AdroitLogic, the company that allows enterprises to connect applications, systems and partners with high performance capabilities, today announced a major new release of its UltraESB Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), along with a new lightweight container-based Integration Platform as a Service, and a new Graphical Developer Studio.
The UltraESB-X release is a rewrite of the ESB runtime, on top of a modular framework codenamed Project-X. It retains the performance benefits introduced by the UltraESB, supporting HTTP/S exchanges with zero-copy data transfers and Non-blocking IO (NIO). This performance edge prompted the largest company in the world to license the UltraESB technology in 2013 to power its new integration platform; and for Kuoni GTA to support over half a billion requests per day, with its B2B travel API since 2014.
AdroitLogic also released the UltraStudio, a rich integration solution development studio to increase developer productivity. “We have enriched the end-to-end experience of integration development by building powerful extensions and plugins to the popular IntelliJ IDEA IDE. The UltraStudio allows users to develop integration flows with a drag-and-drop palette of connectors and processors, and help to test, debug and trace integration flows through the execution path, and view properties at each stage,” said Ruwan Linton, the Chief Technology Officer of AdroitLogic.
The new Integration Platform announced today, offers integration capabilities as a service, over private, public or hybrid cloud based Docker containers, utilizing the Kubernetes framework for managing the runtime and availability. The Integration Platform becomes available as an on-demand service to multiple organizational units within an enterprise, allowing users to target different UltraESB-X deployments with varying availability requirements, over a set of shared physical resources. The platform manages the deployments and automatically repairs failed instances, guaranteeing availability and stability. The metrics of each UltraESB-X runtime are reported to ElasticSearch which then powers a consolidated management and monitoring dashboard that manages the platform.