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Neuron ESB’s Adapter Metadata Generation Wizard Breathes New Life into Enterprise Service Bus for On-Prem, Cloud Integration

Neuron ESB is breathing new life and capabilities into the trusty enterprise service bus for any-to-any integrations – even to the cloud. Neuron ESB is combining its library of adapters with a new Adapter Metadata Generation Wizard to easily share, add, update or delete data and records across popular on-prem and cloud apps. IDN speaks with Neuron ESB’s John Petersen.

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Integration Lifecycle Management: What Really Makes a Successful Integration?

Software professionals have followed the tenants of the ‘application lifecycle’ for years. But in a new world of hybrid computing, SaaS and cloud, understanding an ‘integration lifecycle’ may hold the keys to future IT success. Scribe Software’s Brendan Peterson explains it all to IDN.

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Dell Boomi iPaaS Powers ‘Connected Cloud’ Services from UK’s AgilityWorks

Dell Boomi’s Atomsphere iPaaS is powering a menu of enterprise-class software and data cloud apps and integration services from UK-based AgilityWorks.  As a result, European customers can use AgilityWorks’ Connected Cloud Enterprise to integrate their on-premises apps and databases with Salesforce.com, Workday, SAP, Microsoft Dynamics.

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Oracle Delivers ‘Hybrid Integration’ with Latest Oracle Cloud PaaS Updates

Later this month, Oracle will reveal the next wave of offerings for its enterprise-class cloud platform.  The Oracle Cloud PaaS ‘all-in-one’ configurable platform delivers a smart and flexible option for achieving any-to-any hybrid integration – across on-premises and cloud for apps, data and even processes. IDN talks with Oracle’s Amit Zavery.

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Talend Looks To Democratize Master Data Management with Step-by-Step Guidance for Success

Talend is offering deeper guidance on Master Data Management to help companies design for success during the crucial early planning phases of a data integration project. IDN talks with Talend’s Jean-Michel Franco

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SnapLogic Embraces IoT in Latest iPaaS; Adds Value with Hadoop-Ready Integrations

With its Spring 2015 release, SnapLogic’s integration platform as a service introduces support for Internet of Things (IoT), via the MQTT protocol, innovative support for IoT data on Hadoop, along with plans to support other protocols and standards.   IDN talks with SnapLogic’s Jason Slater.

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Liaison Alloy Platform Redefines Integration and Data Management

Liaison Technologies is shipping a cloud service that aims to handle integration and data management all at once – from a unified multi-tenant platform.  Liaison Alloy Platform comes after three years of R&D and investment, and is being rolled out to the market as the first dPaaS (Data Platform as a Service).

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SOA Software Becomes Akana; Change Reflects Focus on APIs, Microservices and Light-Weight Integration

SOA Software, a pioneer in service-oriented architecture, this week changed its name to Akana to reflect the broadening view of integration held today by IT architects.  The name change signifies Akana’s support for a broad range of light-weight integrations.  IDN talks with vice president Roberto Medrano.

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SnapLogic Ultra Pipelines Deliver Real-Time, Enterprise-Class Integration To iPaaS

SnapLogic is taking another step to make iPaaS more high-performance and enterprise-grade. SnapLogic’s Ultra Pipelines can access and integrate data at nearly real-time speeds and deliver more data-centric integration capabilities. IDN talks with SnapLogic’s Timothy Lui.

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SnapLogic iPaaS Adds Lifecycle Management, Security To Speed Deployment, Empower ‘Citizen Integrators’

SnapLogic’s latest update to its iPaaS (integration platform as a service) delivers tighter security and rigorous lifecycle management. The features are all designed to promote a higher level of worry-free self-service for a new breed of ‘citizen integrator.’ IDN speaks with SnapLogic’s Craig Stewart.

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Red Hat’s OpenShift Enterprise Private PaaS Powers FICO Analytic Cloud

FICO is using Red Hat’s OpenShift Enterprise on-premises, private PaaS (Platform as a Service) to bring its predictive analytics and decision management software to the cloud. The FICO Analytic Cloud aims to drop the barriers to design and deployment of a solution that can mine data for impactful and real-time insights, according to FICO and Red Hat officials.

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Oracle’s Latest Cloud Services Target Mobile, SaaS, BPM and Big Data

Oracle is rolling out a new menu of cloud services, each fine-tuned to help deliver projects on the list of just about every enterprise CIO. There are Oracle Cloud Services for big data, mobile app, SaaS-to-on-prem integration and even BPM or process apps integration.

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