In an always-connected world, business needs to integrate a complex network of systems and applications to keep pace with their customer expectations. These expectations continue to drive the surge of “big data” that is estimated to generate 2.5 exabytes (2.5Bn gigabytes) of information per day across the whole of the internet. As more networks come online, organizations need a Middleware provider that can continue to supply all of the connectors needed to make these systems communicate without getting bogged-down in time-consuming custom implementations.
It was a crisp morning in the fall of 1968 when the NATO science committee met in the Stadt of Garmisch Germany. The topic of this particular day, Middleware. From that point on it was recognized that the only way to make complex computer systems speak to each other was through the use of a Middleware layer. While different systems have come and gone over the years Middleware has largely remained the same, continuing to offer the same types of integration capabilities regardless of OS, DB or application.
As we move into Middlewares 5th decade of existence Aurea is taking a fresh perspective on our CX platform to determine how it can continue to serve the interests of our global partners. Enterprises are becoming more complex with applications, hosting and database usage expanding exponentially ever year. With this in mind, Aurea is positioning to stay at the head of the pack when it comes to ESB technology and connectors offered to our clients. Building upon our history of providing a rock-solid and fast ESB, Aurea has started to architect the future, looking at what truly matters to enterprises utilizing our Middleware services.
As we continue to finalize on the vision of what an ESB looks like for the 21st century (microservices, connectors, services etc.) and beyond, the Aurea CX platform will continue to grow and adapt to the needs of our clients along with laying out a long-term roadmap to get us there. Tentatively we will be bringing our vision to market early in 2020. We will continue to update you as we make progress and are excited to share this journey with you.