The recent growth of SaaS applications, systems, and services in the market has greatly impacted how we approach enterprise architecture. Data now resides beyond the enterprise firewall and needs to be controlled and managed – a problem made increasingly difficult by the growing popularity of bring your own device (BYOD) policies.
Hybrid integration bridges the network divide between existing enterprise databases, warehouses, applications, legacy systems and SaaS, B2B, B2C, BYOD, and big data. It leverages new systems to make way for innovation, competitive advantage, and driving new business models, allowing on-premise applications to seamlessly integrate with cloud based ones. MuleSoft helps enterprises connect applications both on-premise and in the cloud, simplifying the integration process and allow for seamless hybrid integration.
This week, we’re excited to announce that MuleSoft has been named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Hybrid² Integration, Q1 2014. MuleSoft has been recognized as a leader in all four hybrid² integration scenarios: Wide Integration, Deep Integration, Cloud Integration and Internet-of-Things Integration.
The entire report, which is available at www.mulesoft.com/forrester-wave, evaluates 14 different software vendors across 51 evaluation criteria to recommend the best choice of an integration platform, tools, and cloud-based integration or iPaaS services.
Get your complimentary report to discover where MuleSoft ranks in the following integration focuses:
- Wide Integration
- Deep Integration
- Cloud Integration
- Internet of Things Integration
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