The case for making integration a first-class citizen
Over the past several years, there has been a sudden rise in the demand for digital services. Industries that resisted the shift to digital for decades are now scrambling to keep up.
To adapt, organizations like banks, insurance companies, and financial services firms have shifted to take advantage of the cloud, enabling modern development practices such as Devops. However, becoming fully cloud-native is a risky and expensive endeavor. The time it takes to implement such drastic changes is often far longer than these organizations have to address their immediate needs.
As a best-of-both-worlds approach to the massive undertaking that is a total migration to the cloud, adopting a “hybrid cloud” approach became the new standard—enabling enterprises to reap the benefits of cloud computing without large-scale changes to their existing technology