Integration Lifecycle

Definition & Overview

The Integration Lifecycle encompasses the stages in developing, deploying, and managing integrations between systems or applications. Initially, the Planning phase identifies requirements and defines objectives.

Subsequently, the Design phase outlines the integration architecture, data mappings, and workflows. The Development phase builds and tests integration components like APIs, connectors, and middleware.

Once developed, the Deployment phase configures settings and conducts performance testing in production environments. Finally, the Management phase monitors integration performance, troubleshoots issues, and implements updates for ongoing reliability.

Effective coordination among stakeholders is vital for successful integration outcomes. Learn more about what Launchpad offers here.

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