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TechRadar™: Integration Technologies, Q2 2015

The Range Of Integration Technologies Is Diversifying

June 23, 2015

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  • By Henry Peyret
  • with Alex Cullen,

Why Read This Report

Integration technologies are a middleware category of products to develop, maintain, and execute interfaces between applications and databases. The integration domain is a renewed hot topic for enterprise architects; the solutions landscape domain is quickly evolving as a result of technological changes like cloud, mobile, and the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as under new constraints like end-to-end security, real-time requirements, omnichannel requirements, and interfaces continuously changing to adapt to evolving systems of engagement. Integration solutions aren't really disappearing; rather they are morphing into new offerings or growing to cover broader integration scenarios. This report establishes the main categories of integration technologies, classifies them, and identifies the main players in each category and the solutions you should choose strategically or tactically to include into your own integration tech arsenal.

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Table of Contents

  • The State Of The Integration Technologies Landscape
  • Why The Future Of Integration Technologies Matters
  • Overview: TechRadar For Integration Technologies
  • Integration Technologies TechRadar: New Ones Added, Old Ones Remain
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents