My colleagues and I recently published more analysis on various providers of solutions for Cloud Services Integration / SaaS Integration. Research (license required) includes:
- Who’s Who in Cloud-Computing/SaaS Integration, Volume 2 (just released!)
- Cool Vendors in Multienterprise B2B, 2010 (just released — and this includes other cool B2B vendors too)
- Who’s Who in Cloud-Computing/SaaS Integration, Volume 1 (Circa April 2009)
Across these bits of research we’ve provided analysis of the Cloud Services Integration / SaaS Integration offerings from Appirio, Appresso, Boomi, Cast Iron, Celigo, Informatica, Infoteria, iWay Software, Jitterbit, Loren Data, Microsoft and Pervasive. Its a good start but we’ve run across dozens of providers with various forms of integration solutions for SaaS and other Cloud services. Many offerings are based on integration as a service (IaaS), but its worth noting that many IT users are still leveraging various B2B software approaches to integration Cloud-based services with each other, and with on-premise applications. Only a few providers offer Cloud-based IDE’s, and even fewer offer API’s for provisioning and leveraging Cloud-based integration functionality (per my Cloud API Manifesto for Integration As A Service), but we’re tracking this trend as more do so over time.
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