Overview of event-driven design, messaging, micro services, function-as-a-service (FaaS) and how can we use these capabilities to build agile integration.
Simon Green, Senior Middleware Solutions Architect, Red Hat
How to get started with the information learned from Microservices, API, Containers, and Integration Day.
APIs are the language of collaboration and foundation to deliver digital services. Learn how APIs enable opportunities like new revenue channels, multi-channel delivery while promoting reusability of enterprise assets with increased focus on agility.
Join all of today's speakers at Red Hat's Microservices, Containers, Integration and API's Day event for a panel session. They'll take live Q&A from the audience as well as collectively discuss their real-time experiences helping Red Hat customers implement open source technology.
Learn how to build an API-focused agile integration solution using capabilities from traditional integration, messaging to microservices using tools designed to create cloud-based scalable solutions.
Catch the opening remarks from Sean Spurrier, Director Solution Architecture, Northeast Commercial, Red Hat. Sean manages the solution architecture group for the Northeast US commercial sales region.
Enterprises trying to build, migrate, and re-platform applications have many choices about the solution architecture, tools, and deployment locations.
In this webcast, we’ll look at 3 key issues:
Introduction to Agile Integration: An architecture approach based on three capabilities distributed integration, containers and APIs. Learn how this approach can help you create deliver faster and adaptable services.
In this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard video, Branden Pleines and Domenic Bove teach you how how to create an Ansible inventory that can target differently configured Linux and UNIX systems using a single playbook.
In this Red Hat Consulting whiteboard video, Sam Rang and Abner Malivert teach you how to bring Ansible & OpenShift Service Broker together to jump-start a self-service catalog tying together containerized infrastructure automation with traditional infrastructure automation.