Interop ITX 2017 Schedule Viewer

Developing a Hybrid Cloud Integration Strategy: Key Components, Architectural Considerations, and Success Factors

Interop ITX 2017 Schedule Viewer

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  • Developing a Hybrid Cloud Integration Strategy: Key Components, Architectural Considerations, and Success Factors

    Speaker:
    Location:  TBD
    Format: Conference Session
    Conference Journeys: IT Manager/Director, IT Architect
    Track: Cloud
    Pass Type: All Access, Conference - Get your pass now!
    Vault Recording: TBD
    Audience Level: IT Manager/Director

    The rise of digitization and proliferation of hybrid IT are forcing IT to look out for alternatives capable of delivering agile integration capabilities at a lower cost of ownership. Over the last couple of years, iPaaS has pushed the bar for what could be achieved via cloud-based integration services. The success of integration PaaS (iPaaS) has led to the emergence of "middleware-as-a-service" (MWaaS), which is a cohesive suite of cloud-based integration services catering to a range of hybrid integration needs. Enterprise service buses (ESBs) are good for heavy lifting and API-led tactical integration has a key role in digital business initiatives. While a "rip and replace" strategy is an infeasible (and not an ideal) option, enterprise IT leaders and architects need to develop a strategy for how to combine traditional on-premise middleware and cloud-based integration platforms to cater for a range of hybrid integration needs. This session will delve into several key areas, including:
    • The role of ESBs in current operating environment
    • How iPaaS and MWaaS fits-the-bill for hybrid integration requirements
    • Benefits of an API-led approach to integration
    • Key consideration for hybrid middleware paradigms