TIBCO Debuts Two New Integration Platforms Optimized for Cloud

TIBCO, a provider of integration, analytics and event processing software has introduced two newly built integration solutions designed to give organizations the ability to immediately leverage the cloud to create, test, deploy, and manage enterprise applications at any scale.

The first solution, TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition, enables large businesses to gain all the value of cloud-based deployments and to achieve continuous delivery, while rapidly scaling to meet peak demands.

The second solution, TIBCO Cloud Integration, is a lightweight platform purpose-built for the cloud that features a streamlined user interface for API development.

Both offerings are designed to allow customers to quickly and easily leverage cloud technology.

“Integration is a critical capability of a digital business; it means being able to connect and engage on multiple channels,” said Matt Quinn, chief technology officer, TIBCO. “Our ‘Cloud First’ approach is really about offering new consumption models for our customers, helping them access the value of the TIBCO Fast Data platform in new ways. It also expands the types of users who can make use of our technologies by making it easier for users to create, configure, and deploy APIs. Combining these new capabilities with the recent addition of Mashery’s market-leading API management solution, we now offer a whole new class of cloud integration.”


TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition is a streamlined version of TIBCO’s flagship product and is available as a buildpack for easy deployment, upgrading, and operating within the Pivotal Cloud Foundry environment. In instances where companies are dealing with regulatory requirements or sensitive data, this solution provides workload control flexibility, allowing the organization to provision information in a setting of their choosing, from on-premises to hybrid cloud.

TIBCO Cloud Integration is  an integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) for easily creating, governing, and consuming services and APIs, with the added benefit that organizations can smoothly spin out those services internally and externally on demand. It is designed to offer mid-market businesses integration functionality via the cloud. In cases where departments are seeking to rapidly create and deploy APIs, developers can build and test these services without having to involve overburdened IT staff.

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