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Red Hat Summit 2017

S109081 - The Three Pillars that Apply Agile to Integration

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As Agile practices have revolutionized software engineering in general, they have also changed the way integration is implemented in the enterprise.  The best integration platforms have evolved to support a new class of users:  agile integrators.  Fast moving, highly productive teams feature some developers that have an integration responsibility, likely amongst other responsibilities. Some integration technology products have evolved to serve this user class, focusing on 3 pillars of capability

  • Distributed Integration - based on Camel routes, which support modern microservice architectures and more distributed development styles vs traditional ESBs.

  • Containers - enabling a DevOps capability across applications and integrations.

  • API’s - delivering re-usability of managed end-points.  

Attend this session to learn about the Agile Integration methodology and how it improves productivity for modern application development for the agile developer.


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Application development, Application platforms, Application delivery, Big data, DevOps, IT strategy, Integration
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45 minutes
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