WeDid: Enterprise Integration Platform Re-architecture
The current utilisation of the EAI production platform was at 80%. The client needed to understand what remaining capacity was available. The in-house development team were facing integration development issues running integrations in parallel. Over the past few months, a considerable amount of manual intervention was being performed by the developer and production support.
|Purpose||Enable the client to understand the capacity of their current environment.
Eliminate manual intervention by development and support teams.
Design a new enterprise integration platform architecture based on the client integration roadmap.
Deliver knowledge transfer to client team to ensure ongoing best-practice for their future implementations.
Mircosoft SQL Server
Custom Web Solution (ASP .Net)
webMethods Integration Platform
Microsoft SQL Server 2000
webMethods 6.5 Integration Platform
|Tool||webmethods JDBC Adapter
webMethods FTP connector
webMethods Web Service
|Information||Insurance Policy and payment information|
|Data Formats||Flatfile and XML|
|Volumes||100-10,000 transaction per day|
|Process||The insurance policy data is retrieved, transformed and processed.
The processed data is then uploaded into the AS400 DB2 (core system) via a JDBC Adapter.
After successful load of the data, a status and policy number is updated to the front-end system.
|Schedule||Real-time & batch invocation.|