A recent report from MWD Advisors takes a deeper look into TIBCO Cloud Integration, looking at its features and capabilities, its principle audiences, and how it is a crucial part of TIBCO’s broader integration capability set. TIBCO Cloud Integration goes back to TIBCO’s roots — focusing on solving integration-related problems… Read More →
TIBCO is excited to be named a leader in Full Lifecycle API Management for the fourth time in a row by Gartner. We’re especially excited since only two other vendors have achieved this accomplishment. It truly highlights the valuable and unique capabilities that our API management platform, TIBCO Mashery®, offers… Read More →
As the AI-fueled, edge-exposed, blockchain-driven, and streaming analytics-enabled use cases of the future move closer into view, new technologies are needed to make the vision real. Unique and complex workloads accompany the use cases of the future, but luckily, the enabling technologies to compute those workloads have already arrived.
Machine learning at the edge is becoming an integral part of modern applications. From the web to mobile to IoT, machine learning is powering a new breed of applications through natural user experiences and inbuilt intelligence, all in devices themselves that can make decisions and take actions right on the… Read More →
One of the most appealing use cases for blockchain is supply chain. Traditionally, supply chain processes are slow and disjointed. Fortunately, there are multiple benefits that a blockchain can provide to the complex supply chain world. In an upcoming webinar “Blockchain to the Supply Chain Rescue”, we will outline the… Read More →
Size does matter! In the case of microservices and functions, I’d much prefer a smaller, leaner footprint as opposed to the often overly bloated frameworks we’ve seen floating around the enterprise landscape. Project Flogo, was written entirely in Golang with the goal of running highly performant microservices in the smallest… Read More →
At TIBCO NOW last week, I had the pleasure of announcing and demonstrating native machine learning capabilities, directly within Flogo Flows at the edge, directly on device without any networking requirements—all of the inferencing and aggregation is happening on device! What does this mean? Well, in some cases, it can… Read More →
Project Flogo—an open source, ultralight edge microservices framework—now supports the running of Flogo flows as functions within AWS Lambda.
I’ve written a few different blog posts on Project Flogo , so I will not go into detail on what Flogo is, but please feel free to read one (or all) of my earlier posts. However, I do want to emphasize one key point: Flogo is an ultra-lightweight open source process… Read More →
Welcome to the second of a three-part blog series, kicked off last week by Rajeev where he reviewed TIBCO’s IoT strategy. In this blog, I’ll spend some time focusing on Flogo, the open source project and our newly introduced edge app support. Let’s get started, shall we?