Fiorano API Management

Exposing interfaces to unique corporate data creates value that many companies have difficulty unlocking on their own. By exposing internal enterprise data and application functionality to external applications on mobile devices, consoles and affiliate Web sites, an organization can transform its business into an extensible platform. Enterprises require ways to publish APIs to external developers, to interact with customers over new mobility and social channels, innovative and evolve ways to reach new customers through partner and third party applications and exploit the exponential explosion of client end-points to drive end-user business, among others.

Integration approach to API Management: Fiorano API Management is particularly well-suited for enterprises that need deep integration capabilities to build APIs on top of existing applications. The system offers a range of capabilities, including protocol transformation, mobile backend-as-a-service (MBaaS), standards-based access management, version management, API rate limiting, and metering (analytics). Backend and third-party web services can be transformed into easily consumable APIs, governed by self-service policies.

Fiorano API Management also provides contextual analysis and visibility into API initiatives and associated digital assets to help drive developer and user engagement. The system is available both as an on-premise platform and as a cloud service.
Fiorano API Management platform comprises server technology that provides:
Security: Security descriptors provide the enterprise fine-grained control over which end-users and user-groups can access an API.
Metering: For each API, a count is maintained of the number of times the API has been called, together with a list of which applications have made the calls. IT is possible to set metering limits as well as charges on a per-call (or other) basis for all API calls.
Monitoring: This allows system administrators to track which APIs are using the most resources (CPU, memory etc.) and to graph the related information to identify hotspots and contention. Using this information, system administrators may decide, for instance, to split API call-load over multiple API Management servers (provided the underlying solution allows for this scaling-out process).
Management: A high level view of the overall implement of API Management across the enterprise, including a synopsis of the security, metering and monitoring processes running across multiple servers within and outside the enterprise firewall.
Developer Support and Socialization: Exposed APIs need to be marketed or socialized to third-party developers; this is typically done via developer portals, either within or external to the API management platform, where available APIs are published.
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Fiorano API Management Components
API Management Server
  • This is the central server which acts as the repository for the API Projects created by users and deploys them to API Gateway Servers.
  • Hosts the API dashboard
  • Incorporates an Analytics engine and performs various aggregation/ingestion functions.
  • Manages Role Based Access Control

API Gateway Server

  • Acts as a reverse proxy server for the backend REST/SOAP based web services that are to be exposed as APIs
  • Receives client requests and performs Caching, Traffic Control, Quota Management, Authentication and Authorization before letting the request pass to a back end server.
  • Provides load balancing capabilities in case the target service is hosted on multiple servers.

API Dashboard
The dashboard, hosted in the API Management server, provides interfaces to

  • Create API projects with zero coding
  • Define various API products, Developers and Subscriptions
  • Analyze API trends, investigate spikes, define various roles, environments, partners and more.
Developer Portal
The developer portal allows enterprises to publish and socialize their APIs. Support is included for
  • Self signup of developers, allowing automatic subscription to public APIs
  • Viewing API documentation related to various public and protected APIs.

Types of API Exposures
Expose-To-All APIs (Public)
  • APIs open to all developers
  • Apps typically targeted towards consumers outside the enterprise
  • Goals : engaging customers through external developers
Expose-To-selected APIs (Partners)
  • APIs open to select business partners only
  • Apps targeted towards both consumers and business users
  • Goals : specific to the business of the enterprise
Expose to Enterprise APIs (Internal)
  • APIs exposed only to developers within the enterprise
  • Apps targeted towards employees and/or enterprise systems
  • Goals: driving employee productivity and internal system efficiencies

Fiorano API Management Key Capabilities
Industry best security and integration in one solution
  • Based on Fiorano market leading ESB and SOA platform
  • Download and install in 30 mins and begin deploying your APIs
Rapid, Configuration-based API Development – Zero Coding
  • Create and deploy new APIs in minutes
  • Easily create portals to socialize your APIs
  • Visible ROI in days, not month
Out of the box business analytics and operation insight
  • Pinpoint key market fluctuations and correlations related to your business
  • Sophisticated inspection and debugging tools to identify bottlenecks and reduce development/deployment times
Support for continuous iterative development
  • API updates with minimal interruption
  • Integrated debug/test/rollout to rapidly fix production issues
  • Point-and-click snapshot restoration to previous versions

Fiorano API Management Key Features
API Gateway: Fiorano provides a linearly scalable, agent-based API gateway. Agents (i.e. exposed APIs) have the inbuilt capability to handle policies to detect threshold overruns and exceptions/error conditions, with the generated events being monitored via a central Fiorano Enterprise Server that may be hosted either in the cloud or within the Enterprise firewall.
API Development: The Fiorano platform allows developers to create APIs using a visual drag-drop-configure approach. Fiorano supports WebService and REST-based API development.
Mediation: The platform includes a powerful set of prebuilt mediation components for data transformation, routing, protocol transformation and more.
API Repository: Fiorano includes an API Repository allowing developers to manage and test deployed APIs from a web based console.
Monitoring: Deployed APIs can be monitored for performance throughput, errors and overloads. Alerts can be configured for these conditions.
API Security: Deployed APIs can be secured using WS-Security standards for webservice-based APIs and HTTP-based authentication for REST based APIs.
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BackOffice Associates announces release of Quadrate ERP2 V9.13.131

May 31, 2018May 31, 2018

Release Notes: ERP²® Version 9.13.131

BackOffice Associates Announces Freemium Quadrate ERP2 (SAP Batch Uploader) License with Latest Version 9.13

May 31, 2018

BackOffice Associates Announces Freemium Quadrate ERP² License with Latest Version 9.13

McLean, VA — May 30, 2018  BackOffice Associates, the worldwide leader in information governance and data stewardship solutions, today announced a new free version of its Quadrate ERP² solution. Quadrate ERP² empowers business users by offering a Microsoft Excel interface for SAP ERP® systems, which enables quick uploads of massive amounts of data, such as master data, as well as facilitates data merges. New customers will receive one free named license of the latest version in addition to three months of complimentary customer support. 

Designed specifically to streamline enterprises’ access to SAP ERP systems, the new release offers enhanced security options, allows the ability to save SAP credentials and adds support for the "SAP UI Landscape format". Japanese language localization, as well as support for all Windows versions, makes the latest version of this successful productivity tool a good fit for domestic and international enterprises using SAP ERP systems.

Companies taking advantage of the Freemium offer will be able to interact with BackOffice Associates’ Quadrate Product Support team via the cloud-based Help Center. The searchable product knowledge base as well as release notes and documentation can be accessed at

About BackOffice Associates

BackOffice Associates is a worldwide leader in information governance and data stewardship solutions, focusing on helping customers manage one of their most critical assets – data. Our range of award-winning products, built on a revolutionary platform, address the needs of business users seeking to unlock the value of their data assets. Our products and services enable organizations to accelerate growth, gain actionable visibility and reduce risks. Founded in 1996, we have an unparalleled record of success in the most complex data environments across a variety of industries. Customers include many Fortune 1000 companies including Eli Lilly, Kraft and Graybar. BackOffice Associates is a global corporation headquartered in Massachusetts with additional offices in the U.S., Australia, Canada, Dubai, India, Singapore, Switzerland and the U.K. To learn more, please visit

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HiT Software Inc. released DBMoto V9.5.21

May 25, 2018May 25, 2018
  • Add performance transactional mode: Log Server Agent for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, IBM DB2 for i, IBM Informix, and PostgreSQL 
  • Added SAP HANA as a source database for transactional replications
  • Added a bulk mirroring option for performance
  • Added support for JSON format files / JSON datatype.
  • Improved, integrated support for Hadoop
  • Add support to manage schema changes


DBMoto Release Note V9