The Spectrum of Integration Webinar Series

Today’s digital business requires an unprecedented convergence of people, businesses, and things that changes existing business models and creates new revenue opportunities. The foundation of a digital business is the ability to connect various systems and data sources, whether on-premises or in the cloud, resulting in a single, seamless, trusted view of your data. Digital business initiatives will not be truly successful without a full spectrum of integration. 

Jan 30
10:00 am - 11:00 am PDT

Did you know . . . ? 

The average marketing department uses 25 Software as a Service (SaaS) applications
The average HR department uses 20
And even financial departments use SaaS apps to get their work done

SaaS cloud applications provide a breadth of services—calendaring to email, accounting to invoicing, benefits to payroll . . . and one thing they all have in common? For better end-user efficiency, they all need help to link apps together.

The rapid adoption of containers is driven by the benefits of DevOps and microservices architecture, hybrid cloud goals, and the promise of a consistent deployment approach and runtime execution parity across on-premises and cloud servers. View this on demand webinar to learn how to get started building cloud-native applications and deploy to various container or PaaS platforms using TIBCO BusinessWorks™ Container Edition.

Mar 9
11:00 am - 12:00 pm CET

Are you struggling to find the optimal deployment model for your API Management platform? You’ve probably been looking at either a SaaS or an on-premises solution, but we have good news for you… Now, you have the option of a hybrid API gateway as well, that combines the best of both worlds; the convenience of SaaS combined with the flexibility of on-premises software.

Mar 13
10:00 am - 11:00 am PST

In the age of digital business, integration leaders must interconnect an exploding number of endpoints that are spread across various delivery models. With demands rising as lines of business continue to adopt SaaS solutions, integration can no longer be addressed by a centralized group. Increasingly, organizations are moving toward a hybrid integration platform, (HIP), to support do-it-yourself integration, creating a requirement for new skills to support this hybrid model.