siloed application


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siloed application

An application that does not interact with other applications or information systems. A siloed application is any software that functions on its own to solve a problem. Such applications are often found within the many departments of large enterprises.
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With 45 days to launch this program, using a static and siloed application, it would seem this program will not be successful, much less get off the ground.
Federation takes an open, standards-based approach that eliminates cost overruns, security loopholes, and user inconvenience caused by rigid, proprietary, siloed application architectures.
Cloudera developed Altus after recognizing the challenges that its customers were facing with big data in the cloud: rising costs, too few enterprise tools, operational complexity, cloud vendor lock-in and siloed applications.
Deploying unique solutions to address each challenge is costly and inefficient, resulting in siloed applications that might, at best, communicate across on-premises and cloud environments, but not necessarily with other applications within an organization.