Powering interactions via apps requires a new architecture. Companies today seek to leverage the latest forms of mobile and rich-client engagement to build new experiences. In recent years, apps have transformed from the means of content access and data entry to being the primary channels of interaction between a company and its customers and employees
This transformation has significant implications for enterprise architecture, which must move from delivering web apps as the primary interaction channel to powering interactions across multiple interactive touch points, of which the web is just one. Learn about: how modern apps and ESBs are an impedance mismatch; the new generation of mobile apps; the case for an API tier; and qualitative and quantitative shifts in the nature of data.