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Power All Your Integrations with AtomSphere

How It Works

The Boomi AtomSphere integration platform as a service (iPaaS) supports all your application integration processes – between cloud platforms, software-as-a-service applications, and on-premise systems. Your entire team has online access to a powerful range of integration and data management capabilities, that can be realized in a fraction of the time of legacy middleware technologies


AtomSphere uses a visual interface to configure application integrations. Using drag-and-drop integration process and data mapping tools, along with a library of application and technology connectors, you can build simple to sophisticated integrations with exceptional speed.


Once built, integration processes are deployed to the Boomi Atom, a lightweight runtime engine. The Atom allows your integrations to be deployed wherever needed: in Boomi’s Atom Cloud; in a public or private cloud; or on-premise. If needed, multiple Atoms can be clustered as a Boomi Molecule to provide a high-scale, fault-tolerant integration runtime.


Regardless of the Atom deployment option, your integration processes are all centrally managed through the Boomi platform. The Manage functionality in Boomi enables users to monitor the health and activity of all Atoms, and to access detailed process logs. You can also set up proactive notifications for any issues related to your integration processes.

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Enterprise-class integration, without the hassle.

With its visual design interface, Boomi takes care of
the complexity that would typically require significant
developer resources.