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FME Server as an Enterprise Integration Platform? Absolutely!

FME Server Integration

Continuous digital transformation brings challenges in integrating new technology – CRM, CIS, financial systems, cloud computing, internet of things, and countless web applications – with legacy systems. How to approach these challenges? Well, did you know that FME Server has several features which make it a really good integration layer:


Support for hundreds of formats, ability to integrate data from diverse sources and make it available for use by anyone in any way they desire


Ability to connect to practically any web service

- built-in support for many commonly used web-based applications and services (Google, Amazon, Azure, SAP Hana, Salesforce, MS Dynamics 365…)
- HTTPCaller feature (accesses a URL via HTTP or HTTPS, performing a GET, PUT, POST, DELETE, HEAD, PATCH or OPTIONS operation)
- WebSocket Server feature (allows fast, real-time communication with client web applications that execute on WebSocket-supported browsers)
- Support for SOAP and REST services

Creating web services

Creating REST web services

Built-in features streamlining XML and JSON documents processing

JSON/XML Templater, Formatter, Validator, Fragmenter...

Creating schedules, queuing, notifications upon execution of the task, checking status of the task, increasing performance by scaling up and configuration


Numerous authentication methods and options - token service, role-based and user-based access control, assigning different permissions, LDAP integration

Below you’ll find examples of how FME can be used as an integration layer around different types of systems:

Finally, something special for true FME fans: wallpapers, screen savers and… sound clips 🙂