What is agile integration?

**This post was updated on September 26, 2018.** If you Google the term “agile integration,” you’ll come up with about 30 million results, but they focus heavily on one area: continuous integration within agile development. That definition of agile integration is based on the build environment. However, it is possible to have another definition for […]

Swagger/OpenAPI for Enterprise Java microservices

On June 13, 2017, SmartBear joined the Eclipse MicroProfile project, an open source community specification for Enterprise Java microservices.  As someone interested in microservices, why is this news important? Microservices and microservice architectures have been in vogue now for a couple of years and IT organizations are rushing to implement (or re-factor) their applications using […]

Summit Notes: Tuesday Morning General Session

If you missed it, the keynote speeches are available on the Summit page or on YouTube. “You don’t need to focus on technology. You need to empower your developers.” There are certain patterns in the middleware / application development tracks for Red Hat Summit this year, and they revolve a lot around microservices. That makes […]

New Open Source Project for Agile Integration in Low Code Environments

At Red Hat Summit this week, Paul Cormier, executive vice president and president, Products and Technologies, demonstrated three stages of application modernization: rehosting / refactoring a monolithic app extending that app with OpenShift.io demoing how to manage applications and services in an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) The iPaaS demonstration was the first public view […]

Summit Prep: Integration

Integration is the multi-syllabic yet succinct way to say “getting a bunch of different things to work together usefully.” Looking at the integration track for Red Hat Summit, integration is the theme, but there are as many different paths as there are things to be integrated. This spans everything from messaging to API management to […]

Summit Prep: Get Connected, Stay Connected

There is a lot going on this week for Red Hat Summit. You can set up a schedule through the session catalog when you’re logged in — but there is still too much to see and do! As with everything, your smartphone and Twitter is your friend. Definitely follow the #RHSummit hashtag; it’s the primary […]

Accelerating Time To Value In The New Digital Economy

Cross-posted from the Red Hat Services Speak blog. Today, most organizations have significant internal datasets and digital services. These resources have the potential to be converted into new revenue streams by securely exposing them to customers and partners as web services. The availability of a number of open source web service frameworks, has meant that […]

Oxford Dictionaries API competition 2017: help the world work, play, and communicate

Oxford Dictionaries runs a global API competition, and Red Hat and the 3scale team are more than happy to support this initiative. Find more about the competition here. Oxford Dictionaries powers a huge range of technologies, apps, and digital services. Their world-renowned dictionary data powers search engines, provides definitions in e-readers, and makes predictive text […]

Enhanced containerized integration services on OpenShift: Red Hat Fuse Integration Services

Updated and enhanced integration services are now available on Red Hat OpenShift. A containerized, formatted version of Red Hat Fuse 6.3 is now available for simplified deployments on OpenShift instances. Technology is shifting so rapidly — from cloud-based architectures, Internet of Things and a variety of devices for interaction, new data streams, and mobile apps, to […]

APIs Are The New Language of Collaboration

“Survival of the fit,” in Darwinian evolutionary theory, describes the mechanism of natural selection. The biological concept of fitness is defined as reproductive success. But could this also apply to modern business? Sustained growth might be the criterion for fitness in a business context. So why is sustained growth so difficult to achieve? Surprisingly, it […]