Why There's a Move Toward Hybrid Integration Platforms

Archived Published: 11 February 2014 ID: G00255129

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Leading-edge enterprises are starting to leverage a hybrid integration platform to take advantage of the best cloud-based and on-premises integration approaches. Directors of integration should consider this approach to best address expanding integration requirements created by the Nexus of Forces.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
  • Impacts and Recommendations
    • The need to address the integration requirements created by the Nexus of Forces is leading IT leaders to adopt HIPs
    • A need for more B2B capacity and new features will make HIP attractive for companies that must make new B2B infrastructure investments
    • The evolution of iPaaS to support the integration of operational technology (OT) data with on-premises applications will lead IT leaders to consider HIPs as a solution
  • Gartner Recommended Reading
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