Cloud Integration News

Cloud Integration in 2011: ZirMed Uses Jitterbit for Salesforce Migration, Integration

Healthcare service provider ZirMed has successfully deployed Jitterbit to integrate Salesforce and its cloud application to improve customer service. ZirMed’s business-critical cloud integration project looks to further improve its top-notch customer support capabilities by moving its home-grown customer service support desk data to Salesforce.

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Axeda, Walsh Vision Partner on Cloud Integration for Auto Telematics

Cloud platform provider Axeda Corp. and systems integrator Walsh Vision have teamed up on a cloud integration solution to support advanced machine-to-machine (M2M) telematics for the auto market.

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Stage Set for Cloud To Supercharge B2B Managed File Transfer, Survey Finds

Enterprise IT may be poised to look closely at cloud-based managed file transfer options to supercharge simple file transfer, as increasing volumes of data need to be securely moved to customers and partners, a revealing study has found.

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Gartner Cites Mohawk/Liaison Cloud Project for Integration, B2B Modernization

Mohawk Fine Papers, a giant paper manufacturer, has implemented a SOA and cloud-based integration services backbone from Liaison technologies for a wide range of on-premise, B2B and even cloud-to-cloud services. A Gartner report cites the project as an effective model for integrating traditional ecommerce with cloud. 

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Top Reasons Why SaaS is at ‘Forefront’ of Recovery: SIIA/OPEXEngine Report

SaaS is emerging from the recession as a software sector “at the forefront of the economic recovery,” says a report by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). To find out more, IDN spoke with the report’s author, Lauren Kelley, CEO and founder of OPEXEngine.

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Microsoft, Scribe Say Integration Will Drive Azure’s Cloud, SaaS Ecosystem

Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud is adding integration-ready capabilities thanks to a budding partnership with a longtime software partner. Scribe Online has launched a program to help Microsoft ISVs quickly and affordably offer traditional apps as Azure-based SaaS solutions – and even integrate them with other cloud-based resources.

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Gartner Says SaaS Revenue To Top $12 Billion in 2011; Up 20%

SaaS (software as a service) revenue is expected to top $12 billion worldwide by the end of the year, up more than 20% in just one year, according to estimates from Gartner Inc. SaaS adoption will continue to explode for the next three years, at least, Gartner added, when worldwide revenue till top $21 billion, the firm added.

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Cloud Integration in 2011: David Linthicum Sees Cloud Creating, Uniting IT Silos

As cloud and SOA architectures converge, many enterprise architects and IT operations managers want to know how to ensure end-to-end integrity of data and applications.  IDN talks about today’s and tomorrow’s cloud integration solutions with David Linthicum, CTO of Blue Mountain Labs and author of “Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise.”

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Cloud Integration in 2011: Kapow Delivers Automated Suite for Cloud Integration

Kapow Software is delivering a quick and efficient approach to integrating on-premise, remote and cloud applications. Kapow Katalyst also automates business processes, supports mobile apps and can capture web-based data – even from apps users don’t control. IDN’s Cloud Integration in 2011 series continues with CTO Stefan Andreasen.

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IDN Holds Online Conference for Cloud Integration on June 23

A half-day, multi-speaker webcast devoted to enterprise use of cloud integration to tie together applications and data across cloud, SaaS and on-premise will be broadcast live online on Thursday, June 23, 2011. Produced by Integration Developer News, the online  CloudCon: Integration will host experts from Dell | Boomi, IBM, Jitterbit, Kapow and Talend.

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Cloud Integration in 2011: Mule iON Unites Data Silos Across On-Premise, Cloud

MuleSoft, the folks behind the open source Mule ESB, is bringing integration as a service to the cloud. Mule iON goes beyond ESB in the cloud, providing an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) to enterprise architects, SaaS providers and SIs. IDN’s Cloud Integration in 2011 series takes a look at Mule iON with  MuleSoft CTO and founder Ross Mason.

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Cloud Integration 2011: SnapLogic Brings Easy Design, Hot Restarts

Start-up firm SnapLogic is shaping the cloud integration sector in 2011 with two core capabilities. The company’s Snaps let users assemble integrations for data and apps as easily as putting together Lego blocks. Also, with RESTful services it connects any-to-any data sources and offers hot restart for failed integrations.

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