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Moving to the cloud: Why API-led architectures matter

January 29, 2019 No Comments

The role of APIs in creating a seamless cloud migration journey

Across industries, more and more companies are moving to the cloud. According to one study, approximately 93% of businesses are using cloud technologies in order to increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, and improve agility. Today, integration is a strategic component of every digital transformation and initiative that involves moving to the cloud.

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•   The top integration use cases for moving to the cloud––from integrating SaaS applications with on-premise data to migrating existing data to the cloud.

•   Why traditional approaches to the above use cases do not suffice, and the role APIs can play in the process.

•   The success stories of HSBC and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and how they used APIs in their “move to the cloud” initiatives.

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