In an API-driven cloud, Intigua wants to wrap APIs around your management midsection

Intigua's stack vision

A report I wrote on Intigua is up now. Here’s the 451 Take for y’all now:

Intigua has always been a company with a difficult marketing proposition, having started off as a packaging and deployment balm for systems management agents. While there is certainly utility to ‘managing the managers,’ a broader positioning and purpose was clearly needed. Intigua’s new positioning as an enabler of cloud management APIs looks encouraging, and if the company can extend into ‘orchestration’ as a consequence, it can start addressing one of the major gaps of large enterprises that are ‘going cloud.’ It’s nice that all of those cloud-native companies can manage tens of applications with their devops and cloud approaches – but how will the large companies of the world manage the tens of thousands of applications they’re beset with?

In talking with some folks who’ve been dealing with so-called “APIs” at the infrastructure stack…there’s a lot of work to do to make the management layer APIs behave like one would expect. Because WS-*.

Intigua bought re-print rights to the last piece I wrote on them, so you can read it for free on their site.

Client can read the full report, and try a trial if you’re not signed up with us yet.

In an API-driven cloud, Intigua wants to wrap APIs around your management midsection