All too often, communication services providers complain about functional silos and bureaucratic roadblocks to engage customers. These pitfalls create IT complexity issues that pop-up time & again and disrupt the service delivery. Stakeholders in a network realize there is lack of flexibility with regard to technology competencies and alignment that don’t support service models. Apparently, very few enterprises are organized to manage a growing conglomerate of applications and reduce disruptions to the service mesh.
Today’s customers demand services on their terms and they have more power than ever before. To improve services enterprises are investing heavily in the future networks. However, each technology underlying the network has a differing architecture, terminology and quality. The data is not carried automatically between different systems and tools. Traditional technology practices struggle with bimodal aspects of IT and deliver late on business priorities.
Enterprises face bigger problems when they need to integrate the services architecture. Their IT spends months of time integrating different services with each other. Huge efforts go in building and managing interdependencies between services and application developments services. Outdated cultures and structures prevent enterprises from engaging customers effectively.
For the technologies to thrive there are three main obstacles to overcome: technology, connectivity, and compatibility. The technology stacks should function like one standalone solution or part of other critical components. Enterprises cannot rely anymore on server/ client paradigm to integrate different nodes and protocols in a network. Services should be built using an intelligent mesh without a single point of failure. In such an ecosystem, services can authenticate each other and exchange data without the involvement of IT. Moreover, compatibility issues between M2M protocols and diversities can be conquered if service providers should adopt the following measures to improve the quality of services:
Catalog-Driven Services: Standardized catalogue of services helps teams in delivering modular services with ease. Business teams eliminate silos and sync distribution channels.
Transparency: Teams need to ensure transparency across all delivery units, make necessary changes, and optimize costs.
Reusability: Enterprises should be able to shorten development time of services and accelerate time to revenue.
Adeptia’s unified console helps in managing services at scale and finding the right pace for large integration deployments. Enterprises get a modular integration solution for exposing and consuming services. On its interface, business users can create a network to connect applications and data and expose services in parts. Customers can subscribe to this network and connect with the assets in a seamless manner.
The services in a network can be monitored and managed effectively from one single interface. Enterprises can deploy services in runtime and support application delivery. Business users get the flexibility to expose services through conventional load balancers, modern service-mesh frameworks, or in combination.
Adeptia Connect also ensures interoperability between different business processes, technologies, and services. This enables business users to operate applications from a public cloud or a legacy environment. Teams get visibility at the enterprise level and application layer. The component software can be deployed into any environment without difficulties. All these advantages ensure high service availability at all times.