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The Boomi Platform

Platform Overview

Built from the mightiness of cloud-native technologies and the power of distributed computing, Boomi’s multi-cloud, independent platform supports everyone with legendary ease-of-use and superior adaptability, flexibility, and scalability.

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Features

  • Intelligence

    Embedded artificial intelligence capabilities to help you build faster and manage easier.

  • Scale

    Elastically scale as needed to handle varying workloads.

  • Composability

    Reusable building blocks and powerful automatability.

  • Security

    Built with enterprise-grade security and reliability.

  • Democratization

    UX for all roles and skills supporting role-based access control and team-based development.

  • Lifecycle Management

    Built-in versioning and governance controls for integrations, workflows, APIs, and data models.

Deployments

Integrations built on the platform are deployed to our unique, patented, distributed runtime architecture to execute. The runtime is a headless, lightweight, remotely managed, and self-updating service that can be deployed anywhere and in a variety of configurations. Only Boomi allows you to mix any of these options in a hybrid fashion based on your use case.

Boomi hosts in the cloud

The “Runtime Public Cloud” is fully maintained by Boomi. This is ideal for cloud-to-cloud deployments and where you desire a completely managed, zero-footprint solution.

You host in the cloud

Hosted at your cloud provider or at your remote edge. This option is ideal if your infrastructure is located at a cloud provider like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure or if you have edge locations needing connectivity, such as retail shops, restaurants, and even mobile edge deployments like trucks and ships.

You host on-premises

Hosted in your data center. This is ideal when the data traffic between your applications needs to stay behind your firewall, and also when you want full control over security, scalability, and fault tolerance.

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