As the number of “moving parts” in the enterprise IT environment continue to increase—and as companies seek to more adaptively mix-and-match those moving parts in response to ever-changing market opportunities and business challenges—middleware solution providers are likely to profit.
That’s the conclusion drawn by global technology research and advisory firm Ovum in a new report entitled “2015 Trends to Watch: Integration and Middleware.” The report asserts that enterprises have to modernize their infrastructure if they are to enhance their agility without inflating their IT budgets. And much of that modernization is likely to come in the form of new middleware-based integration models—for which enterprise IT will have to shell out $16.3 billion next year, a 9.3 percent increase over 2014 spending levels.
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