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Choose Your Cloud With Integration In Mind

September 9, 2011 No Comments

Those already working with public clouds understand that integration links should go into existing enterprises systems. For example, customer data entered into a cloud service should be synchronized with customer data in your enterprise systems. Common sense, right?

Most organizations that use cloud computing understand the need to use interfaces to access both information and services from the cloud, whether direct links from application to application via APIs or through some sort of integration engine. But you may not know that some cloud providers limit the number of interfaces they can provide in a single instance.

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