Hybrid integration platforms represent next-generation technology to enable data exchange and interoperability across distributed on-premise infrastructure, software, cloud services, mobile devices, etc. They are necessary because enterprises are transforming their IT strategies and infrastructure to a distributed hybrid multi-cloud architecture. To better understand this, 451 Research conducted a survey asking IT decision-makers about their hybrid IT strategies.
Of the 336 respondents, 48% stated they will migrate enterprise workloads as needed between on-premise and public cloud environments based on policy requirements for data residency and security, the need for speed agility and innovation, as well as cost factors. Perhaps a more telling finding, and one of significant relevance to integration strategy, is that 38% said they must enable multiple applications that run in separate environments to interoperate seamlessly.
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