Since Boomi was acquired and abducted by Dell last year, the integration marketplace has started to heat back up. A year ago it seemed that with Cast Iron Systems (acquired by IBM) and Boomi dominating, there was hardly any room for other players.
Post by Phil Wainewright
Dell today announced it has agreed to acquire Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) integration leader Boomi to help businesses reap the full value of cloud computing. Powered by its revolutionary AtomSphere technology, Boomi offers the industry’s only pure SaaS application integration platform that takes the cost and complexity out of integrating applications by allowing easy transfer of data between cloud-based and on-premise applications with no appliances, no software and no coding required.
David Inbar, Pervasive Software's director of Worldwide Marketing for Integration and International Channels, explains the most overlooked problem when it comes to SaaS integration, as well as what's new for Pervasive, in this interview with IT Business Edge's Loraine Lawson.