New Functionality for Hybrid Multi-Cloud Strategies

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New Functionality for Hybrid Multi-Cloud Strategies

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During the opening keynote at TIBCO NOW in Chicago, Matt Quinn, COO at TIBCO, introduced the new functionality TIBCO is providing to organizations with hybrid multi-cloud strategies.

This is in response to what TIBCO is seeing with clients and prospects seeking simplification with cloud-native architecture. 

The foundation of TIBCO's offerings moving forward is a cloud-native, open, AI-based platform. All core technology is being built using containers, 12-factor, and full-stack versus proprietary development. The environment has no proprietary dependencies, standardized extensions, and transparent scripting for DevOps. There's transparency around DevOps, Cloud Ops, and Data Ops.

TIBCO is adopting Open Source to unlock innovation, leverage state-of-the-art components, and exposing components and tooling.  They want to provide developers with control over their destiny with the ability to customize the software based on their needs. 

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Matt challenged attendees to flip the paradigm and include AI in the foundation of the applications they are building since today's innovations are being held back by yesterday's constraints. Doing so will enable technology to unlock innovation, augment humans, and let systems prepare for the unknown.

He envisions a future where business logic can be learned in real-time by observing interactions, where systems can talk to each other, internally route around problems, and learn how to work better with people.

“We empower enterprises with hybrid and multi-cloud approaches, using a fundamental cloud-native architecture that enables the customer to achieve impactful results,” said Quinn. “We recognize that many customers already have a strong footprint with Azure, that developers need less complexity when building solutions, and that project managers and collaborative teams need their tools to work efficiently. As our customers’ cloud businesses evolve and shift, TIBCO will continue to provide the best-fit tools to connect, unify, and augment their business intelligence.”

For businesses, finding tools optimally designed for different architectures can be a substantial obstacle to innovation. Solutions that are only partially compatible with a mixed-cloud environment end up missing the mark. Developers, data science teams, and project managers must divert their time and company resources to pinpoint exactly where they have limitations on their integration, APIs, and analytics capabilities. TIBCO addresses these pain points with the following solutions:

  • TIBCO Cloud Integration - Connect, previously known as TIBCO Scribe, is the first cloud service in Microsoft Azure from TIBCO, with a strategic expansion to multi-cloud options. The solution, now available in beta, provides additional hosting options for connecting SaaS and on-premises applications for the extensive Azure community;
  • TIBCO Cloud Mashery now boasts a new, local developer portal capability designed for customers who prefer to deploy and operate developer portals both on-premises and in private clouds. With this, every capability of TIBCO Cloud Mashery is available on-premises, in private clouds, hybrid settings, or public clouds like AWS and Azure. The offering is ideal for industries adopting cloud-native deployments, such as airlines, financial services, and telecommunications;
  • TIBCO Cloud Nimbus is now available on the TIBCO Connected Intelligence Cloud platform for customer experience (CX) leaders, quality managers, business operations leaders, project managers, and cross-team collaboration. This allows users to easily map strategic business and operational processes for sharing, documenting, and auditing to improve efficiency and customer experience;
  • TIBCO Cloud Spotfire Web Client now includes support from TIBCO® Data Virtualization. TIBCO Data Virtualization allows web and mobile clients to load and refresh data and take advantage of its data federation and abstraction capabilities. Users can access unified views of disparate data sources to generate better business insights; and
  • TIBCO Cloud Starters Toolkit from TIBCO LABS addresses multiple needs for developers building cloud solutions, including the ability to combine several TIBCO cloud capabilities into a single application. TIBCO Cloud Starters Toolkit features pre-built templates and UI components that are open source and open community, enabling developers to quickly build cohesive, multi-product Connected Intelligence Cloud solutions. This enables developers to quickly create custom, multi-domain apps that contain the right mix of enterprise cloud capabilities while leveraging popular technologies like Angular.
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