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Power of a Single Unified Platform – Interstage BOP

We are happy to announce a new addition to our Fujitsu Interstage family of products — Interstage Business Operations Platform (BOP).  It is the next generation business solution and integration platform designed to truly support the way businesses operate, finally bringing the worlds of business and IT together.  Unlike other products that were stitched together from fragments of technologies past, Interstage BOP is built on standards-based, modern architecture designed from the beginning to be the cornerstone a robust and agile enterprise.

Interstage BOP Architecture Diagram

Interstage BOP is the only fully integrated platform that combines the worlds of SOA-based integration, Business Process Management, and Composite Application Development.

  • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) –  connect disparate legacy systems, add new functionality and flexibility to existing IT infrastructure, and continuously improve operations in response to changing business needs.
  • Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) –  powerful, next-generation BPM capabilities to enable organizations to improve business operations in a controlled and agile manner, allowing them to respond to market pressures, compliance demands and new competitive dynamics.
  • Composite Applications – the Composition Application Framework (CAF) layer enables creation of rich composite applications based on the latest web technologies with a rich user experience.

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PaaS Outlook for 2011 from IDC Directions 2011

March 23, 2011 1 comment

Last week I attended the IDC Directions 2011 in San Jose.  Every session was very well put together, informative,  and relevant.  I found the “PaaS Outlook 2011: Battle to Control the Next Great Solutions Ecosystem” by Stephen Hendrick particularly relevant to the BPM world. Here are some of the highlights from his presentation.

Stephen discussed the PaaS Vendor Ecosystem and categorized the vendors along the key dimensions: Public Paas, Private PaaS, App Marketplace, Process Composition, and ALM.  Fujitsu got the highest marks on Public and Private PasS, and perhaps most rewardingly, Process Composition (BPMS essentially).   Interstage BPM and our Cloud offerings, backed by the multi-tenant architecture, were mentioned as key reasons for the strong ranking.  Surprisingly enough, Google and Salesforce didn’t rank as highly as I expected, mainly due to the lack of Process Composition and Private Cloud capabilities.

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