Thursday, 15 October 2020 17:50

Boomi boosts its iPaaS

Boomi head of product Ed Macosky Boomi head of product Ed Macosky

Dell subsidiary Boomi has revealed plans to enhance its integration platform as a service.

AtomSphere Go is a new AtomSphere edition that allows developers to utilise all features of the platform as needed.

Among the included services are Integration, Flow, API Management, Master Data Hub and B2B/EDI Management, with unlimited users, connections, integrations and workflows.

Subscriptions start at $50 per month, including standard support, training, certifications and access to the Boomiverse community.

AtomSphere Go will be generally available in 2021, but organisations that can't wait that long may be accepted for the early access program.

Project LightSpeed aims to simplify data synchronisation projects.

The idea is to analyse metadata from Boomi's 12,000+ customers and apply those insights to the user's applications and data to automatically generate an appropriate data synchronisation solution, thus avoiding the need to configure and map all of the integration processes between applications.

According to Boomi, Project LightSpeed will be able to automate the majority of difficult and time-consuming tasks, including data analysis, model definition, and field-level mapping, thus reducing time to value.

The company did not indicate when this capability might be available to customers.

Aible. Boomi is working with AI company Aible to help businesses build and deploy AI models at an enterprise scale more quickly and easily by providing a low-code environment.

"AI is critical to the future of business and its effectiveness depends on having quality data to power intelligent insights. Together with Aible, Boomi will empower customers to unlock the value of their data without having to write a single line of code," said Boomi head of product Ed Macosky.

"As businesses increasingly need to adjust to ever-changing customer preferences, the Boomi and Aible partnership will help organisations pivot on a dime based on real-time, AI-driven insights."

Aible founder and CEO Arijit Sengupta said "In today's uncertain world, it is especially crucial that business users can leverage AI-powered recommendations to make the right decisions under uncertainty to deliver optimal business impact.

"This partnership with Boomi is expected to equip users with the insights they need to optimize sales, maximize profits, combat resource constraints, and drive smarter business decisions.

"As the world continues to change, the companies that will advance will be the ones that can be creative and quickly pivot according to market needs – and those adjustments will all be driven by AI."

The Boomi-Aible connector is now available through the Boomi Aible early access program (participation is subject to qualification).

Participants benefit from a cost-free engagement that includes a custom AI model for a specific business use case, a custom blueprint to proliferate the model across the organisation, and support from Boomi and Aible.

The companies did not indicate when general availability is likely.

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