TIBCO Collaborates with AWS to Offer Serverless Integration Solutions

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TIBCO Software Inc., is collaborating with Amazon Web Services (AWS), to deliver next-generation serverless integration offerings.

TIBCO is the first integration vendor to offer support for AWS Lambda Serverless Compute by creating Functions-as-a-Service (FaaS) with its ultralight edge microservices framework, open-source Project Flogo.

In addition to this collaboration, customers can now consume TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition and Plug-ins from AWS Marketplace. The integration of these products with AWS’s offerings complement the TIBCO Connected Intelligence Cloud, with the goal of supporting customers on their digital journeys.

“Integration has evolved to become an enabler of digital transformation, leading customers to seek support for modern, microservices-based application integration and dynamic, pay-as-you-go deployment options,” said Matt Quinn, executive vice president, products and technology, and chief technology officer, TIBCO. “This strategic collaboration enhances our current TIBCO Connected Intelligence offerings and enables our customers to meet their digital transformation challenges head-on.”

TIBCO is also releasing TIBCO Cloud Messaging, along with Community Editions for TIBCO FTL, TIBCO eFTL, and TIBCO ActiveSpaces.

TIBCO Cloud Messaging and Community Editions for TIBCO FTL and TIBCO eFTL provide simple, yet robust, messaging platforms for users looking for high-performance messaging, or the transportation of messages through IT architecture.

With the Community Editions, users can deploy up to 100 production instances of TIBCO FTL and TIBCO eFTL or connections of up to 1,000 web or mobile devices free of charge.

The Community Edition of TIBCO ActiveSpaces provides a highly scalable, distributed, in-memory data grid for systems of record use cases. With this product, organizations can quickly create real-time, engaging customer applications, and developers gain access to the software for development, test, and even production environments.

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