Big Data & iPaaS: Come Hear Why They Are Better Together

April 23 2012

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This Wednesday, April 25th we are excited to join the folks at for The Cloud Analytics Summit. This is shaping up to be a great event, jam-packed with best practice sessions and opportunities for discussion.

One of the reasons why we are partnering with THINKstrategies is to help companies see how an integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) can accelerate their Big Data and cloud analytics projects.

The integration challenges around Big Data and cloud analytics tend to be twofold. First, it’s important to have your data in a central place, and second, it’s extremely important to collect and analyze that data in real time.

Ask yourself, how helpful would it be to have analytics from only 50% of your data sources? Or how about 1-2 month old analytics about your business? By the time you collected information from all the data sources and crunched the numbers, your market opportunity may have passed you by. Today’s data sources are more distributed, and as more companies look to SaaS offerings like Workday, Box, and Salesforce.com for their core business applications, their big data and integration challenges are only going to get bigger.

We are participating in a panel discussion at the conference to explore this topic and more! We hope that you’ll join us for the discussion and stop by to see us at the expo hall. Here are the details:

About the Conference:

April 25, 2012 | Mountain View, CA
Computer History Museum
Website: http://cloudanalyticssummit.com/

Panel Discussion:
Leveraging Cloud Integration Solutions to Bring Data Together.
Hear from Mule’s own Chris Purpura, GM of Mule iON Cloud Platform

See you there!


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  2. Our friends at THINKstrategies recorded the speaking session, “Leveraging Cloud Integration Solutions to Bring Data Together”- Check out the panel discussion here: http://vimeopro.com/user8876149/cloud-analytics-summit-2012/video/41497200

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  3. iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service) is the next generation integration platform for integrating cloud applications. iPaaS can solve the problem of cloud storage by providing businesses a way to integrate cloud-based services with each other. In other words we can say that, iPaaS is a Storage Towar for Big Data.

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