Topic: boomi

Boomi API Control Plane allows for easier discovery and governance of APIs

Boomi is helping companies more easily discover, manage, and govern all of their APIs with the launch of the Boomi API Control Plane.  This new offering utilizes technology gained from Boomi’s recent acquisition of the federated API management company APIIDA.  According to Boomi, organizations can sometimes have “shadow APIs,” which are APIs that exist outside … continue reading

Boomi platform gets conversational AI for integrating apps

Boomi is enhancing its connectivity and integration platform with Boomi GPT, a conversational AI that customers can use to automate tasks in the Boomi platform.  It was trained on data from over 200 million of Boomi’s integrations and can enable customers to connect applications, data, processes, people, and devices. Similar to ChatGPT, users will provide … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CodeLogic’s app dependency mapping solution, TPG to acquire Boomi from Dell, and Obviously AI’s seed funding

CodeLogic announced a new automated approach that enables developers to quickly generate a centralized, living map of complex system architectures such as ServiceNow, RedHat and Linux. Developers can then use this to determine how to handle code refactoring and rewrites, and safely explore new features, according to the company.  The new solution enables developers to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Trello integrates with Post-it, Hyperledger Foundation announces Avalon, and Boomi announces business insights and event driven architecture initiative

The Post-it App is integrating with the visual project collaboration solution Trello in order to turn Post-it Notes into digital project plans.  Users can take photos of up to 200 Post-it Notes, each of which will be recognized as an individual card that can be uploaded to a Trello board. Users can then organize their … continue reading

Microsoft’s quantum future, Red Hat launches Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions and more — SD Times News Digest: September 26, 2017

Microsoft reveals quantum computing progress During their Ignite event in Orlando, Microsoft announced the current state of their quantum computing project led by mathematician Michael Freedman, which aims to develop the hardware and software foundation for future quantum computers. So far, the project’s most prominent development is a Visual Studio-integrated programming language that is designed … continue reading Protection Status