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Your invite to the API tech-breakfast seminars | SYDNEY | BRISBANE | MELBOURNE

As part of IntegrationWorks’ launch into Australia, we will be hosting some breakfast sessions that focus on on the API Economy and how companies can grow successful businesses using revolutionary API strategies, architectures and technology.

IntegrationWorks wins IBM Beacon Award for Outstanding Middleware Solution

IntegrationWorks wins 2016 IBM Beacon Award for Outstanding Middleware Solution

New Zealand & Australian IT company IntegrationWorks has been named the winner of a prestigious global 2016 IBM Beacon Award for Outstanding Middleware Solution for integration projects delivered to New Zealand Racing Board.

IntegrationWorks Australia

IntegrationWorks launches in Australia

IntegrationWorks, a specialist enterprise integration consultancy has launched an Australian office to cater for market demands for expertise in integration architecture, devOps and middleware vendor management. As part of a structured growth strategy, the New Zealand based company will be deploying teams of integration specialists to undertake various engagements across the eastern seaboard of Australia.

Microservices Series Part Three - Microservices and Collaboration

Microservices & Collaboration

In the series so far we've focused on the high level implications of microservices for traditional enterprises, including an overview of the microservices foundations that we use to help our clients get more value (and less surprises!) from microservices adoption. We now take a step back a little to clarify what microservices are, who delivers them, and why collaboration is vital. We also provide a couple of recommendations to ensure that teams collaborate effectively.

Integration Architecture - how much design is enough?

Our thriving Integration Architecture team have interesting design challenges when working across multiple client sites. In this blog, Barry Phease, one of our highly skilled Integration Architects compares the advantages of informal and formal design and why companies should consider both options dependant on their overall integration needs.

Microservices and Traditional Enterprises Comparison

Microservices & the Traditional Enterprise: Does it work?

Ian Vanstone, Chief Technology Officer at IntegrationWorks examines the microservices hype in this blog series that outlines common definitions, benefits, current enterprises using microservices and why traditional enterprises should be informed and consider adopting this style into their current systems.