By Robert Fox, VP Emerging Technologies, Liaison Technologies
Enterprises and midmarket organizations are increasingly looking to the cloud for data integration. And while vendors have offered integration in the cloud for a while now, a new term to describe the model emerged last year: Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS). In simplest terms, iPaaS is a platform for building and deploying integrations within the cloud, and between the cloud and enterprise. With iPaaS, users can develop integration flows that connect applications residing in the cloud or on premise and then deploy them without installing or managing any hardware or middleware.
Continue reading the guest blog here on SandHill.com. In the article, Robert compares and contrasts two iPaaS options to help companies understand the pros and cons of both approaches in an effort to make it easier for IT decision makers to choose the best type of cloud-based integration solution for their organizations’ needs.