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Polarising joins the Integration Matters Partner Program

Based on the company’s vision towards digital transformation and expansion in new growth areas, Polarising signed a partnership agreement with Integration Matters. Polarising has a team of more than 100 highly-skilled integration consultants, operating mainly in Europe. With nJAMS, Polarising can better respond to the monitoring needs of its customers. Integration Matters is a pioneer …

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If your business wants to Go Faster, Low-Code.

The first step is always the hardest. Same for all IT projects; from not knowing what your client work methods are or how much they differ from yours and balance that relationship, what really makes the difference is a challenging and critical factor: adaptation. November 5th, 2018. A rainy day in London, what else? We …

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An entire new experience with Apigee Edge.

Recently, I started working with a new platform called Apigee Edge. Edge is an API Gateway, and it is intended to mediate API calls between client applications and the backend system. By doing this, Edge can: Offer a single point-of-access to an organization APIs; Leverage security across different APIs; Implement monetization, throttling and quota management …

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Middleware has the answer to everything.

I’ve seen my fair share of projects and customers over the past 10 years working in the software Integration industry. At Polarising, the solid expertise in this area allows me to work every day with a team of Architects capable of determine the best solution to the existing challenges, discussing about all the different approaches, …

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From a service-oriented architecture (SOA) to a microservices one.

It’s been five years since software developer Martin Fowler described the concept of a microservices architecture (MSA), which in theory goes further than a service-oriented architecture (SOA). In this approach, the design of software applications is broken down from monolithic structures to “suites of independently deployable services”, as Fowler has described it, or small groups …

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Polarising @Kafka Summit ’18

It was really awesome to attend the Kafka Summit in London last April. First of all, because this conference is the only Apache Kafka community event that gathers the most cool data architects, DevOps engineers and developers dedicated to learn and share best practices about writing code and discuss the future of streaming technologies. So, there …

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Choosing an integration platform: factors to consider

What should you take into account when selecting an integration platform? Technology adviser Matthias Meijer presented 4 aspects of the latest Tibco product you might want to consider.     “Easy Process, Service and API Implementation” To solve integration problems you need: A “fast and agile” workspace development environment, facilitating (usually by drag and drop) the …

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6 reasons you might need an integration platform

Wondering if you need an integration platform? Below is a list of 6 questions you should consider before making a decision: Do you need to integrate more than three applications? When you are dealing with more than three applications, the number of point-to-point connections between them starts to increase exponentially. Do you already have a …

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What about the Future?

iPaaS (integration Platform-as-a-Service) is emerging as a response to the cloud integration challenge. iPaaS is a suite of cloud services and enables users to create, manage, and govern integration flows connecting a wide range of applications or data sources without installing or managing any hardware or middleware [1]. These features consolidate as runtime containers and …

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