Integration Broker

Definition & Overview

An Integration Broker serves as a centralized platform that facilitates seamless communication and data exchange between disparate systems or applications. It acts as an intermediary, enabling integration between various technologies and protocols.

Integration Brokers streamline the integration process by providing a unified interface for connecting different systems. They handle message routing, transformation, and orchestration, ensuring data consistency and reliability across the integrated ecosystem.

Furthermore, Integration Brokers offer features such as protocol mediation, error handling, and security enforcement, enhancing the robustness and security of data exchanges.

In summary, Integration Brokers play a critical role in modern IT architectures, enabling organizations to achieve seamless interoperability and efficient data flow between their diverse systems and applications. Learn more about what Launchpad offers here.

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