OmniConnect is not just software, it is a full-service solution. It includes ongoing monitoring and validation of the transactional data that flows through your systems. We know that this the most critical piece of the overall solution, our customers cannot afford downtime, lost orders, missing transactions and do not have time to learn, monitor and become integration experts. Our customers are the best at what they do, we are the best at what we do, this is how we create joint success by working together!
The OmniConnect platform has been built for the cloud as a true SaaS product, it wasn’t adapted or converted to SaaS, it has been built from the ground up for the cloud based on managed platform services (PaaS) in Microsoft Azure.
Scalability, Stability & Resilience
Codeunit's OmniConnect iPaaS platform is built 100% on a serverless architecture. Serverless computing enables automatic scaling, high availability, and efficient resource usage as it runs on cloud infrastructure. The platform provider, Microsoft Azure, make sure that we have all the resources needed to scale as the transaction volume increase for our customers. In the case of a peak in transactions, OmniConnect will scale up dynamically to keep up with handling transactions from one system, and at the same time keep those transactions queued up until the receiving system can catch up and process them. All this is handled automatically and dynamically without any actions needed from you.
The architecture of OmniConnect is based on the proven Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) design. It means that all communications and transactions between integrated systems are managed by our middle layer – the “bus”. This allows the integrated systems to be loosely coupled, which is a must to accomplish a scalable and reliable solution. One critical advantage with this architecture is that every single piece of communication and transaction between the systems connected with Microsoft Dynamics Business Central using the OmniConnect iPaaS platform is a traceable message. These messages are tracked and logged in OmniConnect, which means that nothing ever occur in the system without leaving an audit trail.
Business Central Integrations
MS Dynamics Business Central is an ERP software application, not an integration platform. The underlying infrastructure and tools needed are not available in the ERP to handle high volume integration projects, monitoring, and transaction flow validations. Point-to-point integrations, where Business Central transact and is directly connected to another system, might initially seem like the easiest way to go when building an integration, however over time it becomes hard to manage and prone to errors that are difficult to troubleshoot. A tightly coupled point-to-point integration is also vulnerable to performance issues that spread across systems when one system has to wait for another to complete a task. A solution built natively in Business Central will not suffice in the long run, and it will require a significant time investment to deploy, configure, customize, and support.
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