Magic Software Enterprises Ltd., (NASDAQ and TASE: MGIC), a global provider of end-to-end integration and application development solutions and IT consulting services, today announced the expansion of its integration offering with its launch of Magic xpc, a hybrid integration platform as a service (iPaaS), enabling customers to accelerate digital transformation on the cloud, on-premises or on both.
The Magic xpc lightweight integration platform joins the company’s flagship Magic xpi Integration Platform, which is ideal for organizations requiring robust on-premises or private cloud integration.
Magic xpc is powered by its out-of-the-box integration connectors for mainstream business applications, databases, protocols and tools for building custom integrations. Magic xpc’s API-driven high productivity environment is designed to connect business applications, data sources and new touchpoints—up to 85% faster, improving digital customer engagement while retaining seamless data sharing throughout the applications’ lifecycles.
More and more enterprises prefer to integrate their applications using iPaaS. Gartner estimates that iPaaS market revenue will grow from $694.2 million in 2016 to $3.4 billion in 2021.*
Highlights for this Magic xpc release include:
- Fast implementation and code-free – In line with Magic Software’s other easy-to-use, code-free platforms, Magic xpc is a modern integration platform with an intuitive and user-friendly interface, including walkthrough screens, and a graphical data transformation and mapping designer, which can be used by IT pros, business analysts and integration specialists.
- Microservices-based – Magic’s iPaaS platform was built using node.JS and docker technology, making it ideal to run, scale and maintain integration processes in the cloud, including IoT, Mobile and Chatbots related integration projects.
- Robust monitoring and alerting capabilities – Magic xpc users can monitor their integration flows and create and manage alerts from a single interface.
- Multi-cloud – Built on top of open-source components with no cloud vendor lock-in, Magic xpc is available on both public and private AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud worldwide, and is ready for multi-cloud architectures.
“Our expanded offering provides our customers and partners with a 100% native cloud solution powered by pre-defined connectors, an easy-to-use interface and an open, elastic and scalable architecture. Magic xpc’s subscription-based, flexible pricing model enables organizations to embed integration management features directly into their products with a low cost, low risk entry points and a quick time to value,” said Yuval Lavi, Vice President of Technology & Innovation at Magic Software. "We will continue to provide both our existing and new customers with advanced IT technologies coupled with strong encryption and security measures, empowering them with the technology to securely run their integrations anywhere they want.”
*Gartner, Inc., Market Snapshot: Integration Platform as a Service, Worldwide, 2016, Bindi Bhullar et al, October 11, 2017, https://www.gartner.com/document/3814771
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