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For Enterprise Architecture Professionals

Vendor Landscape: Integration-Platform-As-A-Service And Hybrid Integration

Review The Integration Solutions Landscape To Make The Right Choice

December 28, 2016

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The need to integrate systems of engagement, demand for greater agility, and execution in the cloud are driving the disruption of the integration landscape. Enterprise architecture (EA) professionals must assess their integration solutions' ability to meet these new requirements and future ones for systems of automation and the internet of things (IoT). This report helps EA pros by providing a definition of integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS), a reference architecture for integration platforms, a categorization of vendors in the market, and an assessment of their maturity. This is an update of a previously published report. We've revised it to reflect findings in Forrester's recent Wave™ on iPaaS for dynamic integration.

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Table of Contents

  • New Integration Scenarios Challenge Existing Integration Solutions
  • iPaaS And Hybrid Integration Vendors Fall Into Four Categories
  • EA Pros Need Differentiating Criteria To Establish Their Shortlist
  • Recommendations

  • Establish An Integration Strategy Before Jumping Into Solutions
  • What It Means

  • The iPaaS Market Will Grow Rapidly Until 2020 And Then Consolidate
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents

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