Different types of systems integration?
There are different types of integration services based on the area and the type of use. Some examples include:
Legacy system integration:
Legacy systems are old technologies, computer systems, or applications that are outdated in an organization compared to today’s current IT standards. This integration helps connect legacy systems with newer systems.
Third-party system integration:
Third-party integration is an addition of necessary external tools or software to an existing project using different APIs (Application Program Interfaces). This helps developers to build new solutions in a shorter period, using already existing components instead of creating a code for new ones from scratch
This type of integration allows businesses, to easily exchange data and knowledge. B2B platforms collects data from source applications and translate the data into systematized formats to send the documents to the business partner using the appropriate transport protocol
Big data integration:
Big Data Integration generates and analyzes traditional data, social media, data from the Internet of Things (IoT), and transactional data to be used at an unprecedented scale for data-driven decision making within an organization.
Cloud services integration:
This integration helps with connecting various applications, systems, and databases to be integrated in cloud services, enabling access by multiple devices over a network or the internet.