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  1. 1. Mail Us: Call Us:+91-9705981289,Skype id: There is no question that Cloud based approaches to MDM (Master Data Management) are helping organizationsmove beyondcloudintegrationtoclouddatamanagement. In the below interview, Rick Nucci, founder of Dell Boomi, outlines ways in which organizations can overcome challenges associated with moving from on-premise to cloud based systems, and properly utilize MDMsolutionstomaximize productivityinalmosteveryareaof business. Q. In your opinion, how has the evolution of cloud computing and third party applications changed the nature of data integration? A. At its most basic, cloud decentralizes the IT landscape. Applications that were once centralized are now running in different data centers around the globe—SaaS-based and delivered/managed by the vendor, or developed on IaaS or PaaS environments. As a result, traditional integration architectures based on “hub and spoke” models are no longer relevant and forcing all integration of the “spokes” or application traffic through one central “hub” simply won’t work anymore. In short, we are witnessing the endof middleware aswe knowit. In order to efficiently leverage the benefits of today’s decentralized model, we need to fundamentally change how we approach the challenge of application integration. Given the decentralization, integrationmustrunnearthe applicationsbeingintegrated. The new ‘hub’ is now the development environment, so you can develop, manage and administer all of your integrationsgloballyfromone central location. Q. As organizations move from on-premise to cloud-based systems, what challenges can they expect to encounter,andare these problemseasilysolved? A. First, as cloud enables increasingly specialized applications, IT teams are seeing an exponential increase in applications to manage. That means they have even more applications to integrate in this new world than ever before. While many integration vendors say they can help, they are talking about their most recent version of software. Unfortunately, organizations are running licensed integration software from five to seven years ago—before the cloud was popular. The solution is to augment existing middleware with a cloud-managed integration solution that plugs into existing installed
  2. 2. Mail Us: Call Us:+91-9705981289,Skype id: middleware. Then over time, the older middleware can be replaced as integration endpoints are replacedbycloudapplications. The other area that must be addressed is security of application integration. The journey to the cloud is moving this issue front and center because now the integration process itself is sending company data outside the firewall. Again, the solution is a cloud-managed integration solution which automatically handlessecure datatransferoverthe internet. The other area of focus iseverything needs to be real-time: you may have had to extract data from your legacy systems in a batch mode because there was no other means to access and it was to disruptive to performance of the application to do this during working hours. Cloud now lets you integrate data and applicationsinreal time,andensuresperformanceisnotcompromised. Q. Do you think that there will be an eventual paradigm shift to cloud computing as the primary solution supportingmodernbusinessfunctionality? A. Absolutely. Even today many organizations operate with a “cloud first” approach to IT and applications, and default to on-premise applications only as a last resort. Cloud is not a silver bullet, and, like anything, when done wrong can confuse and slow the market–cloudwashing (e.g. taking licensed software and installing in a virtualized cloud service) is a prime example of done wrong. But when done right (e.g. re-architecting software to be truly multi-tenant), cloud has unmatched cost and innovation advantages that ultimately enables enterprise IT organizations with agility and business innovation opportunitiesthatwere once notpossible. Q. It is thought that good Master Data Management (MDM) has the potential to maximize efficiency and productivity in almost every area of business. Can you please tell us a little about how Dell Boomi MDM, the industry’sfirstcloud-managedMDMsolution,willworktoachieve thatgoal forenterprisestoday? A. MDM in general provides benefits that are very compelling across all business departments. At Dell Boomi,we’re makingMDMaccessible tothe midmarketacrosstwocritical axes: 1. Price 2. Technical capability
  3. 3. Mail Us: Call Us:+91-9705981289,Skype id: Simply put, midmarket sized companies have been unable to deploy MDM solutions because they are cost-prohibitive (millions of dollars). We’ve created a cloud-based solution with subscription-based pricingthat make an MDM solutionaffordable forthe midmarket(tensof thousandsof dollars.) For technical capability, we have focused on the core functionality needed for a successful MDM project: 1. Define – Using the Boomi Suggest feature as a starting point, rapidly model master data entities througha visual experience withnocodingnecessary. 2. Deploy – Deploy models into the MDMrepository and identify which source systems will interact with them. 3. Synchronize – Leverage Dell Boomi AtomSphere flowsthatensure data. 4. Govern – Govern data as it flows into the MDM system. Resolve duplicates, fix data entry issues, identifyandcorrecterroneousdata. rick nucci2 IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview:The Future of CloudIntegrationwithRickNucci,DELLBoomi Rick Nucci is the Founder and General Manager of Dell Boomi where he is responsible for all operations and strategic direction. He has led the company’s successful transformation from a traditional software product company to a leading infrastructure provider in the SaaS and cloud computing industry. In his role at Dell Boomi, Rick is constantly engaged with customers and partners to ensure alignment betweenbusinessneedsandDell Boomi’sstrategyandoperations. Prior to founding Dell Boomi, Rick worked for EXE Technologies, a market leading supply chain execution software company, in the areas of product development and implementation. It was in this role that Nucci learned first-hand the cost and complexity of integrating disparate applications and business partners. With over 15 years of business experience in application and data integration, Rick applies this experience toguidingthe company’sstrategyandoperations. Rick frequently speaks at industry and business events nationwide including Gartner AADI, Dreamforce, CloudExpoand All Aboutthe Cloud.