Digital business is driving a proliferation of applications, services, data stores, and APIs that need to be connected to support critical business processes. This report provides insights into the rapid emergence of middleware-as-a-service (MWaaS) suites.
- The center of gravity hypothesis also applies to integration architecture. There is a greater inclination to deploy integration platforms closer to applications/data sources.
- The success of iPaaS as an agile approach to hybrid integration has played a key role in the evolution of the MWaaS era.
Features and Benefits
- Gain insights into key features and capabilities of MWaaS products, such as iPaaS and apiPaaS.
- Understand how MWaaS helps overcome the limitations of legacy integration solutions.
Key questions answered
- Which integration use cases are well suited for MWaaS products?
- What are the key features and capabilities of MWaaS products, such as iPaaS and apiPaaS?
Table of contents
Recommendations for enterprises
MWaaS adoption makes sense both from both a business and IT perspective
Achieving agile hybrid integration with MWaaS
IT leaders should consider iPaaS a primary approach to cloud integration
iPaaS continues to thrive as a prominent solution for cloud integration
API platforms extend beyond API management to ease the complexity of hybrid integration
API platforms foster good design principles and help with productization of APIs