SAP Integration Server (SAP IS)
Definition - What does SAP Integration Server (SAP IS) mean?
SAP (a German global software corporation) integration server (SAP IS) is the key component of SAP exchange infrastructure (SAP XI), which enables network and operating system (OS) cross-communication. It provides internal and external connectivity for SAP enterprise application integration (EAI). SAP IS controls inbound and outbound communications across Web applications, including such controls during system configuration.
Techopedia explains SAP Integration Server (SAP IS)
SAP IS operates via two cohesive processing components: integration and the business process engine. The business process engine provides integration services, such as routing across its entire domain. It also provides adapter mapping/management and messaging logic definition which specifies how messages are transmitted. Thus, quality requirements continuously remain intact.
- SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI)
- Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)
- System Configuration (SC)
- Business Process Engine (BPE)
- Data Integration Service
- SAP Integration Server (SAP IS)
- Extensible Markup Language (XML)
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
- SAP Integration Repository (SAP IR)
- SAP Integration Adapter (SAP IA)
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