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By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 08, 2016
In this solution brief, you'll learn how IBM Integration Bus enables you to: - Eliminate the need for point-to-point connectivity - Connect across an array of packaged applications and web services - Route and transform data in virtually any format so you can read, interpret and convert multiple data formats - Expose and extend back-end systems to mobile devices
Tags : ibm, middleware, api economy, ibm integration bus, business agility
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By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 17, 2016
In this solution brief, you'll learn how IBM Integration Bus enables you to: - Eliminate the need for point-to-point connectivity - Connect across an array of packaged applications and web services - Route and transform data in virtually any format so you can read, interpret and convert multiple data formats - Expose and extend back-end systems to mobile devices
Tags : ibm, middleware, api economy, ibm integration bus, business agility
     IBM
By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Jan 16, 2018
Evolving citizen and constituent expectations have created the imperative for government to digitally transform. Delivering on these expectations grows more challenging by the year, as the proliferation of modern technologies (e.g. SaaS, mobile, IoT) forces IT teams to rethink how to best deliver projects to their constituents and deliver on their mission. Microservices have emerged as a means through which government IT teams can increase project delivery speed without compromising on security. This whitepaper discusses the role microservices can play in government, and how API-led connectivity helps agencies to more effectively and securely implement a microservices architecture. Readers will learn: How agencies have increased IT agility with reusable microservices Why government IT teams must move beyond point-to-point integration How microservices enable secure data sharing within and across agencies How API-led connectivity supports microservices adoption in government
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By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Nov 27, 2018
Evolving citizen and constituent expectations have created the imperative for government to digitally transform. Delivering on digital transformation grows more challenging by the year, as the proliferation of modern technologies (e.g. SaaS, mobile, IoT) forces IT teams to rethink how to best deliver projects to their constituents and deliver on their mission. Microservices have emerged as a means through which government IT teams can increase project delivery speed without compromising on security. This whitepaper discusses the role microservices can play in government, and how API-led connectivity helps agencies to more effectively and securely implement a microservices architecture. Readers will learn: Why government IT teams must move beyond point-to-point integration How API-led connectivity supports microservices adoption in government How government can use MuleSoft’s FedRAMP In Process integration platform to rapidly develop APIs and microservices
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By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Apr 15, 2019
United Kingdom (U.K.) citizens expect fast, connected, and seamless experiences. Government bodies face a growing delta between citizen’s expectations of experience and the reality of how quickly they can deliver now that sophisticated private sector customer experiences are the new standard. Legacy IT stacks, budgetary constraints, and inflexible core systems are only a few of the hurdles government face to overcome the digital transformation imperative. By moving beyond point-to-point integration and embracing reusable microservices, government can increase the speed of delivery without compromising security. Read this whitepaper to learn: Why U.K. government must move beyond point-to-point integration. How API-led connectivity support microservices adoption in government. How government IT teams can use MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform to better execute against their digital transformation agenda.
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By: Comcast Business     Published Date: Mar 24, 2015
Interconnecting three or more sites across a metro or wide area network has traditionally been accomplished via a hub and spoke network topology using Private Lines, Frame Relay or IP VPNs over the Internet. Ethernet services support hub and spoke topologies but also support an “any-to-any” network topology similar to a LAN but delivered over a wide area. This latter capability is unique to Ethernet services and cannot be cost effectively delivered using legacy point-to-point technologies such as Frame Relay or IP VPNs. This paper discusses two options for multi-site connectivity using Ethernet services. One option discusses the classical hub and spoke topology using Ethernet Virtual Private Lines (EVPL). The other option discusses the “any-to-any” topology using an Ethernet Private LAN (EP-LAN) service. Through examples, the paper illustrates the capabilities of the two approaches and their benefits.
Tags : multi-site connectivity, ethernet, security, ip transparency, performance, ep-lan, evpl
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By: CradlePoint     Published Date: May 17, 2016
Cradlepoint Helps Quick Serve Restaurant Achieve Network Success The combined solution of Cradlepoint AER2100 devices and Cradlepoint Enterprise Cloud Manager (ECM) enables Raising Cane’s to intelligently manage their converged wired and wireless connectivity, utilize advanced security applications like IPS/IDS - all while enabling PCI compliance. This allows Severns and his team to centrally configure, monitor, and manage the Raising Cane’s network with ease.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 09, 2009
Does your IT change as fast as the market? A service-oriented architecture (SOA) provides a foundation that enables agility and aligns IT to business goals. This interactive presentation from IBM will show you how to provide fast, flexible, reliable access to information, business-wide. It also covers methods to ensure trust, management and security across business applications.
Tags : application foundation, ibm, service-oriented architecture, soa, websphere, point-to-point connectivity, esb messaging, esb enrichment
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By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 16, 2009
Learn how Liverpool, one of the most important retailers in Mexico, leveraged ESB messaging and enrichment to move from an inefficient, highly-complex point-to-point integration platform to a flexible SOA connectivity and integration solution that helped Liverpool reduce their costs and streamline information to customers and partners from days to seconds.
Tags : ibm, ebf, smart soa, connectivity infrastructure, integration platform, retail, esb messaging
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