Ovum Analyst White paper Hybrid Integration Platforms

Integration is the lifeblood of today's digital economy. Hybrid integration is a key business imperative for most enterprises, as digitalization has led to a proliferation of applications, services, APIs, and data stores that need to be connected to realize end-to-end functionality and, in many cases, an entirely new digital business proposition. A hybrid integration platform caters to a range of integration needs, including on-premises app integration, cloud application integration, messaging, event streaming, rapid API creation and lifecycle management, B2B/EDI integration, mobile application/back-end integration, and file transfer. User productivity tools and deployment flexibility are key characteristics of a hybrid integration platform that helps enterprises respond faster to evolving digital business requirements.

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Agile Integration Architecture eBook

The organization pursuing digital transformation must embrace new ways to use and deploy integration technologies, so they can move quickly in a manner appropriate to the goals of multi cloud, decentralization and microservices. The application integration layer must transform to allow organizations to move boldly in building new customer experiences, rather than forcing models for architecture and development that pull away from maximizing the organization’s productivity.

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Agile Integration Architecture Technical Whitepaper

Organizations pursuing digital transformation must embrace new ways to use and deploy integration technologies, so they can move quickly in a manner appropriate to the goals of multi cloud, decentralization and microservices. Integration must transform to allow organizations to move boldly in building new customer experiences, rather than forcing models for architecture and development that pull away from maximizing the organization’s productivity.

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The Integration Modernization Journey presented by iDevNews

Agenda for the webinar:

Digital transformation success arises from solving integration challenges.

Simplify & unify your mix of legacy, SaaS, clouds, APIs and microservices.

Benefits of IBM's platform for simple, comprehensive 'integration modernization".

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API for Dummies Handbook (Third Edition)

APIs are a hot topic, energetically debated by business people, IT managers, and developers alike. Most of the excitement in the public space is about open public APIs. To some degree, not having a public API today is like not having a website in the late 1990s. Yet for many enterprises, public APIs are really the least of their business concerns. More important concerns include building omni-channel solutions, innovating faster than the competition, becoming a mobile enterprise, or operating in a hybrid cloud environment.

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Central Role of Messaging Middleware in Cloud and Digital Transformation Initiatives

Highly decentralized computing is the new normal for most organizations, and digital transformation (DX) initiatives are changing application architectures to event driven to support real-time and near-real-time response cycles. In this environment, enterprises are increasingly turning to messaging middleware to meet the combined requirements of complexity, speed, reliability, and security to connect the digital world of applications and data.

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IBM MQ: You can’t survive without it

APIs are becoming the digital glue of today’s fast-moving marketplace. They allow you to quickly create interfaces with back-end systems and applications, and then share those interfaces with customers, partners and others to expand your organizations’ reach. Over the last 10 years, the web has essentially become a service-oriented platform, where information and functionality are available through an API. Many early APIs were written using SOAP. But now REST is the dominant development choice, and publication of REST APIs is on the rise.

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Exposing the SOAP service as a REST API: A hands-on tutorial

APIs are becoming the digital glue of today’s fast-moving marketplace. They allow you to quickly create interfaces with back-end systems and applications, and then share those interfaces with customers, partners and others to expand your organizations’ reach. Over the last 10 years, the web has essentially become a service-oriented platform, where information and functionality are available through an API. Many early APIs were written using SOAP. But now REST is the dominant development choice, and publication of REST APIs is on the rise.

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KuppingerCole Report Leadership Compass Database and Big Data Security

This Leadership Compass from analyst firm KuppingerCole provides an overview of the market for database and big data security solutions along with guidance and recommendations for finding the sensitive data protection products that best meet client’s requirements.

The report examines a broad range of technologies, vendor product and service functionality, relative market shares, and innovative approaches to implementing consistent and comprehensive data protection across the enterprise.

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IBM Security Guardium Analyzer Data Sheet

As more and more data is created, new compliance requirements are added, and data privacy in general reaches new levels of influence in consumer purchasing decisions, how can technology leaders ensure they keep close tabs on this data and the associated security and compliance risk?

Learn how Guardium Analyzer helps users efficiently assess security and compliance risk associated with regulated data. It helps identify databases containing regulated data and then helps minimize risk using next-generation classification techniques and vulnerability scanning.

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Securing Cloud environments: Five Data Encryption best practices to help reduce your risk

From the perspectives of both data protection and regulatory compliance, it is just as critical to protect sensitive cloud-based data as it is on-premises data. One way to do this is through data encryption, yet many business’s encryption efforts are mired in fragmented approaches, siloed strategies for policy management and compliance reporting, and decentralized key management. These situations have all contributed to making encryption complicated and difficult to implement and manage.

This paper looks at 5 best practices for securing data in multi-cloud environments using the latest data encryption technologies.

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Overcome the challenges of protecting data that is here, there and everywhere

When it comes to cloud environments, whether in the public cloud or a privately hosted or hybrid environment, data security and protection controls must protect sensitive data—and support constantly growing government and industry compliance requirements. Read this ebook to learn how data security and protection technologies should operate in multiple environments (physical, cloud and hybrid) at the same time.

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iPaaS Grid Report

Integration platforms as a service (iPaaS) provide a centralized console to manage, govern, and integrate cloud-based applications. These tools work by connecting cloud applications and services, and controlling integration flows. They can speed up product development by integrating existing tools, and increase data volume by utilizing external sources. Companies use these tools to scale performance needs, add product functionality, and structure application integrations. Features or data can be added or removed quickly, reducing failover, downtime, and development time. There is some relationship between iPaaS and ESB software, but iPaaS is typically used for customer-facing applications, while ESB is used for internal data transfers and updates.

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Central Role of Messaging Middleware in Cloud and Digital Transformation Initiatives

Highly decentralized computing is the new normal for most organizations, and digital transformation (DX) initiatives are changing application architectures to event driven to support real-time and near-real-time response cycles. In this environment, enterprises are increasingly turning to messaging middleware to meet the combined requirements of complexity, speed, reliability, and security to connect the digital world of applications and data.

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