iPaaS, Cloud/Data Integration & Tag Management

Digibee’s AI-powered integration importing tool now available

Users can effortlessly import and convert complete integration flows from other vendors into the Digibee Integration Platform

Digibee, an integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) company that optimizes developer resources and scales integrations, today announced the availability of an AI-powered integration importing tool that facilitates integration platform migration to Digibee. In seconds, the integration importing tool imports complete integration flows from other vendors and seamlessly converts them into integration flows that the Digibee Integration Platform can execute, modify and maintain. Digibee is the first iPaaS company to offer an AI-powered integration importing tool; it is initially available for MuleSoft migrations to Digibee and will support migrations to Digibee from other legacy integration platforms soon.

“The AI-powered integration importing tool benefits organizations with cost savings, quicker return on investment, improved efficiency, reduced risks, business continuity and more confident decision-making. It saves significant time and effort for functional analysts and integration engineers to interpret and replicate integration flows from different technologies, which now can be done instantly with Digibee,” said Digibee co-founder and CTO Peter Kreslins Junior. “The AI capabilities in the Digibee Integration Platform strengthen our mission to simplify complex enterprise integrations while modernizing infrastructure, allowing enterprises to implement and maintain their integration and digital transformation initiatives rapidly.”

Digibee’s new AI-powered integration importing tool includes these features:

  • Translator tool: Users can easily copy integration code from another integration platform, paste it in the translator tool, click a button and receive a translated JSON file for use in the Digibee Integration Platform.
  • Exception handling: If any fragment of the integration flow is unable to be properly translated, the flow is still workable, and a log is created to inform the user of any inconsistencies.
  • Identification of all external connections present in the integration flow.
  • A web interface accessible via URL with authentication protocols.
  • Soon: AI-generated flow documentation of original and migrated integration flows, allowing users to audit and fix any inconsistent fragments remaining from the migration process.

Technology migrations can be challenging because of new interfaces, data migration complexities, integration issues, costs, resistance to change and potential business disruptions. Digibee’s integration importing tool mitigates these challenges by automating data migration, simplifying configuration transfers and streamlining the overall transition process, thus making technology migrations less daunting and more efficient.

The traditional process of migrating integration platforms initially consists of functionally analyzing the business goals and interpreting how the ecosystems were integrated in the former integration platform. Lack of proper and accurate documentation or knowledge of the former integration platform can increase the complexity and time requirements of the migration to the new platform. Digibee’s new AI-powered integration importing tool eliminates such pain by simply reading the integration flow from the former platform — with no need for documentation and integration maps — and seamlessly recreating the flow in the Digibee Integration Platform. Following this “lift-and-shift” migration, which includes the exact integrations from the former platform, the integrations can be optimized and modified as needed in the Digibee Integration Platform.

Customers interested in the opportunity to experiment with this functionality can request access through Digibee support channels.

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