Solve any integration challenge

The TIBCO Cloud™ Integration iPaaS (integration Platform-as-a-Service) addresses any integration challenge through traditional and modern approaches. Accelerate the integration process through hundreds of pre-built connectors to popular endpoints and technologies. Connect apps and data across on-premises and cloud environments, design and deploy APIs, develop cloud-native apps using microservices, efficiently process IoT data on edge devices, and more.

Supported Use Cases

  • Application integration
  • Data Integration
  • B2B Integration
  • Process Automation
  • IoT integration & edge processing
  • API Management
Application Integration
  • API-led including RESTful, GraphQL, AsyncAPI and gRPC with full API lifecycle management
  • Event-based integration flows and messaging
  • File-based integration
  • Legacy interfaces including SOAP, XML, and mainframe
Data Integration
  • Data migration, replication, synchronization, and complex transformations
  • Data-as-a-service architectures using APIs with full API lifecycle management 
  • Data stream processing through connectivity to Apache Kafka, Apache Pulsar, AWS Kinesis, and more 
B2B integration
  • API-based for flexible business services with full API lifecycle management
  • Industry protocols such as  EDI, HL/7 and Swift
  • File-based integration
Process Automation
  • Create, streamline or automate business processes or workflows
IoT integration and edge processing
  • Standard IoT protocols, such as MQTT and CoAP 
  • Edge processing that executes ML models on IoT data
API Management
  • Create APIs from any data source
  • Discover APIs across your business
  • Define API product packages and take them to market
  • Securely manage API traffic across your ecosystem
  • Unlock operational and business insights with modern API analytics

Find Your Connector

The TIBCO Cloud Integration iPaaS supports hundreds of connectors for applications and technologies including CRM, ERP, marketing, and ecommerce systems, databases, text files, and standards like REST, OData, and XML.