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Easily Build and Integrate Microservices with Red Hat Fuse and Openshift

Microservices is still a distributed-systems problem and integration is a core component to any distributed system. Many organizations thinking about deploying microservices struggle with VM proliferation; how to test, deploy, and manage; and ultimately how to reliably integrate services.

Fuse integration services for OpenShift by Red Hat® is a docker-native way of packaging microservices to take advantage of powerful integration technology built on Apache Camel. This solution connects the pieces together—either using REST, CQRS, event sourcing, or other powerful microservice patterns and architectures.

In this webinar, we will:

- Explore Red Hat JBoss® Fuse integration services in depth
- Leave you with a working application you can use to build your integration microservices
Recorded Feb 14 2017 61 mins
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