Software AG is offering its webMethods software including Integration Server, Universal Messaging, SAP Adapter, JDBC Adapter, CloudStreams, Trading Networks and ActiveTransfer under a free 180-day trial.
The strategy of Software AG is to promote webMethods 9.8, the newest version of the webMethods portfolio.
The free webMethods software assists enterprises to evaluate the latest versions of its webMethods software in order to connect their different, disparate on-premise, hybrid or Cloud software seamlessly to optimize their A2A, B2B, Mobile, Big Data, Cloud and social applications across a single platform.
Software AG Chief Technology Officer Wolfram Jost said: “webMethods 9.8 takes a significant stride towards enhancing and expanding our cloud offerings, improving developer productivity, supporting emerging standards, and making business users more productive with process improvements, while delivering analytics performance.”
More than 4,000 companies, including many Fortune 1000 companies, have used Software AG’s webMethods Integration Platform, a middleware solution.
Main features of webMethods 9.8:
# Enhanced OData support, which enables applications hosted on Force.com to more easily connect and access data from external sources
# Expanded Microservices support for popular Java development models (such as POJOs or Spring Beans)
# Extended hybrid cloud leadership, which enables users to develop simple, multi-step orchestration flows between any SaaS or on premises applications, providing support for complex integration patterns
# Support for non-programmer visual integration based on MIT Scratch development language (also known as ‘citizen programming’)
# Full suite of adaptors for AWS services
# Wizard-driven, native mobile application development
# Support for the latest Apple, Android, and Microsoft devices
# New predictive BPM process analytics, providing estimated time of arrival analytics for processes that are in-flight and seamless transitions from operational to historic analytics
# Major improvements with the first in-memory BAM product, Optimize, allowing business people to detect anomalies instantly with real-time tracking of processes.