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Re: The Enterprise's Shifting Center of Gravity
Posted by: Dana Gardner 2011-06-13 06:48:59
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Enterprise application integration as a function is moving out of the enterprise and into the cloud. So-called Integration Platform as a Service has popped up on the edge of the enterprise. But true cloud integration as a neutral, full service, and entirely cloud-based offering has been mostly only a vision. Yet if businesses need to change rapidly as the cloud era unfolds, to gain and use new partners and new services, then new and flexible integration capabilities across and between extended applications and services are essential.


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Posted by: fghererew 2011-06-13 06:54:08 In reply to: Dana Gardner
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Enterprise application integration as a function is moving out of the enterprise and into the cloud. So-called Integration Platform as a Service has popped up on the edge of the enterprise. But true cloud integration as a neutral, full service, and entirely cloud-based offering has been mostly only a vision. Yet if businesses need to change rapidly as the cloud era unfolds, to gain and use new partners and new services, then new and flexible integration capabilities across and between extended applications and services are essential.
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