Written by: IDC Abner Germanow, Jonathan Edwards, Lee Doyle IDC believes the convergence of communications and mainstream IT architectures will drive significant innovation in business processes over the next decade.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Jan 16, 2018
To achieve efficiencies in today’s turbulent economic climate, government entities need to integrate legacy applications with modern systems and web services. Orchestration between multiple systems across various departments and municipalities is needed to deliver quality public services. At the same time, public sector agencies face aggressive timelines and budget constraints, changing constituent needs, and open source policies. Learn how utilizing a lightweight, standalone Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) enables government entities to meet these key challenges and deliver vital public goods while cutting costs.
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Achieving efficiencies in today’s turbulent budgetary environment
Time to Delivery and Budget Constraints
Constituent Needs and Public Value
Open Source Policies & Initiatives
The Software Architecture for Government
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The ability to integrate systems and share data across the enterprise is a common datacenter need. The needs of an integration bus, the technology used for middleware-based integration, can varyin complexity, data volume, and required performance. Both Red Hat and MuleSoft offer multiple products that can help customers develop and deploy middleware integration solutions. This competitive overview compares Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse to Mule ESB Enterprise.
While some are still adjusting to the idea, you’re well aware that we’re living in an application economy. For the uninformed, an application economy is where everything is driven by a connected, mobile, application-based world where your customers are far more likely to experience your brand and interact with your enterprise through a software application than a live person. But, beyond the benefits, each day you’re feeling the pressure it exerts on your budget, resources and network.
You’ve seen this wave swell on the horizon, and now it’s arrived: executives are enthusiastic and asking about strategies, and line-of-business leaders are requesting faster dev times and more complex projects. Staking out your place as a leader in this new landscape will require you to develop and deliver high-impact applications faster than ever before.
Manch einer muss sich noch an den Gedanken gewöhnen, dass wir in einer Application Economy leben. Sie sind sich dessen bereits voll bewusst. Für alle, die sich jetzt fragen, wovon die Rede ist: In einer Application Economy findet das Leben in einer verbundenen, mobilen, auf Anwendungen basierenden Welt statt, in der Kunden weitaus häufiger über eine Softwareanwendung mit Ihrer Marke Kontakt haben und mit Ihrem Unternehmen interagieren als im persönlichen Kontakt. Das kann sehr nützlich sein. Aber Sie stehen auch jeden Tag unter Druck, denn diese Lage hat Folgen für Budget, Ressourcen und Netzwerk.
Every enterprise has a wide variety of IT requirements where integration is needed. The rapid proliferation and adoption of cloud and mobile technologies has accentuated the financial impact of these needs. In response, the integration space has matured to include feature-rich stacks from enterprise integration vendors that provide full, multi-layer platforms in the form of an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) or SOA suite. But with these very broad capabilities comes complexity—multi-layer stacks can be difficult and costly to install, debug, administer and secure.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Sep 08, 2016
ESB? BPM? The alphabet-soup of middleware solutions can often be confusing. Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and Business Process Management (BPM) solutions solve different problems, but have complementary strengths when utilized correctly. Learn more about where each is appropriate, how to design your solution, and how to select a BPM solution to complement your ESB foundation.
For many years, the Magento ecommerce platform has been the retail inudtry go-to running an enterprise online store. However, when most businesses first made Magento their solution of choice, it was the only viable option out there.
Today, Magento is no longer the only option in the mid-market and enterprise retail sectors. SaaS platforms like BigCommerce have disrupted this market, allowing for deep customization, unlimited prodcuts, industry-leading average uptime of 99.99% and 100% during Cyber Week, 24/7 support, one-click application integration, and seamless product updates. All for a fraction of the cost.
Learn the five more critical differences between the two leading platforms in this white paper.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Oct 13, 2015
In this paper we’ll discuss how enterprises can connect legacy systems to the cloud to create a hybrid ecosystem. We’ll learn how solutions like enterprise service buses (ESB), and integration platforms as a service (iPaaS) can address present integration challenges and help IT executives future-proof their companies. The best practices covered in this paper will help businesses with both evaluation and implementation of a successful hybrid integration strategy.
See how organizations in several different industries have put an SOA infrastructure to use and discovered untapped value within their businesses. This white paper reveals strategies learned from experience to relieve budget pressures, improve time-to-market, boost productivity and many other benefits from a reusable SOA infrastructure.
A complex IT infrastructure is a stumbling block for many businesses seeking greater agility in these uncertain times. This white paper shows how a service oriented architecture (SOA) helps align the infrastructure with business needs in order to achieve maximum flexibility.
Many companies are being challenged to increase flexibility and reuse their existing IT assets with SOA. This white paper explains how an IBM SOA approach, featuring WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus software, can help you add new services faster and change services more easily.
Learn how to deliver lean business process management (BPM) via collaborative process-centric web applications inexpensively and quickly. You can develop applications in days rather than months, deploy in minutes and get a quick return on that precious IT investment. Define processes easily, and get them online quickly. Mashup technology for lean BPM makes it simple to build collaborative process-centric applications, without coding.
Lean BPM is focused on radically simplifying how business processes and management are delivered. Processes are designed quickly and easily by the business user closest to the problem. Working solutions are delivered incrementally to your users in record time. Serena delivers the easiest business process development. No coding. No consultants. No kidding.
Learn how to deliver lean business process management (BPM) via collaborative process-centric web applications inexpensively and quickly.You can develop applications in days rather than months, deploy in minutes and get a quick return on that precious IT investment. Define processes easily, and get them online quickly. Mashup technology for lean BPM makes it simple to build collaborative process-centric applications, without coding.
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Establishing an ESB is essential in delivering a Service-Oriented Architecture. But for an SOA to be effective, you’ll also need your ESB to recover quickly from unexpected hardware and software failures. Clustering can help by enabling your systems to operate in parallel, so that if one should fail, those remaining can seamlessly step in.
Does your IT change as fast as the market? A service-oriented architecture (SOA) provides a foundation that enables agility and aligns IT to business goals. This interactive presentation from IBM will show you how to provide fast, flexible, reliable access to information, business-wide. It also covers methods to ensure trust, management and security across business applications.
Learn how Liverpool, one of the most important retailers in Mexico, leveraged ESB messaging and enrichment to move from an inefficient, highly-complex point-to-point integration platform to a flexible SOA connectivity and integration solution that helped Liverpool reduce their costs and streamline information to customers and partners from days to seconds.
Published By: Salesboom
Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Choosing an on-demand Customer Relationship Management (CRM) vendor can be a daunting task, especially for the price conscious consumer who lacks the budget for intensive research. This white paper will arm SMBs with the right questions to ask when evaluating on-demand or hosted CRM vendors.
Published By: Salesboom
Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
The high price and complexity of traditional, installed-on-premise enterprise software has left SMBs unable to obtain true integrated Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. On-demand software-as-a-service is changing all that. This white paper discusses the benefits of the on-demand, or hosted CRM and ERP vs on premise CRM and ERP solution and the benefits to the SMB.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Feb 23, 2009
Network Centric Operations (NCO) recognises the demand for pervasive decision-making in the modern battlespace. NCO provides the ability to leverage information networks to generate a more dynamic and agile decision-making space. An important dimension of this approach is the technological flexibility to quickly move the decision-making authority hierarchically or geographically as the situation demands. A fundamental enabler to this approach is the concept of a services orientated architecture (SOA). The use of industry-standard IT architectures provides the means of ensuring that systems can be provisioned rapidly, can be shared as appropriate, and can give the flexibility and response times required within such challenging environments.