Are you paying for empty hours in your integration project?

Are you paying for empty hours in your integration project?

‘Empty hours’ describes work done by technology consultants that don’t add any value to the customer. Whether you are a developer, systems integrator, or customer, empty hours on an integration project is work that could be done quicker and better with a modern integration solution. These days the ease and affordability of cloud-based integration solutions makes custom coded integration invalid and out-of-date.

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Should you Build or Buy a software integration solution?

Integration is a new hot topic in software development as the solution landscape evolves with the growth of cloud and mobile applications. Developers are usually tasked with job of implementing an integration solution. When deciding how to implement integrations between internal (and increasingly external) systems, developers have to address the question – build or buy?

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Application development and integration trends

Flowgear has been recognized two years running in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), and we exhibited at the recent Gartner Application Architecture, Development and Infrastructure (AADI) Summit in London. A valuable benefits of attending is hearing presentations by... Read More

Securing TLS Endpoints

With the recent exposure of Heartbleed and POODLE vulnerabilities, we decided to take a good look at our environment and make sure that our TLS endpoints were up to scratch, this is what we found. For best results, there are 3 aspects to a TLS... Read More