Easily Connect the Dots Between Build, Run, and Monitor with Digibee’s Intuitive iPaaS Platform

Building pipelines is only one piece of integration. Explore how Digibee’s full lifecycle approach and intuitive UX supports building, running, AND monitoring.

February 21, 2023

Complex Problems = Complex Solutions.

Trying to work out all your integration business use cases is intense, and trying to get a full picture of all the platforms you need to connect to is no easier, we get it. To make sure the integration itself doesn’t add to the complexity your team faces, we’ve worked hard to create the most elegant and straightforward integration platform possible (without sacrificing the ability to adapt to tough or unique problems, we promise!). 

At Digibee we have taken a full lifecycle approach to guide your team through Building, Running, and Monitoring your integrations in a way that is intuitive and helps you “connect the dots” to see the big picture of how your integration is working in near real-time. We also understand that every company is structured a little differently, so versatility is a core attribute we have factored into every step of our integration platform.

In this blog post we give you a guided tour through our Build, Run, Monitor Digibee interface to help you visualize how our unique enterprise iPaaS can support you, however your company is structured, whatever your integration needs are, and wherever you are in your integration lifecycle.

Build Your Pipelines, Build Your Realm 

Our build platform is where it all begins. Whether your developers are creating a new integration or updating an existing one, this stage keeps all your integrations organized and easy to find. It is also where you can specify exactly who should be allowed to access each of the areas of the Digibee platform using our flexible realm structure that lets each individual see exactly what they need. 

Within a user’s realm we keep pipelines nice and organized under their respective projects, making it a snap to see where each integration is used in your business. Our intuitive drag and drop canvas coupled with Digibee capsules’ powerful pre-packaged business logic extracts the complexity out of the builds, but retains the sophistication. build-screenBuilding a new pipeline with Digibee’s low code integration platform is easy for developers to master, and to ensure their learning curve is pain-free our Platform-as-a-Service subscription includes support – so, we build these pipelines alongside your team until you’re ready to work alone.

Our Build Platform in Action:

Our work with the international shoe retailer Payless is a great example of what our build platform can accomplish, and how even though our enterprise integration platform may seem simple, it can scale up quickly to meet the biggest integration challenges. 

For Payless, Digibee was able to deliver integrations for a new e-commerce platform with more than 200+ stores in 15 countries. With the efficiency of our low-code drag-and-drop interface we built their integration solutions in less than 30 days!

Get Up and Running with 3 Quick Decisions

To help your team run your integrations going forward (without wanting to just run away), we’ve made deploying an integration as simple as these 3 quick decisions before you click ‘Deploy’;

  • What size?
  • What amount of concurrency?
  • What level of parallelism?

If your team later finds they need to adjust an integration pipeline’s size, concurrency, or level of parallelism, this can be done any time by simply going into the pipeline and updating the settings!run-screenJust like our Build platform, our Run platform’s UX keeps things visually organized and easy to understand. All the pipelines or projects a user has been granted access to appear in their realm organized under their projects. At a glance they can see key stats of each pipeline such as the deploy date, version number, and number of replicas. 

Our runtime environment is containerized – this means that your integrations aren’t sharing compute power/speed with anyone else, so even at peak times there is no drop in performance.

Our Run Process in Action:

Bauducco, the largest manufacturer of baked goods in Brazil, partnered with Digibee to help alleviate their pain points when migrating their legacy system to SAP S4/HANA. With 5 manufacturing units, 12 branches and 7 strategic distribution centers there were a lot of moving parts for Bauducco to keep on top of. Combined with various manual processes, their legacy system was difficult to run and prone to inaccuracies. 

Digibee built an enterprise iPaaS platform that effectively integrated Bauducco’s legacy system with SAP/S4 HANA while simplifying the existing SAP landscape, keeping their enterprise integration platform simple to run. Greater stability was achieved within the environment, and reduced the projected time and cost of the integration project by over 30%, all with zero downtime.

Discover New Insights with our Monitor Tools

Once an integration platform is built and running, the quality of the insights gathered through monitoring can be one of the most impactful tools in learning how to adapt and grow. Understanding this, we have designed an intuitive and powerful monitoring platform to work in conjunction with our Build/Run capabilities.

On our Monitor tab, your team can easily see at a glance how all your integrations are performing both in real-time and historically. The visual display and performance metrics make it simple to detect issues, or areas for optimization. We’ve also made error-handling more streamlined through the ability to deliver events directly to enterprise ticketing and monitoring solutions for remediation.monitor-screen

Our Monitoring Tools in Action:

Digibee partnered with Weir Group, a global mining technology leader, to create a flexible integration to support critical workflows. The work required several global corporate systems be integrated with local systems to facilitate a smooth and bi-directional flow of information through their integration platform. 

One of the items integrated was their MES (Manufacturing Execution System) which provides data and real-time insights into a company’s product manufacturing process. To ensure that the company didn’t lose any of this vital MES information, Digibee was able to implement near real-time alerts within their enterprise integration platform to flag potential integration flow issues before any disruption occurred.

Improve all phases of your Integration lifecycle with Digibee

To learn more about our intuitive Build-Run-Monitor enterprise integration solutions and how our adaptable UX empowers your team on all stages of your integration journey, take the Digibee Challenge:

Give us the integration project that you can’t get to until next year, but you need next quarter – and we’ll show you the Digibee difference by next week. 

Book your 15-minute Discovery Call, 30-minute Custom Demo, or 60-minute Deep Dive today!

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