The Ibis Adapter Framework is an open source framework for integration solutions and backend applications. It consists of 100+ building blocks that can be configured and chained together without any programming.
The IAF is a framework to build integration solutions and backend applications that will run on any cloud or java application server. It consists of 100+ building blocks that can be configured and chained together without any programming.
Why should I use the Ibis Adapter Framework?
The IAF was built to integrate an application landscape and at same time to satisfy the needs of the service management departments. It focusses on code reuse, every piece of java code is made into a reusable building block which can be used many times.
How does the Ibis Adapter Framework work?
An IAF application typically consists of a set of adapters, each adapter is configured in XML and consists of listeners and senders chained together with logical building blocks called pipes. New connectivity or logical blocks are built in Java and all inherit IAF behaviour.