Dell Boomi is a multi-tenant platform which houses API management, Master Data management (MDM) and also AtomSphere for application integration.It can simplify your API management throughout the entire API lifecycle. With this tool, you do not need to code as APIs can be created using a simple visual interface and can be published on cloud or on-premises. You can connect your enterprise at ease using the software as it has a 100 percent cloud-native architecture.You do not need any complex installation at all.You can exercise a centralized control and monitor your API environment, with the help of the reporting dashboard within the platform.
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|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android||Category||API Management Software|
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none of the pictures load. it's really hard to familiarize yourself with boomi when literally every picture is replaced with a placeholder.
I found the best Ipaas Solution for Application Integration like Salesforce, Workday, Netsuite, and Kronos.
You can avail connecter as per your requirement .
There are lots of connector for applicatoin and Traditional Systems.
If you're new in this product initially you don't like due to different approch and big fancy words like Atom and Molecule but once you used to of it.you find so easy and smooth
I've nothing to dislike this product. This is value for money
if you looking for cost-effective ETL tool so Go ahead with Dell Boomi. It's never disappoint you
We're extracting data from different applications and creating data warehouse on google big query so for data extraction we're using Dell Boomi
The thing i liked the best in dell boomi is that the process canavas is user friendly. The shapes are easy to select and the best part is the drag and drop option. The process is easy to run in the test mode and the results observed is user friendly.It is easily understandable to the users. The document provided by the dell boomi is also an easy way to get access to the dell boomi.Its easy to work with the connectors as well.
The main part which i didnt like in dell boomi is that the groovy scripting which is being used in map shape and the data process shape. The coding part is quite difficult for me to understand.Their should be a small change in the scripting side coding that should be minimised. The document provided by dell boomi should be in detailed with the examples.
I would strongly recommend to use dell boomi as a platform its quite simple and easy to use its user friendly too.
I am working with salesforce updation for practice .I felt more easy working with it. The connection and operation of the sales force is easily upgraded. The another best thing which i felt is working with the API's is also very user understandable way. By using mail connectors to send mails to multiple mails using a single connector.
The ease of use, I am not a developer and have very little knowledge of how to code or write code, Boomi empowers users like myself to connect Cloud and On prem applications at ease and do it quickly.
Not much to dislike here, the release process has seen some issues so from them more testing before a release but nothing that slowed business.
Look at what you are trying to achieve and where your business will be in three years, if you need to solve one point to point problem probably look at other applications. If you have complex logic, want to have re-useable API's, reusable components and the ability to connect to Cloud and Prem applications look no further!
Connecting all Business SaaS and on prem applications, we also plan to use their Master Data Hub and I see a lot of value in Flow. I would also like to use their API management as we continue to grow as a company.
Boomi gave a wonderful opportunity to learn and use it as the core middle ware platform.
The shapes in Boomi canvas are very much powerful using connectors we can integrate all the end systems very easily. It is very developer friendly. The community page is go to whenever and wherever if you are stuck!
The fact that I could not see the back end code which I am used to from decades is the only thing I feel not likely but it may be the perks of using a light weight tools
Defiantly try it ,it is definite worth of time and money.
Connecting with other cloud platforms and other ERP systems very quickly and easily is one main problem we solved very easily.
First off, you have plenty of online training for EDI (and other integration methods) on Boomi's platform. In our case, we had an evaluation between multiple vendors including Mulesoft, Software AG, Jitterbit, Boomi and Snaplogic. While Jitterbit and Boomi, was able to easily read the source file from our ERP system, only with Boomi where we able to easily customize to what the destination vendor needs.
We were new to EDI, so had some learning curve to get EDI and Boomi at the same time. We also had to do some trial and error sending file with the destination vendors, since they wanted items that differed from the official EDI definitions. (not Boomi problem)
Its great. You will spend more time figuring out the requirements of the integration than building it within Boomi.
retiring Cobol programs
Our first effort was to create EDI documents for health care enrollment. While we didn't know any of the lingo, there was learning system on Boomi to learn. We had great help from Boomi staff to accomplish all the goals.
While EDI is supposed to be a rigid definition so that all the vendors could seamlessly exchange data, we found that companies all love to customize it a bit. (our health, dental and vision providers all had different customization) That was what I disliked about EDI. On the great side, is that we could easily customize the EDI profile to fit what the vendors needed. Again, its not a dislike of Boomi, but, the promise of EDI itself.
Yes. You will find that you spend far more time figuring out the business case and meeting about the work, then building and maintaining the work. Its truly an internet product.
retiring stored procedures, triggers, Cobol and other applications. dramatically increasing the exposure of their results to the business, auditing of data exchanges, and providing obvious documents to architecture. (screenshots of the canvas is a visual diagram)
Boomi's strong points are its SaaS/cloud nature, its volume of pre-built connectors, the ease of writing integrations for systems that don't have pre-built connectors, and its intuitive wire-flow format that builds on the upsides of competing products while simultaneously improving their functionality.
Boomi is priced based on connection endpoint rather than volume of data, which means that you need to know how many endpoints you will need for the term of your contract, or you will have to renew your contract early.
We are using Dell Boomi to provide master data replication and data warehouse ETL processes to move data from our operational ERPs (SAP and Plex) to our central data repository (Workday Prism). We also use it to integrate our more real-time processes such as employee lifecycle (onboarding, offboarding, etc.) and bolt-on system communications.
Boomi does a great job at transforming and transferring data from EDI files in a friendly user interface. Boomi is easy to use, has good documentation on how to use it, and will take minimal effort to make some complicated transformations to a multitude of file types including but not limited to EDI.
There is no built in inbound or outbound compliance for EDI files.
Test mode can be rather slow at starting up.
Versioning and deployments can be kind of messy.
Talk to their consulting team and make sure that they can show you that Boomi can do what you want it to do.
Transforming, routing, and analyzing EDI files for a large healthcare eCommerce application. The benefits that we have seen is that transformation and analysis of files is very easy with Boomi.
Boomi does a LOT of the heavy lifting for you (e.g. versioning, deployment) - so integrating it into a standard DevOps environment for versioning, deployment, and bug fixing can present some challenges to make it follow the existing paradigm. Though there are new features in Boomi now that make the process easier and Boomi tends to respond to developer needs on the platform.
Do a quick POC and you'll be converted - it's extremely easy to develop a process or web service and have it running in hours or days. Your investment for a simple POC is minimal and you'll be pretty impressed with the results. I sure was!
More and more of our SOA platform is being developed on Boomi and most of our integrations with new and existing systems is done on Boomi.