100% Java Integration with All Major EAI And B2Bi Systems
Red Oak's HP Integrator is the world's most advanced solution for Hewlett Packard e3000 legacy systems application integration. Designed specifically to enable production host applications to be programmatically automated, HP Integrator can be the key element in any HP application integration project. HP Integrator's key features are:
HP Integrator Features
The HP Integrator suite consists of these two components:
- 100% Java
- Full programmatic integration with any
Enterprise Application Integration or B2Bi infrastructure
- Includes full-featured API
and Runtime Environment
- Seamless, fully automated approach
- Provides easy and seamless integration with all Java API adapters
- Resource leverage
- Legacy applications unchanged
- Access to any HP e3000-based
- Standard industry protocols
API and Runtime Environment
EAI - Application Server Connectivity
- 100% Java programs
- Fully extensible code
- Server-based implementation - NT/XP or any UNIX variant
- Efficient, highly scaleable program execution
- Built-in Java terminal emulator for HP e3000
- Connectivity to all major integration middleware platforms
- Server-based implementation - Linux, Unix, or NT/XP
- Runs concurrently with Runtime Environment
All components of Red Oak's HP Integrator are written entirely in Java, fully support Java Beans, and have been specifically designed for server-based implementation. The resulting technology takes full advantage of the benefits of server-based applications (centralized access and management, etc.) and enables connectivity and true enterprise application integration with all HP e3000 legacy systems. According to the Gartner Group, 70% of all corporate data still resides on these legacy systems and if an existing internal application requires data from any other legacy application in the enterprise, Red Oak can easily enable this programmatic connectivity.
The real power of this unique solution is its innovative approach and the resource leverage it provides for integrating HP e3000-based applications.
HP Integrator API and the Runtime Environment provide the fastest, easiest production solution for programmatically accessing any e3000-based applications and data. The high level abstracted API contains all the constructs necessary to programmatically integrate any HP application and the Runtime Environment is the enabling mechanism that allows the Java programs created using the API to execute on any NT/XP, Linux or UNIX server.
Included with the product is an embedded Java terminal emulator that has been optimized to provide the most robust, reliable and scaleable emulation environment available. Due to the advanced features of the emulator, execution speeds are superb and processing overhead is minimal. Production throughput is limited only by network connection and bandwidth considerations.
With the HP Integrator API and Runtime Environment, you can simultaneously execute multiple applications and/or execute the same application multiple times in parallel.
Red Oak's HP Integrator works with any of the major integration middleware or application server systems adapters supporting Java, since all code is standard. This facilitates the incorporation of HP Integrator applications into any other Java subsystem. It enables the seamless integration of legacy HP e3000 application functionality with any of the major Java server systems, thus providing production application data access to and from any application that can communicate via the specific subsystem's messaging event protocol. All HP Integrator connectivity executes concurrently with the Runtime Environment and, in essence, binds HP Integrator and the app server or integration middleware system together. Through this connectivity, the subsystem knows both how to receive and send events and how to use the HP Integrator application subsystem.
For more information and details on HP Integrator, please review the materials below.
View/Download HP Integrator Datasheet (186k)
View/Download Application Integration Framework™ FAQ
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