In order to transform into a digital business, you need to find an integration solution that works for your business. There is no right or wrong answer; it’s the solution that you think will best solve current challenges your organization is facing, as well as any challenges you may face in the future. The best place to start is by going with a digitally sovereign solution.
A solution that is digitally sovereign is independent, neutral, and open. Companies that excel in digital sovereignty remain in control of their data and drive their own unbiased conclusions from data. Digitally sovereign solutions are not constrained in the direction or speed of their innovation.
A digital business must remain independent. It must own its own data, build unique intelligence, establish trust, and drive innovation. You want a solution that doesn’t sell applications or workloads, infrastructure services, or operating systems, but rather a digital business platform. The technologies must keep customer possibilities as broad as possible by connecting to any data and any technology. These solutions are open by design, with core capabilities available as open source technologies, which allows customers and partners to extend them, increasing innovation and benefitting all customers.
Digital sovereignty fuels digital businesses by enabling better decisions and faster, smarter actions. You want a solution that can interconnect your APIs and systems, devices and people to capture data in real time wherever it is and augment the intelligence of your business through analytical insights.
Through an independent, vendor-neutral report from Appvance, founder Frank Cohen has evaluated four of the top integration solutions on the market: Spring Boot, MuleSoft, Red Hat, and TIBCO. This is the fourth iteration of the kit, where Cohen examines developer productivity and software usability for building a distributed application, integrating various components, and deploying within new architectural patterns such as cloud, microservices, and serverless.
The kit is provided as open source, with developer journals that compare step-by-step approaches for implementing each vendor solution, plus mistakes (and solutions) learned. You will also learn what the total cost of ownership (TCO) to implement each of these solutions, including the cost of initial implementation and the cost to make changes.
With the help of this extensive kit, you can find the integration solution that will foster digital sovereignty to fuel your digital business.
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