Integration Spaghetti in cloud

But what happened to SOA?

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a development pattern where repeatable business activities, such as “check customer credit information“, are published as independent reusable services. Back in 2000s SOA was the coolest kid in the block  – a must have for every CIO. Gartner’s studies promised huge benefits in form of reusability and modularization. Software vendors ruthlessly used its “must…

Mashups

Using Integration Platform to publish Open APIs

The booming growth of Open APIs is decelerating a little. According to ProgrammableWeb, there is already over 11 000 Open API registered in the end of March 2014. In the beginning of June, amount of APIs were still less than 12k.  Lately, specially enterprise APIs have risen in numbers more than other type of APIs.…

Mobile Cloud backed integration

2014: Annoying cloud and mobile backends

Say Cloud one more time and… Cloud, cloud, cloud.. Yes, repeat is a powerful rhetoric device, but if I once more evangelize cloud based integration to my customers, they might shoot me. CIOs are well aware of benefits of cloud and how hybrid integration will come and cut cost, reduce pain and chaos of system…

Poll Result Unsexiest area of Information Technology is…

What is the unsexiest area of Information Technology? Answer Percent Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 28% Intranets 26% Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) 19% Enterprise Content Management 11% Customer Relationship Management (CRM) 9% Big Data 6% Business Intelligence (BI) 2% Most sexiest areas of IT are BI, Bigdata and CRM in this order.