Red Hat introduced Red Hat 3scale API Management as a fully containerized, on-premise offering for end-to-end application programming interface (API) lifecycle management. As the first major release of the platform following Red Hat's June 2016 acquisition of 3scale, Red Hat 3scale API Management—On Premise builds on Red Hat's vision to accelerate digital transformation and innovation with API-driven hybrid cloud architectures. Red Hat 3scale API Management expands the deployment options available for the platform, providing organizations with a more powerful and flexible solution for managing APIs at scale within their own datacenter.
Red Hat announced Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7, the latest release of Red Hat's messaging platform. Based on the upstream Apache ActiveMQ and Apache Qpid community projects, JBoss AMQ is a lightweight, standards-based open source messaging platform designed to enable real-time communication between different applications, services, devices, and the Internet of Things. It also serves as the messaging foundation for Red Hat JBoss Fuse, and is designed to provide the real-time, distributed messaging capabilities needed to support an agile integration approach for modern application development. The newest version of Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7 combines the performance and efficiency of reactive programming with a more flexible architecture, giving customers a strong foundation for building distributed, reactive message-driven applications.
Red Hat will live stream details for Red Hat Summit 2017, taking place next week in Boston from May 2-4.
Red Hat will live stream all general sessions during the event, beginning at 8:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday, May 2, and a press conference will be held at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 2. The live stream is available at http://siliconangle.tv/red-hat-summit-2017/.
Last fall, when Red Hat announced that we would be opening a new facility in Boston, we also made a commitment to become an active member of the Boston technology community. Last week we were in Boston to lead another initiative that we hope will highlight the broader impact of open source and collaboration. In collaboration with Boston University, Sociedad Latina, Boston After School & Beyond, and the City of Boston, Red Hat hosted 20–25 Latina-American and African-American girls (ages 11–14) from underserved areas of Boston in a three-day immersive experience, introducing them to coding, collaboration, and the open source way. Through this CO.LAB initiative, we hope these girls were shown the potential of collaborative innovation and, along the way, perhaps helped spark their interest in open source technology or coding.
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