The Fiorano Platform documentation has been developed for all users including advanced users who are familiar with using API documentation and runtime libraries to create, customize, test and deploy business components after testing their behavior. It is also designed to assist Enterprise and Peer Server Administrators in managing the entire Fiorano Network using Fiorano administration tools and configuration files. This guide provides detailed information about pre-built business components and ready-to-use pre-built business components which can be utilized to assemble distributed business processes without applying any effort in programming. This guide introduces the developer to the rich set of Pre-built Microservices bundled with the Fiorano Platform. It focuses on the usage of these microservices in real-life scenarios. This guide also contains compilations of information about Fiorano ESB based on frequent queries.

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