Building and running applications have fundamentally changed with the advent of cloud, DevOps, and microservices.
How can government enterprises modernize their data infrastructures efficiently to advance their digital ambitions when they must contend with IT environments that are highly heterogeneous, siloed, and populated with hard-to-access, legacy systems?
Agencies respond to this challenge in various ways. Some simply disregard high-value data sources when fielding new applications, because they lack the know-how or resources. Others continue to invest in expensive and time-consuming point-to-point integrations, using legacy integration tools or custom code. These approaches fall short because they are neither scalable nor responsive to agencies’ evolving needs.