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INTEGRATION AS CODE

Enzo Integration as Code using SQL

Implement an Integration as Code strategy to build a reproducible, testable, version-controlled and self-documenting integration architecture to simplify maintenance, reduce implementation costs and increase flexibility.



The Challenge


Organizations dealing with hosted platforms, such as SharePoint or SalesForce, or with public facing services such as Twitter or Twilio, struggle with complex, costly, and lengthy integration projects, limiting their ability to react quickly to business needs.


Enzo Solution


Integration as Code

Enzo allows integration teams to automate processes using the power of the SQL language. This means that corporations can now code data movement, use source control for integration code, perform code review on their integration logic and achieve greater flexibility. This also means that integration teams are not limited to platform-specific integation experts since virtually anyone with little training can execute SQL commands, significantly reducing operating costs of IT organizations for integration initiatives.

Example: Jane, an integration engineer, uses SQL commands through Enzo to extract SharePoint data changes to build a messaging pipeline to RabbitMQ, and send an SMS message for unexpected data conditions. Jane can run her integration code in a test environment, deploy it using regular deployment pipelines, and check-in her code for version control.

CI/CD For Integration

Enzo offers drastic operational improvements to IT teams by democratizing integration knowledge, usually reserved to highly skilled engineers. By leveraging the power of SQL commands to code integration logic, integration teams can start leveraging the power of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment that infrastructure teams use today.

Example: Jane, an integration engineer, uses SQL commands through Enzo to listen for new employee records in Ceridian, and automatically add a user record in Active Directory for security automation, within just a few minutes. Jane can run her integration code in a test environment, deploy it using regular deployment pipelines, and check-in her code for version control.

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