1. Connect your backend system to Office 365 via Layer2
You can connect selected data queries or file documents of 100+ backend systems
to Microsoft Office 365 for data sync with native SharePoint Online lists and
libraries without any programming or changes in the backend systems or in the
corporate network / firewall. The connector runs as a Windows Service in your
corporate network and manages the connections and data sync of changes as
Fig.: It's very simple to connect to 100+ systems using pre-defined
connection string templates and data queries. The screen shows a connection to a
data set Travel Agencies in a SAP ERP system.
Virtually any data sources
supported: ODBC, OLEDB, OData, SOAP, Microsoft .NET based providers, Files
(Excel, XML, CSV, Text), RSS / XML feeds, SQL databases like MS SQL, SQL Azure,
Oracle, MySQL, IBM DB2, IBM AS/400, IBM Informix; Notes, SharePoint (lists and
libraries), local file system, cloud-based file stores, Exchange, Active
Directory, Dynamics NAV/CRM, Navision, SAP and many more. More complex data
sources, REST-based web services, custom COM, or .NET objects can be connected
using 3rd-party add-ons. Cloud-to-cloud connections, e.g. to salesforce.com,
Twitter, Facebook, Google, Amazon, BOX.NET and others are also supported.
You will find more information about Layer2 Cloud Connector connectivity to
specific systems here.