Differentiating features of IBM B2B Integrator

Data and network security

Offers identity management features, including authorization, and optional DMZ based security with multi-factor authentication (IBM Secure Proxy), the ability to secure data at-rest or in-motion transport and PGP encryption.

High availability communications and disaster recovery

B2B Advanced Communications separate customer facing communications from core processing so business documents can continue to be received during an outage while optional High Availability Mailboxing provides real-time file-based synchronization across multiple data centers to enable an active/active approach in disaster recovery situations.

Communications protocol support

An extensive set of communication protocols are supported out-of-box including web services, S/FTP/S client and server, HTTP/S, SMTP, Applicability Statement (AS1-AS4), RosettaNet, WebDAV and Zengin TCP/IP, plus SSL and SSH and others so you never have to say "No" to an on-boarding request.

Centralized on-boarding

While B2B Integrator can on-board trading partners, IBM Partner Engagement Manager works in conjunction with B2B Integrator to help centralize on-boarding across RESTapi enabled applications. Self-service on-boarding for partners and line-of-business staff ends reliance on I.T. while a "local" feature allows the storage of sensitive partner data behind your firewall.

Architect's checklist - Selling the value of B2B Integration

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Customer case studies

  • B2B integrator for the housewares industry

    Bradshaw International
  • B2B integration for the transporation industry

    Allen Lund Company
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Technical details

Software requirements

Software requirements for IBM B2B Integrator can be found here.

    Hardware requirements

    Hardware requirements for IBM B2B Integrator can be found here.

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