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By RFID Journal


Solace, Dell Boomi Partner on Event-Driven Application Integration

Solace, the creators of PubSub+, an advanced message broker that can be used to create an event distribution mesh, has announced a global partnership with Dell Boomi (Boomi), a leading provider of cloud integration and workflow automation software, to deliver an event-driven Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) for hybrid and multi-cloud enterprise integration.

The partnership provides a combination of Boomi's leading integration capabilities and Solace's proven multi-cloud event distribution mesh to power more effective enterprise digital transformations by allowing efficient integration of applications supported by a real-time eventing and messaging backbone. This solution improves response times and overall performance and agility while significantly cutting down on the time and energy it takes to integrate with more systems.

"Boomi and Solace offer unique synergies that let our joint customers accelerate their transformation into agile, cloud-first organizations," said David Tavolaro, Boomi's VP of Global Business Development. "We're delighted to partner with Solace to give enterprises access to our market-leading iPaaS technology and reduce the cost and delays of traditional integration."

As enterprises adopt hybrid cloud and multi-cloud IT architectures, innovative Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and microservices architectures, it is increasingly important that they also deploy connecting solutions that are scalable and can respond to critical events. According to Gartner1, event-sourced, real-time situational awareness will be a required characteristic for 70% of new digital business solutions by 2022, and 80% of new business ecosystems will require support for event processing. Solace and Boomi's joint technologies will allow enterprises to transition entire architectures to the cloud, more effectively integrate predominate systems such as SAP and Salesforce, and enable applications to move from batched to real-time communications.

"We're excited to partner with Dell Boomi so that today's enterprises can accelerate their digital transformations," said Paul Fitzpatrick, Chief Business Development Officer at Solace. "Our proven track record in scalable and reliable data movement, paired with Boomi's expertise in application integration, provides the solution enterprises need to ditch their legacy systems and transform."

Leading organizations are choosing Solace and Dell Boomi as they replace legacy integration technologies with open standards-based, event-driven capabilities and move to the cloud.

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