A high-performance and highly scalable no-code environment to develop, install, and execute Flow Director Apps. It is available as a single self-updated distribution that runs on-premise, Docker, or in the cloud.
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Flow Director can integrate any messaging system inbound and outbound. It provides access to databases as well as to any other system that offers a REST API. Plus - it provides a REST API itself to expose any flow as a secure web service. And all this by simple drag and drop of flow components. No coding!
Connect ActiveMQ Classic and Artemis brokers.
Connect AMQP 1.0 and 0.9.1 brokers.
Connect IBM MQ brokers.
Access any JDBC compliant database.
Connect any JMS broker.
Connect Apache Kafka brokers.
Connect MQTT 3.1/3.1.1 brokers.
Connect RabbitMQ brokers.
Connect to/from Flow Director via REST.
Connect Apache Pulsar brokers
Connect Solace brokers.
Connect to SwiftMQ router networks.
Flow Director extends and includes the open-source messaging system SwiftMQ by taking control over SwiftMQ's internal microservice engine SwiftMQ Streams and using it as runtime.
Flow Director can be connected to an existing SwiftMQ network but can also run entirely separately.
You don't need to run SwiftMQ as your messaging system!
All logic will be created graphically by connecting components to flows. No coding. Flows run event-driven and independent in a transactional context within a SwiftMQ router — a real microservice.
You orchestrate Flows within the whole connected SwiftMQ router network. They are deployed, activated, deactivated, and updated from a central, web-based orchestration panel.
A Flow Director App is an isolated application that contains all flows and dashboards and all authentication information that belongs to this app. A user logs into an app, not into Flow Director.
Apps can be exported and imported by drag and drop. It is easy to perform backups or transfer them from a development into a test or production environment or share it with others.