Monday Jul 11, 2011
A new technology area like cloud computing always attracts new IT vendors that provide solutions specific to the new technology area. This is the case in cloud computing and new IT vendors that offer products specific to INaaS. Hubspan and Cordys are two such companies. Hubspan offers a multitenant integration platform that can handle all major enterprise applications, transports, and data formats, as well as core business processes such as procurement, logistics, payments, and human capital management. The Hubspan solution is offered in a SaaS model. Cordys offers a Business Operations Platform (BOP) suite as a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)-enablement play for enterprises. Its vision is to become an enterprise application integration replacement by providing 'Tibco like integration’ in the cloud.' Cordys' BOP suite includes business application monitoring (BAM), BPM, master data management and integration tools.
Friday Jun 24, 2011
By llaszews on Jun 24, 2011
Traditional integration IT vendors are also starting to offer INaaS. Infomatica has been the most aggressive integration vendor when it comes to offering INaaS. Informatica has offered INaaS for over five years and continues to add capabilities, has a number of high profile references, and also continues to add out-of-the-box cloud integration with major COTS and SaaS providers. The Informatica Marketplace contains pre-packaged Informatica Cloud end-points and plug-ins. One such MarketPlace solution, is integration with Oracle E-Business Suite using Informatica integration. The Informatica E-Business Suite INaaS offering includes automatic loading and extraction of data between Salesforce CRM and on-premise systems, cloud-to-cloud, flat files, and relational database. The entire Informatica Cloud integration solution runs in an Informatica managed facility (PaaS). When running in a PaaS environment, Informatica offers an option to keep an exact copy of your cloud-based data on-premise for archival, compliance, and enterprise reporting requirements.
Migrating legacy client/server and mainframe technologies to the Oracle cloud.
- Migrating blog entries
- Middleware and Cloud Computing Book
- Oracle Enterprise Manager with AWS Database Instance
- AWS EC2 Overview book
- AWS EC2 Oracle RDB - Storing and managing my data
- AWS CloudFormations, Oracle Assembly Builder, Chef and Puppet
- IBM DB2 AIX RISC to Oracle Linux Sun x86
- Amazon CloudFormations and Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder
- Amazon AMIs and Oracle VM templates
- Migrating RISC to x86 - endianess 'issue'