Rapidly deliver digital innovation with an API factory built for monolithic core systems
In order to survive, enterprises must be able to rapidly compose new offerings and customer experiences from existing technology – a challenge for organizations with monolithic core systems.OpenLegacy finally offers these enterprises the promise of true composability. OpenLegacy’s patented technology bypasses complex ESB/SOA middleware to connect directly with mainframes and midrange systems. And it exposes data from those systems as standard microservice- and serverless-based APIs that can be nimbly composed into new digital experiences.
Say goodbye to your backlog. With Automatic Code
Generation, you can quickly and effortlessly generate
digital services from 50+ types of back-end systems. No special skills or changes to legacy systems required.
Blazing fast APIs. With direct-to-legacy
connections, you avoid complex layers of
technology and dramatically boost API
Go digital your way. In one step, you can deploy as
cloud-based serverless functions or microservice-based
APIs that live on premises, in the cloud, or both.
By reducing reliance on your
middleware, you will spend
less on licensing and simplify
Create any API or serverless
function without ever changing your legacy systems. Everything stays
exactly as is.
Enjoy enormous power
and flexibility out-of-the-box, while
easily customizing everything
to your needs.
New applications or features based on your legacy systems can meet the speed and testing rigor of your DevOps practice.
Beyond API creation, you can also optimize, maintain and govern large sets of enterprise APIs across the entire lifecycle.
Enjoy robust security options for controlling API access, controlling data visibility, and controlling user identity.
A Major Credit
Union Creates Legacy APIs
A Major LATAM Bank
Reduces Cost-per-API by
A Leading Insurance
Company Creates Oracles SP APIs
Already using your favorite API Management, Integration and Cloud tools? OpenLegacy makes them even better, by adding much needed legacy integration capabilities. Below is just a sample...