Privately owned Australian company with focus on development of IT products and supply of associated professional services. Offices in Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and New Zealand and business partners around Australia, Asia and Europe. Developer of the award winning product, Weave ™, a spatially enabled Business Integration Framework. Weave Business Integration Framework ™ (WBIF) is a full-stack computer software with User Interface, Application Middleware, Integration Middleware and Database Server as its main Architecture blocks.
Investment since 2006 has yielded well-developed Application Integration capabilities featuring a collection of Enterprise Application Adapter assets to render automated and extensible cross IT systems connectivity. It is also equipped with supporting Enterprise IT functions like Reporting, Search, Logging and Auditing in conjunction with Mapping and Spatial functions to meet specific customers’ requirements in selected domains.
WBIF is a Full stack Java EE application built on OSGi Framework, whose front-end and back-end components are highly extensible to meet the need of specific functions required by customers from various Industries and Services. Out-of-the-box WBIF provides rich Enterprise Integration capabilities. The traditional implementation model is for Cohga consultants to conduct Requirements discovery and gathering, which includes identification of source systems to be integrated using WBIF. Based on the specific data sources, the Enterprise Application Adapters are either configured (for those existing adapters) or custom adapters are built for those data sources without existing adapters.
The full stack can be classified on a high-level Architecture perspective as Client Architecture and Server Architecture.
Cohga also operates multiple cloud systems on AWS.
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|Weave||A business integration framework for combining disparate information systems in an easy to use environment; based on Open Systems technology that is independent from vendor-specific technology and proprietary APIs.|