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Integration platform as a service

Integration platform as a service

Integration platform as a service definition

Integration platform as a service (iPaaS) is a cloud-based platform that helps companies integrate different systems, applications, and data sources. This way, iPaaS becomes a central hub in the cloud for company devices to communicate through. iPaaS lets you keep an eye on all these connections to make sure they’re working smoothly. You can also fix any problems that pop up without a lot of hassle.

See also: monitoring as a service, storage as a service

Where is the integration platform as a service used?

  • Enterprise application integration. The most common iPaaS use case is integrating applications for customer relationship management, resource planning, HR management, and supply chain management systems.
  • Data migration. iPaaS is a great solution when a company needs to migrate data. iPaaS allows you to connect to legacy systems, databases, and applications, as well as easily migrate data.
  • E-commerce. In e-commerce, iPaaS ensures a seamless omnichannel experience for customers by synchronizing data and transactions across multiple channels and touchpoints.
  • Cloud-to-cloud integration. iPaaS can also be used to ensure data consistency across cloud services by connecting software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, cloud storage, and business process automation platforms.
  • Internet of things (IoT) integration. IoT devices and sensors collect vast amounts of data that companies can use for real-time data ingestion, processing, and analysis with the help of iPaaS.

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