Awareness and interest in microservices has been growing exceptionally fast, with the promise of rapid gains in productivity and innovation getting the attention of IT practitioners at every level. The growth is not just visceral; many of the key principles of the microservices architectures (MSA) like agile methods, continuous integration and delivery, failing fast, minimizing dependencies, and of course cloud platforms are applicable in even the smallest projects. Yet questions and misunderstandings persist.
Many in IT and outside IT wonder how microservices are really different than service-oriented architecture (SOA). What type projects are appropriate for an MSA? Many in the integration community—vendors and users—have been particularly hesitant to embrace MSA, likely due to legacy infrastructure that so often complicates integration efforts. It turns out, however, that MSA fueled by open source communities is a proven enabler of rapid, successful integration.
Join this webinar to learn more about these topics:
- Introduction to microservices
- How OpenShift, Kubernetes, and Docker fits in MSA
- Introduction to containerized integrations: Red Hat JBoss® Fuse integration services on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
- Use cases for integration with greenfield and brownfield microservices
- Christian Posta, principal Middleware specialist, Red Hat
- Keith Babo, product manager, Red Hat
Date: November 22, 2016
Time: 11:00 a.m. ET
Length: 1 hour