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With SKYVVA Any Connect, all types and types of legacy applications such as databases, data on local files or FTP/sFTP servers, on host computers, in queue systems or in other media can be connected via a variety of existing connectors.
STREAMING DATA WITH THE APPROACH
It is not always possible to pursue the radical approach of complete renewal and replace all old applications with new ones for reasons of time, money and economy. The old applications have been optimized over decades to meet the requirements and conditions of business processes. Minor issues as well as errors were largely eliminated. They represent a stable framework of the IT infrastructure for the fulfilment of daily business tasks. Integrating these legacy applications and creating the ability to leverage them or their data with the new processes in Salesforce requires seamless and direct integration.
With Any Connect you have over 200+ possible connectors at your disposal, which can be realized with the help of the Apache Camel Framework. This allows Salesforce to integrate with any application in an IT landscape, eliminating the need for separate middleware.
Access to files on local servers and FTP or sFTP servers
Important data such as customer information, prices and products can still be found on old or FTP/sFTP servers. However, this information is required in the Salesforce platform. Conversely, legacy applications also require data in CSV, text, or XML formats from the Salesforce platform.
Access to Databases
The heart of the legacy applications are databases for permanent data storage and as transaction systems. Therefore, the connection of various databases such as Oracle, MS SQL servers, Informix or MySQL is essential.
Publish & Subscribe from Kafka Event
So-called event-driven architecture has already found its way into application software development today. The Enterprise Event-Bus with the Apache Kafka is leading in this respect, as this is a widespread Open Source application. With Any Connect, Kafka events can be published or consumed from within Salesforce. This enables a hybrid event-driven architecture with the internal Salesforce platform event and the Kafka event.