Create a connected and extended enterprise by integrating systems, processes, and functions through connectors and APIs. Connect front-office, middle-office and back-office for seamless information flow across the organization. Enable end-to-end customer journeys by digitally integrating with external partners to establish a truly digital enterprise.

Platform APIS and Microservices

Utilize microservices-based architecture to facilitate the orchestration of headless APIs. Further, to enhance application composability, consolidate multiple microservices into functional microservices for repeated use cases. NewgenONE offers multiple ways to easily extend all platform capabilities, like – UI, workflows, business rules, bots, and reports, as APIs to other systems. Here are three ways to extend platform capabilities.

Connectors available on OEM Marketplaces

Certified connectors listed on the marketplace of partners provide assurance of seamless integration, compatibility, trust, and reliability. Through rigorous testing and meeting specific standards, they reduce integration issues, improve efficiency, and offer a secure data exchange experience, saving developers time and effort.

Prebuilt Connectors and APIs

Enable seamless integration for easy data exchange by leveraging prebuilt connectors designed for a wide range of enterprise applications. Integrate with any system or application using industry-standard protocols and frameworks, including REST, SOAP, Swagger, and OData.

Frequently Asked Questions

NewgenONE offers a strong integration capability through a service catalog, where users can define new integration services in REST, SOAP, and other standards. It also enables users to ensure the security and performance of these integrations. Furthermore, users can create and test custom services by putting them into a customer catalog before the application’s usage.

API management is the process of designing, publishing, documenting, and analyzing APIs in a secure and scalable way. It is important because it enables organizations to control access to their APIs, monitor API usage, and ensure API security and compliance.

Containers in microservices are lightweight, standalone executable packages that contain all the necessary software components and dependencies required to run a specific microservice, enabling easy deployment and scalability.

Single sign-on (SSO) allows users to authenticate once with a single set of credentials and gain access to multiple applications or services, without needing to re-enter their login credentials for each one. SSO works by using a centralized authentication server that verifies the user’s identity and issues a token that can be used to access multiple systems or applications.

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