iHub (Integration Infrastructure)

The iHub's architecture centralizes common, cross-cutting functions and allows you to concentrate on supporting specific business concerns.

iHub is an Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS) customized to fit Berkeley's particular and varied needs and centrally funded to promote the evolution of campus IT to a more agile, secure, service-based digital environment.

We run service containers based on Spring Boot™, an open-source Java-based framework that greatly simplifies configuration and is often used to create stand-alone micro services. APIs built with it can be run on any JVM, but are especially suited to run within a containerization platform such as Docker.

We also operate a robust messaging platform based on Apache ActiveMQ and share our expertise to shorten your learning curve.

iHub fulfills the non-functional requirements of integration services:

  • Physical and network security management
  • Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)
  • Heartbeat monitoring and logging
  • Exception management and notifications

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