3 Major Trends in Enterprise Application Integration
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3 Major Trends in Enterprise Application Integration

By CIOReview | Thursday, January 14, 2021
Justin Smith, CIOReview

Justin Smith, CIOReview

Implementing integrated digital operations simplifies enterprise-wide decision making, enhances productivity and reduces costs.

FREMONT, CA: Enterprise in today's world is not the same as it was before. Today's world is changing with advancing technologies, and many businesses are getting benefits from it. Enterprises are moving at a relentless pace, with technology playing an essential part. Be it any of the modern-day technologies - Big data, Cloud, or loT. Customers can get control of their respective data from anywhere at any time. Enterprise Application Integration helps in an efficient data flow from one program to another.

• Switching to the CloudTop Enterprise Application Integration Consulting/Service Companies

Cloud-based application integration is becoming the de facto framework for enabling on-premises and cloud-based business applications to seamlessly act as a secure, unified infrastructure. Over 60 percent of businesses are considering implementing cloud integration. Cloud integration avoids the need to manage multiple on-premises and cloud-based data silos and allows authorized users to access business data across geographic locations. It also allows more effective information security by ensuring that security controls like intrusion identification and intrusion prevention systems are in place and accessible during service initialization.

• Shifting to Data Centricity

Enterprise often confuses being data-centric with being data-driven, but these two are different. Being data-driven is developing the organizational culture so that it uses data for various business processes, while being data-centric is transforming the organization so that information becomes its primary resource. A data-driven method accounts for all the processes, tools, and cultural changes needed to act on data but lacks the business's internal transformation that revolves around data.

• Runtime analytics

More businesses are generating business intelligence and analytics on integrated data at runtime. It means, instead of storing integrated data in warehouses and then performing complex, time-consuming analysis in sections, organizations are conducting research on the run. Decision-makers get the insights they need instantly, enabling them to monitor internal and external changes in real-time and make time-sensitive decisions.