Cloud-based Integration and SOA Architecture: The Benefits of a Peer-to-Peer Approach
sponsored by Fiorano Software, Inc.

The Emergence of cloud computing has complicated today’s already rapidly changing enterprise environment. As Enterprise Software applications grow in complexity, the need for organizations to leverage cloud computing as part of their integration strategies is growing exponentially. Putting a cloud integration and Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) strategy, in play prepares enterprises for the next generation of flexible, distributed and scalable cloud-enabled business applications while facilitating greater operational efficiency, generating more revenue, and helping businesses enter new markets.

The key to success in the networked economy is the ability to create and deploy distributed cloud-based ESB and SOA processes to integrate value chains in concert with changing requirements. Faster change management will help enterprises integrate their processes over the cloud so they can achieve greater efficiency, generate more revenue, and enter new markets.

The move toward cloud computing affects all software application deployment in the future. This paper addresses the software infrastructure requirements for SOA-enabled systems to leverage Cloud Computing for the deployment of the next generation of flexible, distributed and scalable cloud-enabled business applications.

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