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Flexible, portable, connected: How do you describe integration?

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Cloud, containers, mainframe -- these are the core of your infrastructure. Then you have critical data in SaaS applications, databases, directories, and applications deployed across clouds. How do you get your applications connected to your most critical data? 

Try a different approach to integration. Don't just bandage point-to-point applications. Look at the big picture and plan your integration points like they're microservices -- portable, cross-environment, iterative, and (above all) flexible.

The ultimate goal? Connect everything.

Learn more: https://www.redhat.com/en/solutions/agile-integration

Run time
2:48
Date
September 9, 2019

Transcript

At the core of every business is data. As your business becomes increasingly digital, trying to access your data becomes complex. And if your systems, applications, and technologies can't talk to each other, you're loosing time and money. That's where integration comes in, but in a world where digital innovation and disruption are the norm, traditional centralized approaches to integration simply can't keep pace with demand. With the increased adoption of cloud applications, hybrid cloud IT environments, and the need to extend systems, to reach partners and customers, it's time for a new approach. Agile Integration is an architectural approach that relys on modern platforms, processes and technologies, that are suited for fast paced, and adaptive solutions. Red Hat's agile principles and approaches can help you do more, by enabling your systems to talk to each other across clouds, across application boundaries, and across teams. With Red Hat, integrations can be developed in line with application development, deployed on containers, and broken up into lightweight, microservices-style architectures. Red Hat integration includes API management and development, streaming data, messaging and default connectors for hundreds of services and applications. And everything is standard spaced. So it's consistent, reusable and portable. In addition, Red Hat integrations are environment-agnostic, featuring technologies that run on-premise and containers or in the cloud. Red Hat also provides the platform that helps you maintain the security of your environment and your data, with the ability to use authentication and authorization rules, traffic routing, and other features to create more secure environments. You can selectively publish APIs both internally and externally. And ensure only the right users have access. And you can monitor access to services and applications. When you're ready to get the most out of your cloud assets, your SaaS investments, and your data, Red Hat can help you get started with agile coaches or engineering based discovery sessions, to identify your challenges and overcome them with comprehensive, cost-effective solutions. Integration touches every aspect of your IT environment. Make it a strategic advantage with Red Hat. Learn more, contact us today.