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NaviSite's Next Generation Cloud Computing Platform: AppStructure






AppStructure is designed to eliminate the boundaries between infrastructure, applications and services so that businesses can rapidly scale to meet time-sensitive demands, deliver software to end-users, create real-time integration with customers and partners, to provide meaningful alignment between cost and performance. AppStructure is useful for enterprises of all sizes, but especially to those organizations that view IT as a strategic function, but lack the resources to harness the combined power of this platform on their own.

“The emergence of utility computing platform, developments in virtualization technologies, acceptance of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery model, proliferation of Enterprise Community portal applications and the pressure to integrate various disparate applications within and outside enterprises are some of the key technology trends we’ve been tracking for some time,” said Denis Martin, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, NaviSite. “With a product portfolio of managed services and application solutions like no other in the industry, NaviSite is in an extraordinary position to offer AppStructure as an innovative solution  uniting three leading technologies that deliver new functionality, create tighter integration, and automate workflows, while significantly improving business performance.”

“CIOs have been searching for agile approaches to applications and IT architectures for years,” said John R. Rymer and Connie Moore, co-authors of the “Dynamic Business Applications Imperative” for Forrester Research. “So why now? Because the perfect storm of unmet business requirements, process automation experience, IW and Social Computing innovations and growing adoption of SOA, BPM, Business Intelligence (BI) and business rules finally provide the means.”


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