The Cloud Architect’s Guide to iPaaS

How to orchestrate integration patterns in a hybrid world.

Not only has cloud computing drastically reduced the costs of enterprise technology, it is empowering IT departments to finally deliver the agility, elasticity, and innovation that the business needs.

But even though the vision for many enterprises may be an entirely cloud-first or even a cloud-only technology stack, the current reality for most is still a hybrid architecture of legacy on-premise technology and newer cloud services.

Creating a cohesive integration strategy is a non-trivial challenge. And it’s why we’ve written this guide. Because orchestrating integration patterns in a hybrid environment raises a number of new questions and requires a new set of principles.

Let's dig in.

The success of any cloud strategy depends on two things:

  • A cloud-based integration platform designed for agility and scale that is capable of enabling different user types, managing every integration pattern, and connecting any data. But that's the easy part.
  • A key technology strategist role. One that can plan the phased, pragmatic approach needed to bridge the gap between legacy technology and newer cloud services. This is the role of a cloud architect.
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How to orchestrate integration patterns in a hybrid world.

Not only has cloud computing drastically reduced the costs of enterprise technology, it is empowering IT departments to finally deliver the agility, elasticity, and innovation that the business needs.

But even though the vision for many enterprises may be an entirely cloud-first or even a cloud-only technology stack, the current reality for most is still a hybrid architecture of legacy on-premise technology and newer cloud services.

Creating a cohesive integration strategy is a non-trivial challenge. And it’s why we’ve written this guide. Because orchestrating integration patterns in a hybrid environment raises a number of new questions and requires a new set of principles.

Let's dig in.

The success of any cloud strategy depends on two things:

  • A cloud-based integration platform designed for agility and scale that is capable of enabling different user types, managing every integration pattern, and connecting any data. But that's the easy part.
  • A key technology strategist role. One that can plan the phased, pragmatic approach needed to bridge the gap between legacy technology and newer cloud services. This is the role of a cloud architect.

Get your free copy, now!