iPaaS: integration Platform as a Service

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iPaaS: integration Platform as a Service

What is iPaaS?

iPaaS (integration Platform as a Service) is a technology platform on the cloud that integrates the different applications and data produced by a company. It is an extremely important technology as it allows to overcome some situations that occur in the business ecosystem such as the fragmentation of information and the use of systems on the cloud and on premises.

The development of cloud computing makes it a futuristic tool, serving a more versatile and competitive scenario than on-premise.

iPaaS platforms have been steadily accelerating over the past 3 or 4 years, aided by the emergence of hybrid and multi-cloud models. This is to say that individual platforms can also be quite different from each other in terms of functionality, while maintaining a substantially similar purpose.

How does iPaaS (integration Platform as a Service) work?

An application integration process brings with it a number of basic processes that allow various dispersed applications to share information and keep it in sync.

What is this process? The integration platform communicates with different applications to pull data. Through the mapping process, it transforms the data into the format required by the target applications and integrates it.

Bottom line

Through iPaaS, users can develop integrations to connect applications that reside in the cloud and on-premise, deploying them without dedicated hardware or middleware tools. The centrality of iPaaS platforms depends on the increasing relevance of hybrid and multi-cloud strategies in the context of enterprise digital transformation.S: integration Platform as a Service.

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Before joining Alleantia in mid-2011, Antonio spent 20+ years in telecommunication networks, services and management platforms industry around the world, from coding of communication stacks in Italy and in ...