In this video, Steven Willmott outlines the business needs that are driving Red Hat customers to adopt application programming interfaces (APIs). Steven also explains how APIs can improve communications between partners to enable a more flexible business ecosystem.
In this video, Christina Lin discusses the benefits of agile integration and provides a roadmap for achieving those benefits using a microservices reference architecture.
How can you get the benefits of open hybrid cloud fast? Watch these step-by-step demos from Red Hat Summit that show how to go from bare metal servers to a flexible, scalable infrastructure that supports your business applications.
Does your technology stack give your company the flexibility to do whatever it wants?
Red Hat offers a complete open source portfolio that allows companies to use any cloud they want and any type of application they want to accomplish anything they want.
Modern enterprises are adopting the hybrid cloud to improve business flexibility and application portability. But how do you build an scalable infrastructure platform to deploy and manage cloud native applications? How do you do it cost-effectively using open, industry standard components?
This is a demo of Red Hat JBoss BPM with Red Hat Mobile, demonstrating a banking use case for mortgage/loan application.
Learn more: https://www.redhat.com/en/technologies/mobile
Burr Sutter, Director Developer Experience, is giving the keynote at an upcoming virtual event titled “Monoliths to Microservices”, a Red Hat virtual event.
Due to recent developments at TIBCO, a multitude of their existing customers are looking to minimize operational risk by diversifying their middleware strategy. However, rewriting Tibco BusinessWorks applications in a trusted project like Apache Camel is often a daunting and complex undertaking.
Hear from Paul Smith, SVP & GM, North America Public Sector, Red Hat, at the 2016 Government Symposium.
Hear from Tim Yeaton, SVP, Infrastructure Business Group, speak at Red Hat's Government Symposium.