Aalto University has an extremely complicated enviornment consisting of tens of systems and thousands of integrations serving hundreds of thousands of students. All the while trying to create the next generation of learning experiences supported by AR and an Open University concept.
We are using FRENDS for everything from API’s to File Transfers
Aalto University first tried solving their integration challenges with a competitive opensource integration platform. Whilst they were able to initially solve these problems, the infrastructure and operation of the previous platform was too complicated for efficient inhouse usage and there were not enough know-how in the market to actually deliver the solutions.
With FRENDS we are able to operate and understand everything without technical knowledge. We are using FRENDS for everything from API’s to File Transfers.
With FRENDS we are able to operate and understand everything without technical knowledge
Aalto University (Finnish: Aalto-yliopisto, Swedish: Aalto-universitetet) is a university primarily located in Greater Helsinki, Finland. It was established in 2010 as a merger of three major Finnish universities: the Helsinki University of Technology (established 1849), the Helsinki School of Economics (established 1904), and the University of Art and Design Helsinki (established 1871). The close collaboration between the scientific, business and arts communities is intended to foster multi-disciplinary education and research. The Finnish government, in 2010, set out to create a university that fosters innovation, merging the three institutions into one.
The university is composed of six schools with close to 17,500 students and 4,000 staff members, making it Finland's second largest university. The main campus of Aalto University is located in Otaniemi, Espoo, where the engineering schools as well as the bachelor programs of the School of Business operate. Other functions of the School of Business are located in Töölö. The School of Arts, Design and Architecture is mainly located in Arabianranta. All of the university's activities will be located in the Otaniemi campus by 2020. In addition to the Greater Helsinki area, the university also operates in Mikkeli and Pori.