Post Reopened by Izzy
3 edited title
| link

Apache Camel vs Node Js vs Python Best Integration Framework for Fintech

2 deleted 533 characters in body
source | link

I am currently defining integration strategy for my company and evaluating different technology stack. Just to highlight, we are a fintech company and focused a lot on financial sector. We have digital banking solution and are looking forward for decoupling integrations from our digital offering so that we can do integration on site without engaging our off-shore team. Some of the key highlights of the integration solution should be:

  1. Based on micrservices achitecture
  2. Based on opensource technology so that we can built our solution without putting extra burden on the customer.
  3. Solution should support Any to Any integration scenarios.
  4. Should be extremely robust and easily manageable
  5. Should be able to interface with MOM like ActiveMQ, RabitMQ, Kafka, WebSphere MQ.
  6. Have the capability to connect to Redis, Vaults and etc.
  7. Allows us to easily consume and / or expose services.

I did my research and studied about Apache Camel which have very decent feature of defining routes and adopting EAI patterns as well. Moreover, i also checked same solution in node.js and python and found out that now these frameworks are so robust that you can basically integrate anything to anything with minimum line of code and be very robust doing that as well. Node.js and python allows us to expose any business function very easily and best thing is that we don't need lots of resources to compile it as well.

Appreciate if you guys can please share your experience on the same and suggest best technology stack between Apache Camel, node.js and pythonwhich suites the requirements.

Thanks in advance.

I am currently defining integration strategy for my company and evaluating different technology stack. Just to highlight, we are a fintech company and focused a lot on financial sector. We have digital banking solution and are looking forward for decoupling integrations from our digital offering so that we can do integration on site without engaging our off-shore team. Some of the key highlights of the integration solution should be:

  1. Based on micrservices achitecture
  2. Based on opensource technology so that we can built our solution without putting extra burden on the customer.
  3. Solution should support Any to Any integration scenarios.
  4. Should be extremely robust and easily manageable
  5. Should be able to interface with MOM like ActiveMQ, RabitMQ, Kafka, WebSphere MQ.
  6. Have the capability to connect to Redis, Vaults and etc.
  7. Allows us to easily consume and / or expose services.

I did my research and studied about Apache Camel which have very decent feature of defining routes and adopting EAI patterns as well. Moreover, i also checked same solution in node.js and python and found out that now these frameworks are so robust that you can basically integrate anything to anything with minimum line of code and be very robust doing that as well. Node.js and python allows us to expose any business function very easily and best thing is that we don't need lots of resources to compile it as well.

Appreciate if you guys can please share your experience on the same and suggest best technology stack between Apache Camel, node.js and python.

Thanks in advance.

I am currently defining integration strategy for my company and evaluating different technology stack. Just to highlight, we are a fintech company and focused a lot on financial sector. We have digital banking solution and are looking forward for decoupling integrations from our digital offering so that we can do integration on site without engaging our off-shore team. Some of the key highlights of the integration solution should be:

  1. Based on micrservices achitecture
  2. Based on opensource technology so that we can built our solution without putting extra burden on the customer.
  3. Solution should support Any to Any integration scenarios.
  4. Should be extremely robust and easily manageable
  5. Should be able to interface with MOM like ActiveMQ, RabitMQ, Kafka, WebSphere MQ.
  6. Have the capability to connect to Redis, Vaults and etc.
  7. Allows us to easily consume and / or expose services.

Appreciate if you guys can please share your experience on the same and suggest best technology stack which suites the requirements.

Thanks in advance.

    Post Closed as "off-topic" by Izzy
1
source | link

Apache Camel vs Node Js vs Python

I am currently defining integration strategy for my company and evaluating different technology stack. Just to highlight, we are a fintech company and focused a lot on financial sector. We have digital banking solution and are looking forward for decoupling integrations from our digital offering so that we can do integration on site without engaging our off-shore team. Some of the key highlights of the integration solution should be:

  1. Based on micrservices achitecture
  2. Based on opensource technology so that we can built our solution without putting extra burden on the customer.
  3. Solution should support Any to Any integration scenarios.
  4. Should be extremely robust and easily manageable
  5. Should be able to interface with MOM like ActiveMQ, RabitMQ, Kafka, WebSphere MQ.
  6. Have the capability to connect to Redis, Vaults and etc.
  7. Allows us to easily consume and / or expose services.

I did my research and studied about Apache Camel which have very decent feature of defining routes and adopting EAI patterns as well. Moreover, i also checked same solution in node.js and python and found out that now these frameworks are so robust that you can basically integrate anything to anything with minimum line of code and be very robust doing that as well. Node.js and python allows us to expose any business function very easily and best thing is that we don't need lots of resources to compile it as well.

Appreciate if you guys can please share your experience on the same and suggest best technology stack between Apache Camel, node.js and python.

Thanks in advance.