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SnapLogic: Tackling The Complex Features Of The Cloud

SnapLogic: Tackling The Complex Features Of The Cloud

SnapLogic: Tackling The Complex Features Of The Cloud The very concept behind the development of the cloud is based on user friendly apps that allow for a much broader range of functionality for people who don’t really have anything to do with the IT world. And when SnapLogic was first developed in 2006, it became

Understanding The Different Roles In A Cloud Computing Setup

If you are migrating from enterprise to a cloud based solution, it is necessary to understand the different roles in cloud computing. In this post, I will cover the 6 major roles in the cloud setup. Cloud Service Provider This is the entity that provides the cloud service. The cloud service provider owns and controls

IPaaS: Integration Platform as a Service. Buzzword Or Has Real Substance?

IPaaS: Integration Platform as a Service. Buzzword or has real substance? As enterprises have started using various cloud services such as Salesforce.com, Google apps, etc a new problem has crept up in the form of “cloud silos”. This has complicated the integration of various components in the enterprise with each other. Thus, a new set

MuleSoft Wins THINKstrategies Cloud Computing Business Value Award

MuleSoft Wins THINKstrategies Cloud Computing Business Value Award Cloud-Based Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) Enables Developers to Solve Common Cloud-to-Cloud and Cloud-to-Premise Integration Problems SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwire – Oct 25, 2011) – MuleSoft, provider of the #1 integration platform for the cloud, web and enterprise, today announced that it has been named a winner of THINKstrategies’ Cloud Computing

10 Best Practices For Moving Legacy Apps To The Cloud

Perhaps the number-one problem IT faces in its pursuit of cloud computing is the challenge of integrating legacy systems with cloud applications. Most software or application vendors have Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) written that that provide access to the data or processes in their systems, leaving individual IT teams to create the programs and infrastructure