Announcing the new IBM DataPower Gateway X3

 

Overview

Businesses across the world depend on IBM DataPower Gateway

400+

financial institutions worldwide use IBM DataPower.

40+

different industries have companies that use IBM DataPower.

80+

countries with DataPower deployments.

How it’s used

Secure messages

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Secure messages

Comply with the latest industry security standards for the highest level of protection against attacks.

Control traffic

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Control traffic

Through simple configuration options, IBM DataPower provides message level throttling to back-end applications, ensuring no system is overrun by inbound messages, preventing unplanned outages.

Integrate workloads

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Integrate workloads

Comprehensive transport and data protocol support including IBM MQ and Apache Kafka as well as traditional, business critical data formats.

Optimize applications

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Optimize applications

With application caching, data can be stored in the gateway, reducing the amount of message traffic flowing to applications, improving response times while reducing overall network bandwidth.

Benefits

AI-powered integrations

Discover IBM Cloud Pak® for Integration

Extend your investment and scale with confidence by adding IBM DataPower Gateway.

Product versions

Explore which version is right for you.

IBM DataPower Gateway, physical

Purpose-built hardware offering, ideal for the DMZ with specialized security and message optimization.

IBM DataPower Gateway, virtual

Virtual appliance built for deployment flexibility across on-premises, cloud and hybrid deployments.

Client stories

Federal Bank

Federal Bank creates an API banking system to better integrate with other organizations and ecosystems

1Link

1LINK enables fast, affordable integration with API platform.

Q8 Petroleum Italia

Q8 Italia leads an enterprise-wide move to IBM Cloud Pak for Integration.

Get started

Try DataPower Gateway with a free container available in the IBM Entitled Registry.