IPaaS meaning integration platform as a service is a cloud-based platform that enables organizations to build, develop and govern integrations between applications, data, and processes. IPaaS deploys out-of-the-box integration flows to connect applications, synchronize data, and orchestrate processes across on-premise and private and public cloud environments.
With the growing popularity of containers, the spotlight has landed firmly on Kubernetes as the gold standard for container orchestration. To get a clear understanding of Kubernetes, it’s first imperative to understand containers.
API and application integration governance is a coordinated, multi-faceted plan to move the entire organization towards desired business outcomes. It is a guide that shows both: what is required and how it will be achieved.
API, which stands for Application Programming Interface, is just another of those abbreviations where the original expanded form is rarely used; and rightly so, since the name suggests something technical, a piece of code that cannot adequately capture one’s imagination.
APIs are an essential piece of software that tie numerous departments, functions, teams, consumers, and enterprises together. There are a number of different types of APIs, however, each with its specific functions, advantages, and disadvantages.
A microservice is a small, autonomous, self-contained software component that is loosely coupled and built around a business domain. The component is exposed with standard protocols for easy consumption and follows the Service Orientation principles for publishing and discovery.
API integration is critical to businesses operating in the digitaL economy. Customer expectations have changed, and enterprises are constantly in need of improving their customer journeys while at the same time exploring ways to reduce operational redundancies and expand their revenue streams.