SEEBURGER – Secure Data Exchange

Integrate Data and Unlock Functionality of
Internal Applications and Systems

Are you being asked to present backend system functionality through APIs, so that business value can be leveraged by mobile applications, customer services, and internal applications / systems? If so, or if you anticipate being in this scenario, our recommendation is to utilize an integration platform that supports the use of APIs as a façade to your valuable internal applications and systems. Doing this can help you:

  • Reduce Coding Effort
    Integrate applications and systems with low to no coding effort
  • Extend Existing Integrations
    Include MFT and other integration patterns
  • Increase Performance
    Utilize interface mappings that can handle high volume, and massive scalability
  • Simplify Management
    Utilize central integration and administration capability

If you have an API-first strategy, chances are, design of your APIs comes first. API design solutions offer little help when it comes to integrating APIs with internal systems, i.e. connecting your designed APIs to the systems they are supposed to communicate with. This leaves you to handle the integration. Coding these connections manually is time-consuming, requires substantial effort, and ties up valuable people-power. Not only can this significantly slow down implementation – because the integration logic is hidden in the individual developer’s code – but it is also difficult to maintain, support, and reuse. And finally, integrating multiple APIs manually can lead to ‘API integration spaghetti’, which can include multiple different coding solutions, a lack of transparency and visibility, and loss of control.

Stop Coding: Simply Configure Your API Façade with SEEBURGER BIS

The SEEBURGER BIS API Solution includes standard adapters and pre-configured connectors for any system or endpoint integration. Using the solution, you can build an API façade for all of your systems and applications by simply configuring the necessary system connections. Instead of creating and maintaining many different APIs independently, you can map and manage your interfaces from a single place. This also makes it easier to maintain documentation, which is helpful to your API users. Moreover, by decoupling your APIs from your backend systems, you can flexibly change your infrastructure (including the replacement of systems) without affecting the API façade.

Benefits of Using SEEBURGER BIS for API integration:

  • Convenience of Low Code
    Integrate your systems with minimal to no coding required.
  • Extend Your Existing Integrations
    Include MFT and other integration patterns.
  • Flexibility and Adaptability
    Thanks to the decoupling of APIs and backend infrastructure, changes on one side do not affect the other.
  • Single Place for Maintenance
    Using one single solution for interface mappings and API mediation allows for easy adaptations and corrections.
  • High Performance
    SEEBURGER interface mappings can handle high volume, and massive scalability.
  • Simplified Management
    Using a single integration and administration solution makes it easier to ensure transparency, provide documentation, share API lifecycle information and mock your APIs.
  • Protection of Backend Infrastructure
    API management provides user roles and access management, assures backend infrastructure protection and helps to control API traffic. Reduction of Time, Effort and Staff Requirements


Download this brochure to discover how the SEEBURGER BIS API Solution can help you get the most out of your APIs.

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The Value of API Scenarios – Customer Examples for API Management

Watch this webcast to discover how our customers are using the SEEBURGER BIS API solution to leverage value from their systems.

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Legacy System Integration with APIs

Read this blog to learn how the SEEBURGER BIS API solution can be used to integrate legacy backend systems via APIs.

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