- Updated on 17 Feb 2020
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Composable architecture and Mambu Connectors
A composable architecture is an integral part of a cloud based or cloud native platform like Mambu. It is a modular software design methodology consisting of small, self-contained and easily- interchangeable building blocks. An orchestration layer directs all interactions between components, providing flexibility and seamless integration with other services.
This setup allows Mambu to scale, adapt, and innovate much faster than traditional monoliths.
Mambu as a company believes in building an ecosystem for our customers. Our partner ecosystem consists of the following type of partners:
You can see the list of all our technology partners in the Mambu Marketplace. This part of the documentation specifically concerns the Mambu Connectors which have an existing integration with Mambu.
Connectors as a part of the Mambu composable architecture
Mambu brings together technology vendors that can enable financial institutions to build a composable architecture, with its core being the Mambu SaaS banking platform.
The overall composable architecture of the institution will then look something like this:
Types of connectors
Technical connectors with Mambu can be built and managed in the following ways:
Additionally, the majority of connectors work via the Mambu Process Orchestrator which helps you configure and run the interactions between the Mambu Banking Core and external services. Unless otherwise stated, an MPO instance and account is required to take advantage of the connectors listed here.