Mambu Process Orchestrator
Mambu Process Orchestrator (MPO) is an enterprise package which acts as a middle layer between different systems to pull, process and push data via APIs. The system uses a graphical interface similar to Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) graphing to model, create and execute processes and workflows that run in the cloud.
Using the drag-and-drop user interface, you can create, debug, and run processes - as well as access reports and statistics via customizable dashboards. MPO provides robust synchronous and asynchronous APIs to run and manage workflows or integrate into your existing CI/CD pipelines.
Note that MPO does not require Mambu in order to run, and may be used completely independently of Mambu as a standalone process orchestrator for any suitable application.
How MPO fits into the Mambu ecosystem
In Mambu’s composable banking architecture, MPO offers a low-code way to tie together different SaaS and in-house applications to create products and features for your clients or to meet your regulatory obligations.
MPO works well with Mambu Banking Engine to facilitate process interaction between components and it can be used to enhance Mambu’s functionality by adding custom logic on top of the Mambu API.
Connectors and MPO
The Mambu Process Orchestrator serves as the base for pre-built connectors that can be used to integrate with Mambu ecosystem partners such as Wise for international transfers, ComplyAdvantage for Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering compliance or Microsoft Dynamics for accounting and business intelligence.
You can create processes based around client creation to enrich Mambu with data from your marketing CRM, trigger KYC and identity verification services or easily execute bespoke business logic which is outside the scope of Mambu’s core banking services.
Where is MPO located?
As a cloud-based service, MPO is collocated with your Mambu instance to allow for fast data transfer with the Mambu Core Banking Engine. Processes are run across multiple availability zones, and data is transparently synchronized to a second availability zone, providing active failover in case of unexpected system outages. The service comes with a sandbox environment for testing your processes and workflows in a non-production environment.
How to get MPO
Mambu Process Orchestrator is an optional add-on. Speak to your delivery consultant or customer service manager to discuss your needs and set up a demonstration of the MPO.
How to access MPO
When your MPO instance is created you will have an administrator account created for you. To log in, simply go to your MPO instance at your given URL and sign in with your email and password.
MPO development and release notes
The Mambu Process Orchestrator is created by Corezoid. You will find some references to their documentation in our MPO guide. There are some differences in available features between Corezoid and MPO - wherever differences exist between Mambu and Corezoid documentation, the Mambu MPO documentation should be preferred.
The release notes for MPO can be found on our Release Notes page on Community. Note that MPO follows its own release cycle, which differs from that of Corezoid.