There is no debate that software-as-a-service (SaaS) has experienced significant market growth over the past five years. Gartner and Forbes project increased growth of up to 30 percent through 2018. Current revenue metrics support those figures thus far in 2015:
As a result of this growth in the SaaS market, most companies will soon develop the business need to connect with cloud-based applications. Integration needs have expanded from traditional, on-premises B2B applications to include a wide variety of data sources: mobile devices, real-time feeds and unstructured data sets from cloud and hybrid endpoints. These new demands have redefined how we think about integration interfaces and APIs, as well as the tools we choose to build, maintain and monitor them.
Companies now find themselves trying to balance legacy and custom applications already on-premises, with the rise of social media applications and the explosive…
Dell Boomi Basics
Tallan has recently started providing 30 minute Lunch and Learn type of webinar recipes for basic iPaaS integration solutions using Dell Boomi’s Atomsphere development platform.
For this quick demonstration we’ve broken the main points into the following bullet points:
• Creating a free account
• Logging in to the Dell Boomi environment
• Creating Processes
• Connector Review
• Process features
• Understanding Profiles
• Building Maps
• Test Mode Overview
We always enjoy giving presentations and seminars on BizTalk 2006 and show IT and business stakeholders what BizTalk can do for their business. Last week was no exception with our Tallan Fall Seminars series.
In both events we had a focused group of companies/individuals who were mostly looking into adopting better ways to manage their integration processes. The goal of the seminars was to introduce BizTalk and give simple demos on how to perform message integration as well as business process modeling using orchestrations in BizTalk. If you were one of the attendees and want to learn more on how we can help you, contact us for more information.
The presentation from the NYC event can be found here.
It’s that time of the year again where we get to help clients understand what BizTalk Server can do for them. As part of the Tallan Fall Seminars series (http://www.tallan.com/fallseminars/) we will be giving seminars on SOA and BizTalk Server 2006 at Microsoft’s Manhattan offices on Oct. 17 and a TBD venue in Hartford on Oct. 19. The seminars will cover the basics of BizTalk Server for developers with an architecture overview and live demos. These seminars will be really useful for individuals who are new to BizTalk Server or who need to upgrade to the 2006 version. Hope to see you there!