Integration

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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.

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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

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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

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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

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