Integration Infrastructure Management (i2M) delivered by the Nastel Platform
- Cross Object Management
- Cross-platform Management
The Nastel Platform provides middleware administrators with the ability to manage IBM MQ, Kafka, Tibco EMS, IBM IIB and more.
From a single Pane of Glass, all queues, across all queue managers can be managed,
with global search, cut, copy and paste simplicity.
Changes can be scheduled, and roll-back is available to allow changes to be managed.
Ensure the performance and reliability of business-critical enterprise applications.
Deep, real-time file monitoring of all Queues, Streams, Messages.
Monitor your entire middleware estate from a single pane of glass (SPOG).
- IBM MQ
- IBM IIB
- TIBCO EMS
- and more.
- On-Premise / Datacenters
- Multi-Cloud (Public, Private, Hybrid)
- Wide range of Agents and Agentless connectors available in an open-sourced and supported GitHub Library.
Agents and Agentless Connectors
A Wide range of Agents and Agentless connectors is available in an open-sourced and supported GitHub Library.
We are continually adding additional methods to monitor new sources of machine data, based on requests from our customers.
Once created each connector is made available to our entire user community.
Moving Middleware to the Cloud
If you are moving your middleware to the cloud, or adding additional middleware into one or more cloud environments, you need the Nastel Platform
The Nastel Platform is designed to provide messaging middleware administrators (also known as shared services teams) with the ability to manage their entire messaging middleware estate across every platform, including mainframe, distributed datacenters and clouds.
When applications are moved to new virtualized (cloud) environments, the integrations established within your messaging middleware applications must be maintained.
Depending on the business need you will have chosen:
- Move your messaging middleware application to the cloud entirely,
- Created an additional new messaging middleware instance in the cloud,
- Kept your messaging system in place and just connected it to your cloud applications.
- You may have chosen to include an additional new variant of messaging middleware for your cloud applications (such as Kafka, Active MQ or Rabbit MQ).
- Whichever choice you take, the Nastel Platform can provide you with consistent management across your whole environment.
Allowing developers secure and private access to their messaging systems while allowing admins to maintain full control.
The Nastel platform provides a web based portal that is controlled by the shared services (Middleware) administration team, and allows developers full access to just their own assigned queues and messages. This self-service function allows thousands of developers direct immediate access to their own queues without the need to log a service request.
This can reduce the time to delivery for new apps and updates by weeks. Businesses find this solution can have an immediate positive impact on the TTM.
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