Microservice Design and Integration
Service oriented architecture has finally entered the 21st century. Warewolf allows developers to use a visual, flow-based, drag and drop environment to design and create microservices, and then call those microservices from directly within their applications. The end result is months of programming accomplished in days and a total revolution in how we think about and use the SOA framework.
Drag. Drop. Call. Business application development will never be the same.
The beauty of Warewolf is that it doesn't require you to learn anything new. If you've used a drag and drop design tool, then you'll feel right at home with Warewolf. Complex integrations and systems are now as easy to create as a flow chart.
Using Warewolf Studio, you'll layout and design your microservices just as you normally would. Then, supply the proper variables and credentials, add any number of connectors where necessary, and call Warewolf from within your application.
That's all there is. You just created and used a microservice.
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Awards and Recognition
"Warewolf gives me the power to build robust services that satisfy complex business requirements and cut the development costs."
Marko Mitresky – Software Consultant
"Warewolf is very useful for quickly creating background jobs, especially for line-of-business, or process-heavy applications."
Chris Riley – Technologist
"Warewolf's usage of APIs.json is exactly what we had envisioned when it comes to providing API discovery solutions."
Kin Lane – API Evangelist
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