Hybrid integration bridges the gap between traditional storage and SaaS/PaaS, giving users a seamless experience that allows for frequent updates and innovations. Organizations across the globe are adopting a hybrid cloud environment to help them become more flexible to the complex and ever-changing business demands. We’ve recognized three strategies driving hybrid integration.
- API-led connectivity
Hybrid cloud environments solve the most challenging connectivity issues across SaaS applications, SOA and APIs. API-led connectivity drives the hybrid cloud and creates connectivity to various apps, data and devices. It’s worth noting the integration services definition, which is what I have vs. the API definition, what I share.
- iPaaS solution for complete integration on the cloud
Cloud services and hybrid integration is the combination of on-premises apps and data, SaaS apps, and cloud services.
- Eliminating silos
Organizations are making digital transformation one of their top priorities, but building a business model that is agile, adaptable and designed to thrive long into the future is challenging. In turn, clients are trying to move away from integration of AS-IS endpoints to more adaptable connectivity using APIs.
Sirius helps clients create an enterprise-grade framework that connects applications to each other and the outside world – all in a way that is less-fragile and able to leverage existing resources in new ways, instead of having them slow you down.