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Cloud-Native
A platform architected for the cloud can provide all the
benefits of the Cloud, including scalability, high availability
and built-in redundancy.
‘Cloud-washed’ solutions just cannot provide the efficiencies
and agility of a true cloud-native integration platform.

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Open
To effectively connect the myriad of current and emerging

Essential
applications, data sources and devices, iPaaS needs to be
application and end-point agnostic.
Your iPaaS should not lock you into using applications or

characteristics
cloud platforms from specific vendors.

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of a true iPaaS Distributed
iPaaS has to integrate everything from on-premise and
Integration platform as a service (iPaaS) cloud applications to IoT and edge devices, as well as

is a foundational technology that can


support exponentially growing data volumes.
To do this effectively — and deliver on the promise of
make or break your digital low-latency, high-performance and automatic upgrades —

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an iPaaS needs to have a distributed architecture.
transformation initiatives.
Here are five key characteristics that
Low-Code
differentiate robust enterprise-grade Today's fast-paced business environment requires IT teams do
iPaaS from the wannabes. more, faster to support never-ending business requests. Speed
is critical, and code-heavy approaches just don't cut it.
Low-code development environments significantly reduce the
time needed to integrate applications and data, helping IT move

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fast and deliver projects quickly and cost-effectively.

Unified
At the core is application integration — any iPaaS should support
the gamut of integration patterns, both within an organization and
across its partner network.
But to accelerate business results, an iPaaS should also ensure
data synchronization and access to high-quality data anytime,
anywhere and on any device.