Want to BE FIRST at Enterprise and Cloud Integration? Attend Impact's Integration track.
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Businesses require technology to rapidly and securely integrate mobile and web apps with packaged applications, APIs, services, and data both within the enterprise in the Cloud. At the same time, they need to connect to millions of connected devices and endpoints in the Cloud. Learn best practices on integration and how to leverage IBM technology and solutions to enable end-to-end connectivity to grow your business by attending the Integration track at IBM Impact taking place April 27 - May 1 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. Sessions will focus on how IBM solutions help your business and IT teams reconcile front and back office synchronization to provide flexibility and dynamic scale to transactional applications, supporting dramatically faster rates of change and unpredictable volumes.
What to expect from the Integration track at Impact 2014
If you use Impact's Session Preview tool, you'll discover over 200 sessions in the Integration track, highlighting how IBM solutions enable organizations such as yours to integrate within and beyond the enterprise. This includes rapidly and securely integrating mobile and web apps with enterprise apps, APIs, services, and data, within the enterprise and in the Cloud. You'll learn how APIs are transforming businesses through exposing services as business APIs, enforcing consumption policies and providing security, governance, lifecycle management, API monitoring, socialization and managed developer communities. Find out all about the Internet of Things, which enables you to connect millions of endpoints in the Cloud. Hear directly from customers who leveraged these technology solutions and SOA principles to grow the business and drive effectiveness.
Learn to BE FIRST at Enterprise and Cloud Integration
In the following video, Matt Lucas, IBM Integration Bus lead architect, shares what to expect from the Enterprise and Cloud Integration track at this year's Impact.
The integration rack consists of five sub-tracks:
Join us in Vegas to see and hear how IBM solutions enable secure API and service integration with mobile and web apps, within and outside the enterprise. We'll get you started on your journey to becoming a composable business, one that's capable of digital reinvention. Register today at ibm.com/impact.