The data and application integration market is a crowded space, including enterprise offerings like Microsoft BizTalk, Software AG webMethods, SnapLogic, and Informatica; open source players like WSO2, Talend, and MuleSoft; and lightweight, templated players like Zapier and Workato.
The templated offerings offer all the speed and ease of use of low-code platforms, but fall short when it comes to complex enterprise scenarios. The other products are enterprise-centric, but many of them require extensive coding to deal with such real-world situations.
Toro seeks to combine the best capabilities of all of these alternatives in its ‘code first’ integration service, which it delivers via the cloud or downloadable for on-premises implementation.
Support for numerous types of endpoints is built in, as well as queuing, master data management, and other advanced capabilities. Leveraging Groovy, a modern scripting environment for Java, developers can implement a range of different types of integrations with a single line of code.
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