Jitterbit Offers Open-Source Integration|
Startup Jitterbit Inc. has launched out of beta its open source client and server for integrating applications.
Version 1.0 of the Alameda, Calif., company's namesake product is for developers looking to connect applications to data originating from various business systems, including enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management products, data warehouses and online marketplaces.
Among the major features in Jitterbit 1.0 is the inclusion of pre-defined integrations, called Jitterpaks, which are XML documents that encapsulate all the parts of an integration operation, including source, target, document definitions and data transformations. The feature is to help the open-source community build and share Jitterbit integrations, company officials said.
Jitterbit 1.0, released Monday, is available through the company's Web site.
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