Digibee’s Top 5 Blog Posts of 2023

Our blog, Digibeat, covers crucial topics and trends, offers contextual information, shares valuable insights, and outlines strategies for challenges facing businesses today. As we set our sights on presenting fresh insights in 2024, we are highlighting some of our most popular Digibee blog posts from 2023.

January 11, 2024

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#1 The endless end-of-life cycle with MuleSoft

This post highlights the struggles many businesses face with an expensive or time-consuming end-of-life (EOL) cycle experience with MuleSoft. The post discusses EOL, the not-so-seamless experience of upgrading to the next Runtime Engine version, compatibility conflicts, and associated costs. It also covers how Digibee’s modern iPaaS is equipped to help customers facing these issues.


#2 Burn Your MuleSoft IT Backlog with Digibee: Why you don’t need to rip and replace your iPaaS

Integration Platform-as-a-Service (or iPaaS) offers companies new opportunities to transform the way they manage IT resources to remain competitive in today’s market. If your legacy or MuleSoft integration doesn’t address all your integration needs, Digibee has a solution. This post covers how Digibee addresses IT backlogs and can work in tandem with legacy systems. It covers how Digibee’s low-code, flexible, modern solution coupled with straightforward pricing and unparalleled support can provide considerable long-term value for businesses whether they need to replace or enhance their existing integrations.


#3 8 benefits of cloud-native architecture

This post provides context, differentiation, and details the benefits of cloud-native solutions for businesses compared to cloud-based apps. Digibee’s cloud-native architecture can help integrate applications and architecture with legacy systems and siloed data – seamlessly, with zero downtime – faster than other integration solutions.


#4 Frustrated By Your Slow MuleSoft Implementation? Double up with Digibee for a Faster Time to Value

IT integrations don’t have to be a long and expensive project. Even if you’ve already invested in a MuleSoft implementation, Digibee can work alongside existing integration products to expedite innovation and resolve IT backlogs. This post covers the benefits of Digibee’s iPaaS that traditional integration providers simply can’t match – especially a much faster time to value with no need for specialized IT training or costly MuleSoft certifications.


#5 Digibee’s top 3 tech predictions for 2023

Digibee experts looked ahead to 2023 and provided insights and predictions on industry trends and relevant topics, focusing on IT investment, competitive hiring, and composable infrastructure. This post provides an overview of each prediction and includes a video of the live discussion. Take a look and see if we were right!


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