A New Way to do Integration: Introducing the Integration Platform as a Service

 Our new Tellago Technology Update webinar will take place next Tuesday and the topic couldn't be more exciting. Building cloud integration solutions using integration iPaaS technologies. Here are the details:


Title: A New Way to do Integration: Introducing the Integration Platform as a Service 

Registration Link:  https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/423188398

Presenter: Jesus Rodriguez, Founder, Tellago, Inc
Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 AM EDT
•        Are you integrating looking for models to integrate Software as a Service
          (SaaS) solutions with your on-premise infrastructure?
•        Wondering about the right tools and frameworks for cloud integration solutions?
•        Wondering if you can implement integration solutions that run seamlessly in the cloud?

The increase adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS) packages and cloud computing platforms has completely changed the landscape of integration solutions in the enterprise. While technologies like Microsoft BizTalk Server, Oracle BPEL PM or WebSphere Process Server dominated the on-premise integration landscape, they have fall short to address the new needs to SaaS-driven integration and cloud delivery models. As a consequence, new players such as MuleSoft, SnapLogic or Dell Boomi are becoming the preferred solutions for SaaS to SaaS, SaaS to On-Premise or even On-Premise to SaaS integration scenarios. The industry often refers to this new type of integration scenario using a catchy new acronym: integration platform as a service (iPaaS)

This session will explore the iPaaS vendor ecosystem from an enterprise perspective. The session will provide an overview of platforms such as MuleSoft, IBM Cast Iron, Informatica Cloud, Jitterbit, Dell Boomi, Snap Logic, Windows Azure and some others from the technical and market standpoint. To keep things practical, the session will highlight strengths and weaknesses of each platform from a real world enterprise integration perspective.




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