Dell Boomi bringing startup mentality to hybrid cloud market

CEO Chris McNabb wants to get word out that its integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) can really scale to enterprise heights

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While Dell sold off many software assets as part of the 2016 mega merger with EMC that created Dell Technologies, it kept Dell Boomi as a critical component for helping IT shops build and run hybrid clouds. Dell Boomi offers an integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) – a set of cloud-based capabilities for connecting everything from SaaS apps to EDI and internet of things applications.

In this installment of the IDG CEO Interview Series with John Gallant, CEO Chris McNabb talks about why Dell Technologies kept Dell Boomi in the fold and how the company operates as a “startup” within the Dell ecosystem. He also detailed how Dell Boomi helps customers manage the increasing complexity that can come with building hybrid cloud, and explained the “economies of skills” the company brings to customers. Excellence in integration and data management is a key capability for organizations today and McNabb outlined how Dell Boomi can help customers achieve that goal.

Let’s start with the basics. Explain what Dell Boomi does and what problems it solves for customers.

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