IDG Contributor Network: Why hybrid integration platforms are key to multi-cloud management

Digital transformation projects present “pervasive integration” challenges that are pushing IT leaders to redefine their integration infrastructure strategy. In fact, according to Gartner, 20% of large organizations are already beginning to implement a bimodal, DIY integration approach via Hybrid Integration Platforms (HIP) to enable seamless connectivity across the enterprise. This ability to integrate anything, anytime and anywhere can be used as a powerful tool for businesses who want to drive innovation and create lasting competitive advantages.

But what exactly does it mean to operate in a multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environment?

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Digital transformation projects present “pervasive integration” challenges that are pushing IT leaders to redefine their integration infrastructure strategy. In fact, according to Gartner, 20% of large organizations are already beginning to implement a bimodal, DIY integration approach via Hybrid Integration Platforms (HIP) to enable seamless connectivity across the enterprise. This ability to integrate anything, anytime and anywhere can be used as a powerful tool for businesses who want to drive innovation and create lasting competitive advantages.

But what exactly does it mean to operate in a multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environment?

To read this article in full, please click here

IDG Contributor Network: Why hybrid integration platforms are key to multi-cloud management

Digital transformation projects present “pervasive integration” challenges that are pushing IT leaders to redefine their integration infrastructure strategy. In fact, according to Gartner, 20% of large organizations are already beginning to implement a bimodal, DIY integration approach via Hybrid Integration Platforms (HIP) to enable seamless connectivity across the enterprise. This ability to integrate anything, anytime and anywhere can be used as a powerful tool for businesses who want to drive innovation and create lasting competitive advantages.

But what exactly does it mean to operate in a multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environment?

To read this article in full, please click here

Digital transformation projects present “pervasive integration” challenges that are pushing IT leaders to redefine their integration infrastructure strategy. In fact, according to Gartner, 20% of large organizations are already beginning to implement a bimodal, DIY integration approach via Hybrid Integration Platforms (HIP) to enable seamless connectivity across the enterprise. This ability to integrate anything, anytime and anywhere can be used as a powerful tool for businesses who want to drive innovation and create lasting competitive advantages.

But what exactly does it mean to operate in a multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environment?

To read this article in full, please click here