Mashup and Portals
What is a mashupA mashup combines data from multiple sources to create new information. It relies on the separation of form and content in applications. Mashups can be used to solve many common integration and portal issues.
The problem with contemporary mashupsLegacy enterprise applications do not facilitate easy separation of form and content. Fusion's technology is capable of extracting content from existing applications at the UI level, without modifying the application's source code.
Fusion's mashup portal solutionFusion's mashup engine is downloaded into the user's Web browser. It then assembles portals using its mashup technology.
Mashup a wide range of applications including Web, Windows, mainframe, unix, java, Citrix-based apps.
Fusion connects to the UI of the application. Hence there is no code change needed for the applications.
Integration and Workflows
Application integration using FusionFusion's ability to separate form and content from legacy applications allows it to effectively integrate applications. The Fusion integration engine orchestrates the extraction and flow of data between applications at the user interface level. As a result, the integration process does not involve any code modifications on the participating applications. This provides a significant cost and time reduction for enterprises seeking quick and effective application integration.
Workflow–enable legacy applicationsApplications in enterprises are usually inter-related and business users often need to perform a fixed sequence of actions between these applications in order to achieve a business transaction. Such "human workflows" can be quickly automated by Fusion, which can fit a workflow layer in front of legacy applications.
Improve operational efficiency of business users by over 80% by using Fusion to automate workflows between applications.
Provide integration and workflow solutions to businesses within weeks. Enable business units to become more competitive and cost-efficient simultaneously.
Identity Management and Single Sign On
The Problem With Server Side SSOSetting up an conventional enterprise Single Sign On facility for a range of heterogeneous applications is extremely expensive and often in-effective due to technology incompatibilities. The server-side approach to SSO requires integration with various authentication schemes. Handling the heterogeneity poses the biggest challenge for server-side SSO. Enterprise users today have to work with Web, Windows, Unix, mainframe, and various thick-client legacy applications including Java Swing, .Net etc.
Using Mashup Technology for SSOFusion's SSO module uses its integration and mashup features to orchestrate the user's credentials into component applications when required. This mechanism makes it easier to perform SSO into a wide range of heterogeneous application technologies. Fusion is bundled with a sophisticated Identity Management server that can securely store and retrieve user credentials and apply a range of policies to ensure that security and authenticity of the credentials is maintained.
Instantly enable SSO into a wide range of heterogeneous application technologies. Make users more efficient in accessing business applications and yet maintain the security and integrity of user credentials.
Auto-launch and auto re-login settings in Fusion ensure that application resources are utilized only when they are needed. At the point of use, the business user is not burdened with the task of manually logging into the desired application.