Dell Boomi, Informatica and MuleSoft are among the tools CIO describes as “designed to help IT execs free up their budgets and their staff so both can be used towards more strategic, line of business projects.”
According to CIO, Dell Boomi AtomSphere “is a cloud-based software Platform as a Service used by customers that want to integrate their various cloud-based applications with each other and with on-premise applications. New functionality provided as part of an upgrade last summer allows usage of multiple data sources and reservation of cloud resources for real-time data transfer in integration processes. The company announced in February that the AtomSphere platform is now handling more than a million integration processes per day. That number is 250% higher than it was a year ago.”
The new Informatica Cloud Data Masking service “reduces the risk of data breaches during application development and testing. And the new Informatica Cloud Extend workflow service is geared toward business process creation and management in the cloud. The upgrade from the company’s 2012 Winter version also delivers new security and administration features that support broader cloud integration deployments and strengthen IT governance and control.”
And Mulesoft, “Delivered as a packaged integration experience, CloudHub and Mule ESB are built on open source technology to provide quick, reliable application integration without vendor lock-in. The company offers CloudHub, a cloud-based integration platform as a service (iPaaS) for connecting SaaS, cloud and on-premise applications and APIs; and, Mule ESB, an open source enterprise service bus for connecting enterprise applications on-premise and to the cloud.”
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