May 31, 2019
As-a-service platforms, cloud computing, and the desire for modernization have triggered waves of data and process migration out of the traditional on-premises data center toward a variety of hosted and cloud-based environments. These hybrid environments incorporate data and system services across a variety of platforms including on-premises, a variety of hosted cloud environments, as well as a growing pool of operational systems or Internet of Things (IoT) devices that stream data.
A hybrid integration platform (HIP) is a suite of capabilities that address the challenges of integration across a variety of platforms, sources, and applications.
Although you need the right tools and technology for a HIP, there are some important concepts to focus on if you plan to embrace this kind of environment. This TDWI Checklist Report highlights some of these concepts and provides a step-by-step guide for adopting a hybrid integration platform.