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Six Secrets for Building a Great Hybrid Integration Architecture

Six Secrets for Building a Great Hybrid IT Integration Architecture

Hybrid data integration refers to the integration of multiple IT systems, both within an organization and between organizations, using a combination of on-premise and cloud-based computing (private cloud, public cloud, etc.). It is a flexible approach that allows organizations to integrate systems using the most appropriate technology for each use case, combining the strengths of traditional on-premise systems with the scalability and cost benefits of cloud-based solutions.

A hybrid integration solution usually involves a mix of different integration solutions including the use of APIs, middleware, and additional integration technologies to connect existing systems and data sources regardless of access methods, physical location of the data, and other variables. This enables organizations to leverage existing investments in IT while taking advantage of new cloud-based solutions as they become available.

One of the key benefits of hybrid integration is the ability to address different requirements and priorities across different parts of an organization. For example, an organization may need to integrate legacy systems that run critical core business processes, while also taking advantage of cloud-based solutions to support new, fast-paced initiatives.

Another benefit of hybrid integration is the ability to balance the need for security and data privacy with the need for agility and scalability. By using a combination of on-premise and cloud-based solutions, organizations can keep sensitive data within their own firewalls while still taking advantage of the scalability and innovation of cloud-based solutions.

In this whitepaper, you will learn how to get a jumpstart on bringing your Hybrid Integration framework in line with today’s technologies and business goals:

  1. Plan Where to Host Your Integration Tools: Our experts will help you evaluate the pros and cons of various hosting options as well as the importance of strategic planning of your hybrid integration architecture.
  2. Decide on Authorization & Access Management: Learn about different security measures that you’ll need to implement in order to tame your hybrid integration topography.
  3. Analyze Who is Going be the End User: Avoid common drawbacks and pitfalls of hybrid integration by identifying the end user.
  4. Consider Line of Business Growth Needs: Take a look at how you can scale integration components for diverse ongoing business growth.
  5. Provide Bi-modal Integration Modes: Know the benefits of a bi-modal integration framework that supports mission-critical development projects as well as fast analytical what-if projects.
  6. Ensure Data Governance: Learn about key levers to mitigate risks to organizational data with better data governance strategies.

Download this whitepaper to learn about these six checkpoints for keeping your Hybrid Integration Framework scalable, agile, secure, and capable.