Werk II

Integration of a wide variety of data sources

priint:hub – the middleware for an efficient publishing process

The priint:hub is a middleware within the publishing server that connects different live content systems using so-called connectors. With the help of publishing:hub, data sources for the publishing process can be sourced quickly and sustainably. Data can also be pushed directly into the priint:hub.

Your advantages

Use data in a fast and simple manner for efficient and system-supported publishing.

  • Interfaces are available for numerous content systems

  • Fast and simple integration in systems

  • Advantages of different data sources for publishing

  • Prevention of data redundancy

  • Eliminating the need to construct new data sources

  • Subsequent interchangeability of content systems

  • Data consolidation options

  • Provision of data for other systems

Key Features

The entity model forms the core of the publishing hub. The contents of all integrated content systems are combined in the entity model to form a uniform data model. This entity model is created through configuration; programming skills are not required. The publishing hub provides the data for output systems via data providers, e.g. the priint:comet and priint:pdf renderer database publishing components. External systems can also access the consolidated publishing data. Publishing-specific content, which cannot be queried via a link to external content systems, can be saved in the publishing hub database.

  • Content system agnostic middleware

  • Live link to content systems without data redundancy

  • Large number of available connectors

  • Push service to transfer data to the publishing:hub

  • Integration of several data sources

  • Configuration of a content system-independent data model (entity model)

  • Generation of an entity model through automatic data analysis

  • Data provision functions

  • Versioning of all configurations

Screenshots & Videos

  • Configuration of the entity model Configuration of the entity model
  • Example of an entity model Example of an entity model