It's no secret: Organizations are putting their business apps in the cloud -- but they're not doing it wholesale. For most, it's a slow but steady rollout. Learn what you need to be aware of in this issue of Business Information e-zine.
This E-book presents an overview of the B2B integration landscape: its challenges, its opportunities, and the approaches that leading organizations follow in developing a robust and scalable EDI solution.
This three-part guide explores how application integration practices are being shaken up in modern enterprises. View now to discover experts' thoughts on how NoSQL and microservices are advancing app integration middleware; why architects are giving application integration a REST; and more.
Access this e-guide to hear from experts such as Erik Marks, founder and CEO of AgilePath, a long-time SOA and BPM specialist, on the subject of the BPM-modernization relationship. Discover the modernization needs BPM can fill, and when it's not the best choice.
Automation has routinized work to increase efficiency; however, it is designed in a way that removes competitive differentiation. In this expert e-guide, see a Q&A with Neil Ward-Dutton, co-founder and research director of MWD Advisors, regarding dynamic case management (DCM).
How important is BPM to application modernization? Find out in this expert e-guide, where you'll learn how some organizations are successfully modernizing legacy applications with BPM, and find out how picking the right certification program can build up critical skills and know-how for your IT professionals.
Agile development processes require a new lightweight approach to enterprise architecture (EA), one that's built on collaboration and a firm set of principles. This expert guide discusses best practices for modern EA and design.
Every business wants to get the most value from their enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, and keep it working for all business events in the future. To do this requires the right technology, and an event-driven ERP platform may be just the thing.