already several successful platforms:
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