Agile integration is about integrating everything faster than with traditional methods, preparing you for digital transformation.
In this issue
- Digital innovation requires agile integration
- Customer spotlight: London Borough of Camden Council delivers services faster with collaborative IT
- The 4 pillars of agile integration
- Art of Exchange: A new Open Source Stories film
- More to explore
- New Red Hat offerings and releases
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From the editor
Most definitions of "agile integration" relate to continuous integration/continuous delivery. But we take an architectural approach to the integration platform. It's about integrating everything faster than with traditional methods, preparing you for digital transformation.
This month, get our take on agile integration, how it's critical to innovation, and how it’s being used successfully by organizations.
What is agile integration?
Digital innovation requires agile integration
New IT and business challenges are making enterprise integration even more important. There's a better way to address them all: agile integration strategies.
Dig a little deeper
London Borough of Camden Council delivers services faster with collaborative IT
Camden Council used an agile integration approach to create an integrated IT environment. Now the council can deliver services faster and give its citizens an ideal online self-service experience.
See how they did it
The 4 pillars of agile integration
Experts at Red Hat Summit 2017 explain the key components behind agile integration and why they’re important.
Parts of the sum
Art of Exchange: A new Open Source Stories film
By creating a space for open exchange, the Tate Modern is breaking down expectations of what a 21st-century museum is.
Watch the film
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