Friday Mar 30, 2012

What does private cloud Daas or DBaaS really mean ?

Just had meeting with Fortune 1000 company regarding their private DBaaS or DaaS offering. Interesting to see what DBaaS really means to them:
1. Automated Database provisioning - Being able to 'one button' provision databases and database objects. This
includings creating the database instance, creating database objects, network configuration and security
provisioning. It is estimated that just being able to provision a new DB table in automated fashion will reduce time
required to create a new DB table from 60 hours down to 8 hours.
2. Virtualization and blades - DBaaS infrastructure is all based upon VMs and blades.
3. Consolidation of database vendors - Moving from over ten database vendors down to three.

Monday Nov 07, 2011

Integration as a Service from Mulesoft

I blogged about integration as a service a few weeks back. The article discusses Mulesoft. Mulesoft is offering bringing Enterprise Server Buses to the cloud.
Cloud-based integration platform as a service (iPaaS) - SD Times Article

Friday Jun 24, 2011

Cloud INaaS from Data Integration companies

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.

Tuesday May 31, 2011

Cloud INaaS (Integration-as-a-Service) from SaaS providers

Saleforce.com is the leading independent SaaS provider so a logical place to start when discussing INaaS (integration-as-a-Service) and SaaS. Salesforce.com’s approach to INaaS is to offer a rich web services APIs and a catalog of pre-integrated applications. The developer API-focused approach makes sense given Salesforce.com’s rich heritage of developing easy to use and extensible applications accessible over the Internet. Workday is another pure-play SaaS provider to enterprise customers. The Workday cloud-based approach to integration is more extensive then what is offered by Salesforce.com as it includes these three core components: • Standards-based, web services APIs - At the core of Workday are open, standards-based APIs that give complete programmatic access to business operations and processes. • Integration Cloud Platform – An INaaS platform for building, deploying, and managing integrations to and from Workday. All integrations are deployed to and run in the Workday Cloud without the need for any on-premise integration software or applications servers. • Integration Cloud Connect – a growing ecosystem of pre-built, packaged integrations and connectors to complementary solutions that are built, supported, and maintained by Workday.
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