Many IT leaders prefer to buy their application infrastructure software from a single vendor. In a recent report, Gartner helps teams understand the trade-offs associated with this strategy, and summarizes the strengths and cautions of comprehensive application infrastructure vendors.
Providing a who’s who in the vendor market, this research offers basic profiles for vendors that qualify to provide a comprehensive set of application infrastructure supporting an organization’s projects in the next three to five years.
Gartner cites WSO2 as a visionary in all three Magic Quadrants for Application Infrastructure including SOA Application Projects, Systematic Application Integration Projects, and Systematic SOA Infrastructure Projects. Of the vendors listed as options in the Comprehensive Application Infrastructure report, WSO2 is the only open source vendor included.
At WSO2, we are committed to working closely with our customers and the open source community to deliver a lean and highly adaptive middleware platform that addresses the demands of modern enterprises, whether their applications reside on-premises or in the cloud.
– Paul Fremantle, CTO and Founder of WSO2
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