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For businesses striving to drive digital transformation throughout their organisation, their approach to application and data integration should be robust enough to support the large influx of new data sources, but flexible enough to support the innovations planned for their business.
Many businesses have implemented point-to-point integrations that increase complexity and costs for support and maintenance, as well as security. This is a common problem that CIOs face because tracing security breaches or getting access to sensitive data for audit purposes becomes harder. On top of that, point-to-point integrations reduce a business’s ability to adapt to change.
As most companies have started their cloud transformation journey, at least some of their applications are in the cloud. But hybrid architectures have struggled to keep up, creating outdated IT infrastructure that struggles to provide the capabilities required to support a complete enterprise cloud transformation. Now there is the next generation of middleware to address your enterprise-wide need for speed and higher data volume. Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) is middleware for the cloud, and while it has been around for some time, iPaaS is becoming the default integration technology for organisations that have come to realise traditional, on-premises approaches are no longer viable.
What is Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS)?
iPaaS is a set of automated tools for connecting software applications deployed in different environments. It is often used by large business-to-business (B2B) enterprises that need to integrate on-premises applications and data with cloud applications and data.
iPaaS is required where the organisation is already working with more than one application to perform their business processes. It allows the company to improve the data integration quality in near-to-real time. These days most of the medium and enterprise level companies use iPaaS, where the transactional data is huge and the need of updated data is critical for the business.
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