The massive growth of APIs and SaaS applications has created a need to integrate anything, anywhere. This integration wave presents unique challenges for organizations looking to integrate both in the cloud and on-premise. Join Ross Mason, Founder & CTO of MuleSoft, as he discusses the emerging hybrid architectures designed to manage this challenge.
In this webinar, you will:
- Hear what the API explosion means to you
- Identify where your integration project falls in the hybrid use case spectrum
- Learn cloud/on-premise integration best practices
- Explore the MuleSoft solution: integrate anything,
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