November 25, 2019
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This week at the IBM Impact 2014 conference, IBM previewed a significant extension to its application development tool portfolio in the form of a new class of rapid application development tools running on top of the IBM BlueMix cloud integration service.
After being a provider of integration software primarily used on-premise to integrate enterprise applications, Jitterbit today unfurled a cloud integration platform. Andrew Leigh, vice president of products and alliances for Jitterbit, says The Harmony Cloud Integration Platform from Jitterbit offers all the same features of the on-premise edition of Jitterbit integration software in a way that can be easily extended to social, mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) applications using connectors in as little as 10 minutes.
Although mashups started out in the consumer space, their success makes a migration into corporate IT environments inevitable. Firms exploring this new software development model may struggle at first to understand the importance of mashups from a corporate perspective. In the upcoming book, Mashup Patterns, author Michael Ogrinz provides a collection of use-case driven patterns intended to explain the value of enterprise mashups to both technical and non-technical readers. We recently interviewed Michael about the patterns and what he hoped to achieve with his book.