Modernize FAST With The SMOKE Stack

For enterprises to succeed in a hybrid world that moves at breakneck speed, they need platforms that are: Serviceful (not just serverless), Multicloud, Open, Kubernetes-based, and Event-driven. This Whitepaper explains and provides a blueprint.

Modernize FAST With The SMOKE Stack
Apache Kafka
Azure Queue Storage
Azure EventGrid
Confluent
Google Sheets
Azure IoT Hub
Google Pub/Sub
MongoDB
AWS CloudWatch Logs
SendGrid
AWS Lambda
OracleDB
Zendesk
AWS lambda
Twilio
Google Cloud Audit Logs
AWS CloudWatch
Jira
Google Cloud Firestore
Tekton
AWS Cognito
GitHub
AWS Code Commit
Salesforce
AWS Comprehend
OCIMetrics
AWS EventBridge
Datadog
Elasticsearch
IBM MQ
AWS Dynamo DB
Azure Blob Storage
Google Cloud Workflows
CloudEvents
Splunk
Google Storage
Solace
AWS SNS
Zendesk
Hasura
AWS SQS
AWS EventBridge
AWS S3
Azure Activity Logs
Webhooks
Logz.io
Azure Sentinel
AWS Kinesis
Google Cloud Billing
Azure Event Hubs
Slack
Azure Service Bus
Alibaba OSS

Businesses today are deploying to more clouds and consuming more cloud services than ever.

Quickly integrating all these cloud endpoints and bringing on-premises apps to this mix is a huge challenge, and one for which traditional iPaaS solutions are not well-suited. What’s needed are platforms that harness the power of the following five trends:

Serviceful (not just Serverless)

Multi-cloud

Open

Kubernetes

Event-driven

We call this the SMOKE stack and it is powering the next generation of cloud native applications. The SMOKE stack gives enterprise developers the flexibility to respond fast to changing markets and to make the best cloud choices.

This paper breaks down why each trend is a critical technology to enable enterprise application modernization; where you can see it in action; and where we see the industry headed.

Customer

Problem

Solution

Results

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