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Eckerson Group: A Guide to Hybrid Integration Platforms

Five Must-Have Capabilities for Hybrid Integration

Traditional integration tools aren't designed to integrate the broad range of cloud and on-premises data and application necessary for digital transformation. That makes it hard to support all the types of integration use cases you encounter in increasingly complex hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

Eckerson Group's "A Guide to Hybrid Integration Platforms" is an Informatica-exclusive report explaining why a hybrid integration platform (HIP) is the practical solution for ensuring seamless integration regardless of your data management landscape. You will learn about:

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  • The five must-have capabilities of HIP
  • HIP components and architecture
  • Implementation planning and models
  • Challenges and best practices

Hybrid integration is a critical aspect of data management for digital transformation, so it's not a matter of whether you'll implement HIP, but when. Download the report to get started now.