Since its founding in 2000, beginning initially with "configuration-based" integration, Boomi then introduced Visual Integration Technology to allow users to build and deploy integration processes using a visual interface and a drag and drop technique. This interface remains one of the key elements of the current Boomi platform. In 2007 Boomi released the technology now known as "AtomSphere" the industry's first Integration Cloud. AtomSphere kept the visual, point and click interface for building integrations and can be managed through a simple browser-based UI. On November 2, 2010, Boomi announced its acquisition by Dell.
Dell Boomi, a business unit of Dell, is the first integration solution built in the cloud, to fully exploit the value of the cloud. Organizations of all sizes—from small businesses to the largest global enterprises—trust Dell Boomi to quickly connect any combination of cloud and On-Premises applications. Leading SaaS players and enterprise customers such as salesforce.com, NetSuite, Novartis, LinkedIn, and oneworld rely on Dell Boomi to accelerate time to market, increase sales, and eliminate the challenges associated with integration.
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