Source: “Hype Cycle for Application Architecture, 2016,” Gartner, Inc., Report: 27 July 2016

Analyst(s): Anne Thomas et al.

According to Gartner, as referenced in Hype Cycle for Application Architecture, 2016 (Published: 27 July 2016), “Application architecture is undergoing a wave of innovation as organizations invent new architectural paradigms, patterns and structures to support digital business initiatives and modern delivery processes. CTOs should leverage this wave for increased agility and competitive advantage.”

Torry Harris is mentioned as a sample vendor under the category “Mediated APIs.” This “Hype Cycle” mentions that architectural patterns like “Mediated APIs” is “on the rise.” Gartner previously referred to this pattern as software-defined application services (SDAS).

As a system integrator with a version-managed API management product, Torry Harris has a long history of deploying SOA-API based transformation services. The company focuses on high-end, niche technical skills, predominantly in Integration, SOA/API, Cloud, Mobility, Data Analytics and Digital Enablement services.

Torry Harris helps businesses use APIs to securely share data and services across innumerable devices and channels. Torry Harris has been consistently enhancing its digital technology offerings and its vision to become an end-to-end digital solutions service provider has been acknowledged by all leading analyst firms. Torry Harris believes that its experience in SOA governance has helped Torry Harris to keep pace with the digital evolution through API management that matured with other Torry Harris consulting offerings.

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Hype Cycle for Application Architecture, 2016

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