Distributed, cloud-native integration: Introducing Red Hat Fuse 7
The ability to quickly and effectively integrate custom and packaged applications across the hybrid cloud can be a crucial differentiator for competitive organizations. It's essential that diverse participants—integration experts, application developers, and non-technical citizen integrators—have a unified and strategic platform that lets them independently participate in the integration process.
Join this session to learn how the latest release of Red Hat® Fuse 7.0 provides expanded cloud-native integration features that help you on this journey. We'll cover:
- Cloud-native integration.
- Patterns-based integration built on Apache Camel.
- Low-code, browser-based integration: Strategic iPaaS solution.
- Connectivity—from APIs to SaaS apps to IoT, and more.
- An API-centric platform to implement hybrid integration architectures.
- A demo of Red Hat Fuse Online (iPaaS).
Date: Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Time: 11 a.m. ET
Keith Babo, Product manager, Red Hat
Keith Babo leads product management for enterprise integration middleware at Red Hat. For 20 years, Keith has experienced everything integration middleware has to offer—the good, the bad, and the ugly (not necessarily in that order). He has held positions across the R&D, consulting, and product management teams of Red Hat, Sun Microsystems, and Intel Corporation.
Christina Lin, Technical marketing manager, Red Hat
Christina Lin is a Red Hat® JBoss® technology evangelist, focused on integration for Red Hat AMQ and Red Hat Fuse. She has worked in software integration in the finance, telecom, and manufacturing industries.