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Re-think Integration in the Digital World (Part 2)

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In my previous blog, I discussed the challenges enterprises face in the “age of empowered customers,” and existing architecture’s inability to address Digital needs.

To digital, enterprises need emerging architecture and programming styles that enable simpler, adaptive, intelligent, secure and customer-centric solutions.

A future state solution should:

• Enable seamless transition through channels

• Facilitate “context-aware” services

• Emphasize Application Program Interface (API)-first architecture and development

• Deliver elastic, highly resilient and secure services

• Contain “self-aware” services that detect, predict and self-correct system or service failures

• Be configurable and built on rule-based service assembly

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