Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

Quick link: ESB Core Integration Guide

An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a software architecture that uses a bus-like infrastructure. The "bus" concept enables you to integrate multiple applications by putting a communication bus between them, allowing each application to talk to the bus. This decouples applications from each other and allows them to communicate without dependency on other systems on the bus. An ESB can also be referred to as "middleware," which is a broader term for computer software that provides services to software applications beyond those available from the operating system. 

An ESB is needed for financial institutions using a non-integrated core banking system. These financial institutions are unable to use the direct core connection method to integrate with the Narmi platform, and require the ESB infrastructure to work with Online Banking and Digital Account Opening.

Narmi is not responsible for the ESB integration and instead provides an ESB Core Integration Guide for the financial institution or ESB vendor to implement. For questions on this integration, please contact support@narmi.com.

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