Cloud-to-cloud integration

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Cloud-to-Cloud Integration ( C2I ) allows users to connect disparate cloud computing platforms.[1] While Paas (Platform as a service) and Saas (Software as a service) continue to gain momentum, different vendors have different implementations for cloud computing, e.g. Database, REST, SOAP API.

Another name for Cloud-to-Cloud Integration is Cloud-Surfing.[2]

See also Cloud-based integration

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sommer, Brian, Cloud to Cloud Integration - Another Big ERP Challenge! October 2009, Znet.com. Retrieved July 2011
  2. ^ Walker, Tim, Cloudurfing: Welcome to the future of Computing, November 2008, The Independent. Retrieved July 2011