Modernising application architecture

TIBCO has launched TIBCO® Responsive Application Mesh, a blueprint and capabilities for modern application architecture that organisations can operationalise to achieve digital business excellence. The announcement supports customers’ increasing need for a responsive architecture that supports maximum agility and a strategic framework that operationalises it by focusing on people, processes, and technology.

“The change that businesses are experiencing due to recent global events is unprecedented. Business agility is imperative," said Rajeev Kozhikkattathodi, vice president, product management and strategy, TIBCO. "TIBCO Responsive Application Mesh supports customers’ ability to rapidly alter business processes, products, and even business models. Supported by technologies like TIBCO Cloud Integration and TIBCO Flogo Enterprise, this enables them to more effectively respond to fast-changing market conditions.”

TIBCO Responsive Application Mesh guides customers towards architecture modernisation through an incremental, iterative, and data-driven approach. The framework is deeply integrated into the TIBCO Connected Intelligence platform as the core for an all-encompassing digital strategy that supports cloud-native development in hybrid or multi-cloud environments. The outcome is highly responsive, adaptable, and scalable in real time, providing customers with the tools needed to modernise their architectures.

  • TIBCO Cloud™ Mesh: A new integrated service, TIBCO Cloud Mesh, empowers users to register, discover, and reuse composable fragments like microservices, APIs, and more created across the enterprise within TIBCO Cloud.

  • TIBCO Cloud™ Integration: In support of Responsive Application Mesh, TIBCO's market-leading, cloud-native iPaaS, TIBCO Cloud Integration, highlights the release of a powerful new user experience that further strengthens its ability to empower all types of users and developers with varying skill-sets to intuitively collaborate in a seamlessly unified environment. This release also includes the availability of the new Connector Marketplace that brings together diverse Connectors provided by both TIBCO and its partners in a single place.

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