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We just wrapped up Red Hat Summit and it was a great time! Thank you for those of you who were able to attend and we hope to see those who couldn’t in San Francisco next year! Customers using Red Hat Integration capabilities were recognized and showcased their relationships with Red Hat. BP and Emirates […]
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We have been doing application and data integration for 20+ years. Why? Siloed applications and data need to be connected to synchronize data between applications, complete and automate business processes and improve efficiencies. Technologies like the enterprise service bus (ESB), managed file transfer (MFT), message brokers, integration platform as a service (iPaaS) have been used […]
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You may be familiar with Business Process Management (BPM).  It is a discipline in which people use various methods to discover, model, analyze, measure, improve, optimize, and automate business processes. Today BPM, or more specifically the technology that supports BPM, is widely used in organizations large and small to automate business operations. The story of […]
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The release of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.2 (JBoss EAP), Red Hat’s flagship middleware offering for enterprise Java, is now available.  Organizations around the globe trust and rely on JBoss EAP, a Java-EE compliant application server, to run their production workloads in on-premise, virtualized, containerized, and private, public, and hybrid cloud environments. With […]
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Today the first candidate release of the Eclipse Glassfish server targeting the new Jakarta EE 8 release is available. This was a huge effort to move the Glassfish source repositories over to the Eclipse github organization. It was accompanied by the move of TCK project as well. You can read about the details in Dmitry […]
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This guide is meant to help ease the pain for people who have been using Red Hat 3scale for quite some time and find themselves (a bit) lost in an all new navigation structure with an all-new look and feel. The Big Picture Navigation Structure Increasingly, our customers are managing more than one or two […]
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  Microservices are no longer a playground and developers and architects have adopted them and re-architected applications to reap their benefits, while others have also deployed to production. Voxxed Days Microservices is an exciting place to share those experiences and also listen to what Red Hat has been doing in this space with Microprofile, Thorntail, […]
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Introduction Tuning is a very interesting topic in the field of Software Engineering. Everybody can agree that it’s important but I have  rarely seen people actually doing it. This can be especially true when people have spare computational resources to spend, or if they are following these mantras: “the load won’t reach at this point” […]
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This is Oracle’s first edition of their CodeOne (October 22-25) conference (née JavaOne), which expands to a variety of runtimes beyond Java, among other things. Red Hat will be present at the conference delivering workshops, keynotes, and sessions on a variety of topics.  As a leader in open source, Java, cloud, containers, microservices and cloud-native […]
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EclipseCon Europe is fast approaching and many open source users, vendors, corporations, and developers will converge on October 23-25, 2018 in Ludwigsburg, Germany for the once-a-year event that brings the latest trends in IoT, web and cloud development, Java and Java development toolkits, tools and IDEs, and cloud-native Java. As a leader in open source, […]
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