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For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsThe Forrester Wave : iPaaS For DynamicIntegration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Upby Henry PeyretJuly 20, 2016Why Read This ReportKey TakeawaysIn our 32-criteria evaluation of providers ofintegration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) fordynamic integration, we identified the eight mostsignificant — Adeptia, Dell Boomi, Flowgear, IBM,Jitterbit, Scribe Software, SnapLogic, andWorkato — and researched, analyzed, and scoredthem. This Forrester Wave shows how eachprovider measures up and helps enterprisearchitecture (EA) professionals make the rightchoice for dynamic integration, connectingsystems of engagement (SoEs) to systems ofrecords.Scribe, Workato, Dell Boomi, And IBM LeadThe PackForrester’s research uncovered a market in whichDell Boomi, Workato, Scribe Software, and IBMlead the pack. Adeptia, Jitterbit, and SnapLogicoffer competitive options. Flowgear lags behind.Enterprise Architects Pros Are Looking ForDynamic IntegrationThe iPaaS market is growing because more EAprofessionals see dynamic integration as thebest solution to integrate cloud-based systemsof engagement, like Marketo or Salesforce, withtheir cloud or on-premises systems of records. Inlarge part, this market growth is because EA prosincreasingly see iPaaS offerings as mature, withfast time-to-value.Templates And DevOps Are Key DifferentiatorsEA pros see complete enterprise service bus(ESB) infrastructure as complex. They perceivemaintaining coded interfaces as inefficientand not sustainable because interfaces arecontinuously evolving. Precoded, wizard-drivenconfiguration tools and DevOps support willdetermine which providers will lead the pack.forrester.com

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsThe Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Upby Henry Peyretwith Alex Cullen, Alex Kramer, and Diane LynchJuly 20, 2016Table Of Contents2 Cloud And SaaS Bring New IntegrationChallenges For EnterprisesThe Integration Landscape Consists Of TwoDistinct SegmentsA Diverse Range Of Vendors Targets TheiPaaS MarketKey Market Trends4 iPaaS Evaluation OverviewEvaluated Vendors And Inclusion CriteriaNotes & ResourcesForrester conducted product evaluations inJune, 2016, and interviewed eight vendor anduser companies: Adeptia, Dell Boomi, Flowgear,IBM, Jitterbit, Scribe Software, SnapLogic, andWorkato.Related Research DocumentsThe Age Of The Customer Is Shaking UpIntegration Technologies And PracticesTechRadar : Integration Technologies, Q2 2015Vendor Landscape: Integration-Platform-As-AService6 Vendor ProfilesLeadersStrong PerformersContenders10 Supplemental MaterialForrester Research, Inc., 60 Acorn Park Drive, Cambridge, MA 02140 USA 1 617-613-6000 Fax: 1 617-613-5000 forrester.com 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Opinions reflect judgment at the time and are subject to change. Forrester ,Technographics , Forrester Wave, RoleView, TechRadar, and Total Economic Impact are trademarks of ForresterResearch, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective companies. Unauthorized copying ordistributing is a violation of copyright law. [email protected] or 1 866-367-7378

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack UpCloud And SaaS Bring New Integration Challenges For EnterprisesThe success of software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based systems of engagement, as exemplified bySalesforce, forces enterprises to reevaluate their application integration strategies. They need to easeintegration with cloud-based solutions, avoid custom code, and improve agility while reducing the needfor specialized integration skills. iPaaS can address these needs. Three drivers propel the adoption ofintegration tooling in the cloud:›› Systems of engagement require dynamic integration. SoE vendors like Marketo and Salesforcemust continuously adapt to changing requirements. As a consequence, the interfaces with theseSoEs must also continuously evolve: changing from batch to near-real time because of anomnichannel strategy, introducing a new attribute in the data schema, or changing from one API to anew version. Forrester calls this dynamic integration, and it requires continuous delivery of changes.1›› The overlap of data and apps integration requires convergence of integration tooling. Mostenterprises manage two separate integration solutions: 1) extract, transform, and load (ETL)solutions for data integration, often managed by the data warehouse team, and 2) an ESB forapplication integration, managed by an integration competency center. SoE project developersmust choose which to use when their requirements bridge both and they’re tempted to avoid thedebate by hand-coding their own interfaces.›› Large enterprises require tactical solutions for cloud integration. A majority of large enterpriseshave heavily and strategically invested in ESBs to support their service-oriented architecture (SOA).While this investment is valuable for on-premises systems-of-records integration, it too oftendoesn’t support applications in the cloud, convergence of data and applications (being applicationoriented), and dynamic integration needs. These large enterprises have the choice of eitherrenewing their strategic ESB investments or complementing their ESB strategic investments withan iPaaS for cloud integration.The Integration Landscape Consists Of Two Distinct SegmentsForrester differentiates two categories of solutions to cover firms’ needs for integration in the cloud.This Forrester Wave evaluation targets the second segment.›› Hybrid integration is for all integration scenarios. Hybrid integration offerings represent thestrategic evolution of ESB, supporting both cloud and on-premises requirements and supplantingboth ESB and ETL investments. These offerings form a single strategic vendor approach to anintegrated integration landscape comprising API management, business-to-business (B2B), andinternet-of-things (IoT) integration.›› Integration-platform-as-a-service specializes for dynamic integration. iPaaS is a simplifiedversion of hybrid integration targeting two use cases: 1) allowing enterprises that have not investedin SOA infrastructure and that are moving to the cloud to adopt integration solutions rather than 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73782

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Upcoded interfaces and 2) allowing larger enterprises to complement their existing ESB on-premisesinvestments with integration solutions for SaaS, delivering dynamic integration and makingintegration easier and faster to deploy.A Diverse Range Of Vendors Targets The iPaaS MarketWe have found iPaaS solutions from three distinct categories of vendors:›› Large vendors like Dell Boomi or IBM with a broad offering suite. These are firms that offera full range of integration solutions, targeting the widest range of use cases, with just one iPaaSsolution offering.›› Small but long-established vendors like Adeptia, Flowgear, and Scribe. These small vendorshave had long experience, often more than 10 years, in the integration space in either B2B or dataintegration and are moving to the cloud to tap into a broader market, including small to mediumsize businesses (SMBs), through independent software vendor (ISV) or OEM channels.›› New, small, and innovative vendors like Jitterbit, SnapLogic, and Workato. After 2010,integration veterans formed these vendors primarily for the cloud. They try to bring new conceptsto ease integration, such as sharing templates and “recipes,” creating user communities, andtargeting less-technical “citizen integrators.”Key Market TrendsThrough our research, we find that:›› Integration technology has matured and customers are seeing the results. Integrationtooling technology is now mature. The few new entrants have senior, seasoned execs comingfrom previous generations of established on-premises vendors. Customer references reflect thismaturity, although this may also be an outcome of cloud and as-a-service pricing. If customersaren’t satisfied, they tend to move on to another offering because they’ve invested little, even if alack of portability from one vendor to another makes moving difficult.›› “Citizen integrator” is more of a catchphrase than a reality. Vendors are investing todemocratize integration with visual programming for interface logic and graphical flowdesign. Despite these efforts, integration remains a complex domain that requires technologyspecialists, at least for preparation; testing; exception and error management; and deploymentand administration. But the level of simplification achieved in current tooling does expand theintegration market to smaller companies that are intimidated by ESB investments or are usingexternal partners because they don’t have the right internal skills. The success of IFTTT and Zapierpushes existing integration vendors and new entrants to continue simplifying integration, butvendors always tend to add new features to deal with more-complex integration requirements,which actually increases complexity. 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73783

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up›› Vendors have very different offering strategies. There are huge capability differences amongparticipants in this Forrester Wave. Dell Boomi and Jitterbit are seeking to address most usecases through an all-in-one product providing data and app integration, API management, B2B,and IoT integration scenarios. The need to train staff on a single platform provides advantages forcustomers, but this product strategy results in increased complexity and, typically, higher pricing.Other vendors, like Adeptia, Flowgear, and Scribe Software, orient more toward ISVs and systemsintegrators (SIs) that want to deliver additional managed services for their customers with simplerproducts and lower prices. SnapLogic and Workato provide powerful and innovative solutions whileremaining simple enough to address citizen integrators with minimum training. The next release ofCast Iron from IBM represents another case; by sharing the same transformation engine betweenits App Connect low-end integration solution and its high-end IIB offering, IBM supports a range ofcomplexity and developer skills.iPaaS Evaluation OverviewTo assess the state of the iPaaS market and see how the vendors stack up against each other,Forrester evaluated the strengths and weaknesses of top iPaaS vendors. After examining pastresearch, user need assessments, and vendor and expert interviews, we developed a comprehensiveset of evaluation criteria. We evaluated vendors against 32 criteria, which we grouped into three highlevel buckets:›› Current offering. We evaluated each product against four primary capabilities: 1) integrationscenarios supported; 2) management functions; 3) added capabilities for nonintegration specialists;and 4) platform characteristics. The assessment takes customer reference surveys into account. Allevaluated products were publicly available before December 15, 2015.›› Strategy. In the strategy section, we analyzed vendors’ responses during their strategic briefingson our expectations for both midsize-market and larger enterprises. We specifically assessed theproduct strategy and the cost of products in light of their value-add and their direct and indirectmarket positioning.›› Market presence. We assessed market presence in the cloud through five primary criteria:installed base, revenue, revenue growth, employees, and commercial partners.Evaluated Vendors And Inclusion CriteriaForrester included eight vendors in the assessment: Adeptia, Dell, Flowgear, IBM, Jitterbit, ScribeSoftware, SnapLogic, and Workato. Vendor inclusion criteria include (see Figure 1):1. Interface development. Each vendor must provide simple and medium-complexity interfacedevelopment features (connectors, mapping, transport, and orchestration) between solutions thatare mainly SaaS. 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73784

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up2. Cloud availability. The platform must be available in the cloud.3. Ease of integration development. The platform simplifies the integration development andadministration for nonintegration specialists through a combination of at least two of the followingsubcriteria: 1) citizen integrator capabilities; 2) out-of-the box but customizable templates; 3)proposed managed services; and 4) community exchange or purchasing-based marketplace ofpredefined integration.4. Pricing models. Each vendor must have a predictable, simple, and public pricing model.5. Target markets. Each vendor should demonstrate the ability to target SMBs, midsize enterprises,and large enterprises.FIGURE 1 Evaluated Vendors: Product Information And Selection CriteriaVendorProduct evaluatedDell BoomiDell Boomi AtomSphereIBMIBM WebSphere Cast Iron LiveWorkatoWorkatoScribe SoftwareScribe OnlineJitterbitJitterbit HarmonySnapLogicSnapLogic Elastic Integration PlatformAdeptiaAdeptia ConnectFlowgearFlowgearVendor inclusion criteria1. Each vendor must provide simple and medium-complexity interface development features (connectors,mapping, transport, and orchestration) between solutions that are mainly software-as-a-service(SaaS).2. The platform must be available in the cloud.3. The platform simplifies the integration development and administration for nonintegration specialiststhrough a combination of at least two of the following subcriteria: 1) citizen integrator capabilities; 2)out-of-the box but customizable templates; 3) proposed managed services; and 4) communityexchange or purchasing-based marketplace of predefined integration.4. Each vendor must have a predictable, simple, and public pricing model.5. Each vendor should demonstrate the ability to target SMBs, midsize enterprises, and large enterprises. 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73785

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack UpVendor ProfilesForrester intends this evaluation of the iPaaS for dynamic integration market to be a starting point only.We encourage clients to view detailed product evaluations and adapt criteria weightings to fit theirindividual needs through the Forrester Wave Excel-based vendor comparison tool (see Figure 2).FIGURE 2 The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 ’16Challengers MWorkatoJitterbitSnapLogicAdeptiaScribeSoftwareGo to Forrester.com todownload the ForresterWave tool for moredetailed productevaluations, featurecomparisons, andcustomizable rankings.CurrentofferingFlowgearMarket presenceWeakWeakStrategyStrong 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73786

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack UpForrester’sWeightingAdeptiaDell BoomiFlowgearIBMJitterbitScribe SoftwareSnapLogicWorkatoFIGURE 2 The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 ’16 (Cont.)CURRENT OFFERINGIntegration scenarios supportedManagement functionsAdded capabilities for nonintegration specialistsPlatform oduct 00.604.704.505.00MARKET PRESENCEInstalled baseRevenueRevenue growthEmployeesCommercial 01.005.001.804.50All scores are based on a scale of 0 (weak) to 5 (strong).Leaders›› Dell Boomi. The Boomi division was founded in 2000, created its cloud iPaaS solutionAtomSphere in 2007, and was purchased by Dell Software in 2010. Dell Boomi serves SMBs andlarge enterprises with a unified, multipurpose integration platform to address multiple use cases,master data management (MDM), electronic data interchange (EDI), and API management. DellBoomi’s templates and crowdsourced data mapping suggestion capability enable it to supportnonintegration specialists in a limited manner. Dell Boomi continues to innovate, introducing, forexample, features like a new online community site and crowdsourced capabilities for support,suggestion, and error resolution. The vendor fits particularly well with SMBs looking for an allpurpose integration product to avoid investing in too many integration skills. Large enterprisescan also adopt Dell Boomi as a tactical choice to complete their SOA strategic investments tocover cloud integration needs. Some large companies that are unhappy with their heavy SOAinvestments would benefit from turning to Dell Boomi as a strategic choice. Dell Boomi shouldguide integrators with governance and canonical formats to reduce the complexity of maintainingpoint-to-point interfaces. 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73787

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up›› Workato. Workato, founded in 2013, delivers a powerful self-service application integration productwith the goal of simplifying integration for both cloud and on-premises applications. Workato solvestypical systems-of-engagement to systems-of-records workflow integration. It provides specificfeatures for citizen integrators, such as recipes (templates); Smart Clone to copy/manage/deployrecipes; guided integration through Workbot for Slack; monitoring and administration of integrationby consultants through its Aegis tool; and a concierge service to take care of operations. Thisproduct fits small and large companies that may or may not have all the skills necessary toadminister integration operations.›› Scribe Software. Scribe was founded in 1995 with its on-premises integration product, ScribeInsight. It introduced Scribe Online, its online iPaaS, in 2011, and has grown its direct andindirect sales to SMBs and large enterprises; the iPaaS product provides less than 50% of thisvendor’s revenue. Scribe is redeveloping its user interface under HTML5 and will release it in2016, promising an easier-to-use environment, but it remains best suited for business analystsor integration specialists, either internal or external ISVs, or SI partners. Scribe fits particularlywell with customers looking for front-office/back-office integration with CRM, enterprise resourceplanning (ERP), and marketing automation systems.›› IBM. IBM’s iPaaS product Cast Iron belongs to a broader set of integration tools offered as part ofthe Application Integration Suite, which also includes IBM Integration Bus (IIB) and API Connect.Cast Iron is well known for on-premises uses and is now available in a cloud configuration inpublic, private, or hybrid mode. IBM has also released App Connect (not assessed in this ForresterWave), which will address new business roles such as data scientists and business analysts toallow them develop their own interfaces without technology management help. Cast Iron is a goodfit for IBM shops or companies that want to democratize integration to different stakeholders fromcitizen integrators, such as tech-savvy business users with App Connect, integration developerswith Cast Iron, or integration competency centers with IIB.Strong Performers›› Adeptia. Adeptia is a Chicago-based company founded in 2000 with a focus on the B2Bintegration business through its Adeptia Connect offering. It provides a cloud environment forfast partner data onboarding and an optional on-premises environment for more comprehensiveintegration scenarios. Adeptia Connect provides business process orchestration, connectors,and mapping for transformation. Although Adeptia aims to be a citizen integrator’s B2B tool, theplatform also allows technical users to deploy complex last-mile integration to internal systems thatinclude publishing APIs and real-time data correction. Adeptia’s strategy is to focus on companiesthat need to onboard customers and partners quickly and on those that fit particularly well withtypical B2B integration service providers. 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73788

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up›› Jitterbit. The Jitterbit Harmony platform addresses multiple integration requirements, includingdata, process, hybrid, B2B, real-time API management, and IoT integrations via a single,comprehensive platform. Jitterbit is available through direct sales teams in North America, Europe,and Asia and includes a free 30-day trial available from the website. It has a differentiated partnerprogram with more than 200 resellers, technology companies, and independent software vendors,including Autodesk, Microsoft, NetSuite, Salesforce, and SAP, to deliver prebuilt integrationsolutions and templates for specific business and industry processes that enable business usersand technologists to quickly connect applications, data, and business processes across onpremises and cloud environments. Jitterbit’s single, multitenant cloud platform fits particularly wellwith companies that are strategically moving to the cloud but need to connect with on-premisessystems and databases. Jitterbit has 12 years of integration expertise, has 40,000 freemium andpaid customers, and is based in the San Francisco Bay area.›› SnapLogic. Integration specialists founded SnapLogic to provide data and app integration for bothexpert and nonexpert, self-service integrators. Its SnapLogic Elastic Integration Platform can run onAmazon Web Services (AWS) or on its own cloud (Cloudplex) as well as within the firewall on Linux(Groundplex) or Windows or on a Hadoop cluster (Hadooplex). The most frequent configuration is ahybrid environment that combines cloud and on-premises execution (Cloudplex plus Groundplex).The platform works particularly well for building data lake architecture, generating MapReducecode, and using Spark language in a Hadoop environment.Contenders›› Flowgear. Flowgear is a subsidiary of Global Micro Solutions, a South African marketing serviceprovider (MSP) with a presence in the UK. It delivers a cloud integration platform to ease thedevelopment of application and data interfaces. Flowgear’s product primarily targets developers,who benefit from visual code, test, debug, and run interfaces in a production environment that theycan transform into packaged products for their customers. Flowgear first developed its consolefor MS Silverlight and has now substantially migrated it to HTML5 while deploying the back-endworkflow engine onto Microsoft Azure. Flowgear’s solution provides connectors, transformation,and scheduling capabilities and the ability to expose APIs by binding integrations to RESTfulendpoints. The platform is particularly well suited to SaaS vendors, systems integrators, and ISVsas a solution for their SMB customers.We invited Actian, E2EBridge, Microsoft, Terrasky, and Zapier to participate in this Forrester Wave, butthey declined. 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-73789

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack UpEngage With An AnalystGain greater confidence in your decisions by working with Forrester thought leaders to apply ourresearch to your specific business and technology initiatives.Analyst InquiryAnalyst AdvisoryAsk a question related to our research; aForrester analyst will help you put it intopractice and take the next step. Schedulea 30-minute phone session with the analystor opt for a response via email.Put research into practice with in-depthanalysis of your specific business andtechnology challenges. Engagementsinclude custom advisory calls, strategydays, workshops, speeches, and webinars.Learn more about inquiry, including tips forgetting the most out of your discussion.Learn about interactive advisory sessionsand how we can support your initiatives.Supplemental MaterialOnline ResourceThe online version of Figure 2 is an Excel-based vendor comparison tool that provides detailed productevaluations and customizable rankings.Data Sources Used In This Forrester WaveForrester used a combination of three data sources to assess the strengths and weaknesses of eachsolution. We evaluated the vendors participating in this Forrester Wave, in part, using materials thatthey provided to us by May 1, 2016.›› Vendor surveys. Forrester surveyed vendors on their capabilities as they relate to the evaluationcriteria. Once we analyzed the completed vendor surveys, we conducted vendor calls wherenecessary to gather details of vendor qualifications.›› Product demos. We asked vendors to conduct demonstrations of their products’ functionality. Weused findings from these product demos to validate details of each vendor’s product capabilities.›› Customer reference survey. To validate product and vendor qualifications, Forrester alsoconducted reference surveys with three of each vendor’s current customers. 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-737810

For Enterprise Architecture ProfessionalsJuly 20, 2016The Forrester Wave : iPaaS For Dynamic Integration, Q3 2016The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack UpThe Forrester Wave MethodologyWe conduct primary research to develop a list of vendors that meet our criteria to be evaluated in thismarket. From that initial pool of vendors, we then narrow our final list. We choose these vendors basedon: 1) product fit; 2) customer success; and 3) Forrester client demand. We eliminate vendors that havelimited customer references and products that don’t fit the scope of our evaluation.After examining past research, user need assessments, and vendor and expert interviews, we developthe initial evaluation criteria. To evaluate the vendors and their products against our set of criteria,we gather details of product qualifications through a combination of lab evaluations, questionnaires,demos, and/or discussions with client references. We send evaluations to the vendors for their review,and we adjust the evaluations to provide the most accurate view of vendor offerings and strategies.We set default weightings to reflect our analysis of the needs of large user companies — and/orother scenarios as outlined in the Forrester Wave evaluation — and then score the vendors basedon a clearly defined scale. We intend these default weightings to serve only as a starting point andencourage readers to adapt the weightings to fit their individual needs through the Excel-based tool.The final scores generate the graphical depiction of the market based on current offering, strategy, andmarket presence. Forrester intends to update vendor evaluations regularly as product capabilities andvendor strategies evolve. For more information on the methodology that every Forrester Wave follows,go to ter-wave-methodology.html.Integrity PolicyWe conduct all our research, including Forrester Wave evaluations, in accordance with our IntegrityPolicy. For more information, go to ity-policy.html.EndnotesThe dynamic nature of business in the age of the customer is forcing firms to partition their application landscape intosystems of engagement and systems of records and glue them together using integration technologies that provideagility and context. New business requirements for agile, scalable, dynamic business ecosystems and the increasingneed to implement cloud, process increasing data volumes, refresh data in real time supporting omnichannel, andprovide end-to-end security mean that firms must renew their integration architecture. See the “The Age Of TheCustomer Is Shaking Up Integration Technologies And Practices” Forrester report.1 2016 Forrester Research, Inc. Unauthorized copying or distributing is a violation of copyright [email protected] or 1 866-367-737811

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› Large vendors like Dell Boomi or IBM with a broad offering suite. these are firms that offer a full range of integration solutions, targeting the widest range of use cases, with just one iPaas solution offering. › Small but long-established vendors like Adeptia, Flowgear, and Scribe. these small vendors