With almost every business adopting cloud-first strategies, one of the greatest challenges becomes how to connect and leverage the wealth of on-premises data in combination with utilising cloud computing and “as-a-Service” models to create the most cost-effective, efficient and agile IT infrastructure.
Traditional integration methods such as ETL (Extract, Transfer & Load) and point-to-point connections struggle to offer the flexibility, security and speed that is required to enable cloud-first strategies and support today’s agile enterprises.
Because not all workloads are best suited to run in the cloud and some may perform better on one cloud platform than on another, many businesses are adopting a hybrid or multi-cloud approach in order leverage the right infrastructure for the right applications. The many combinations of public, private and managed clouds available are adding an additional layer of complexity to enterprise integration strategies.
Hybrid Integration Platforms for Hybrid Clouds
Innovative business leaders are not just taking a hybrid approach to the cloud, but also to the integration strategies employed to connect applications, devices and people. By leveraging multiple methods of integration, organisations are able to obtain the best balance of cost and performance, while ensuring connections are robust yet remain easily manageable and adaptable.
Invenio can help organisations to analyse their business and IT needs, both current and to address future growth, in order to design a capabilities framework that addresses the functionality and delivery models required. Building this framework will enable businesses to gain a holistic overview of the short and long-term integration strategies needed to optimise costs, minimise deployment times and reduce risk.
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