Todd has a new and insightful article about observing the flow of traffic through a busy EDI network
Control & Operate Your Global EDI Network with ECGridOS
90+ API functions provide integrated EDI Communications for any platform, hosted infrastructure, or server-based capital line applications.
It was simply a matter of time until one of the foremost ECGridOS developers, NetEDI of the UK, scored another award for their superior integration offerings. NetEDI wins Sage Innovation Award for 2011
Todd has written a very clear topical post on a question we get all the time: “Is ECGrid a VAN?”, and “how does ECGrid and ECGridOS differ from typical VANs?”
Tweet Todd has posted a December update http://www.ld.com/december-2011-notes/ To expand on Todd’s update of the Loren Data Corp v. GXS antitrust appeal, Glenn Manishin, our new attorney for all matters going forward, is quite the force in telecom antitrust, Internet, and technology law practice areas - Atty. Manishin was a former DOJ litigator intimately involved in the landmark DOJ… [read more]
In case you are wondering – just what is involved in bringing an API to market – evolving it, and supporting it, and keeping the domain specific syntax relevant and easy to use??
You read it here first, ECGridOS EDI Network Management API now includes As2 functionality, encompassing features that no licensed As2 solution wille ever have – namely, the unification of VAN routed EDI messaging with As2 Communications.
Tweet If you are an ECGridOS developer, Programable Web has a new feature to add your listing to our API directory entry. See ECGridOS on Programmable Web. We get a great deal of referral traffic from Programmable Web, and our EDI API partners should share this bounty.
Now, we shall see the expanded ECGridOS API, the new ECGridAs2 SuperHub, and amazing API extensions Todd will shortly release from beta – we WILL see that the EDI Communication Industry ‘s future will assuredly NOT reside solely in the hands of one or two consolidated incumbents – rather, EDI’s fate will rest in the capable hands of innovators, developers, and entrepreneurs of the new movement called, “Enterprise and Supply Chain 2.0″ !!
If one sought to create a web services communications platform on the scale of ECGridOS or ECGrid (it’s interconnection and routing engine), the man years and testing alone would swamp all but the likes of IBM or Oracle. This is but one reason it is easy to answer the question: “Why did IBM buy Sterling after selling its wonderful IE VAN? The answer is obvious, it’s just too difficult to get the interconnects back in place and all tidied up after the customizations and personal relationships and expertise are gone with the wind.
Todd posted an update to inform our clients of new extensions to the ECGrid and ECGridOS systems. I am pasting it here in its entirety to save time: Of note -