In this session, Scott Cranton will discuss several reference architectures and architecture patterns common with Red Hat Fuse deployments to solve large, complex integration challenges in a manageable way. You’ll learn about deployment patterns such as service gateways for integration, service style deployments, and remote office and store integration.
Scott will also discuss and demonstrate Fuse Fabric, which can help you create and manage large numbers of Red Hat Fuse and Red Hat JBoss A-MQ instances.
Whether your business applications are based on Java EE 6, PHP, or Ruby, cloud environments are turning out to be perfect for business development. There are plenty of cloud and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) options to choose from, but where do you start?
In this session, Eric Schabell will provide examples, demos, and practical tips for ratcheting up your knowledge of open source, middleware-based xPaaS functionality. Not only will you be able to set up diverse PaaS solutions, you’ll also learn how to use your existing application with the product of your choice. Using OpenShift by Red Hat, our PaaS, we’ll show examples with Red Hat ‘s BPM and mobile solutions, SwitchYard, Opta Planner, and Red Hat JBoss Portal, in just minutes.
Join us to learn more about the practicality of Red Hat’s xPaaS vision and the role Red Hat JBoss Middleware can play.
New Order Engine (NOE) is a composite application based on Red Hat JBoss BRMS and Red Hat Fuse Service Works with process management, rules engine, messaging, and integration capabilities. NOE is a configurable, product-driven order decomposition and fulfillment engine that streamlines transformations from commercial orders into a common data model based on the shared information data (SID) model standard. The application provides dynamic decomposition into fulfillment tasks and real-time provisioning of service orders into multiple backend systems.
In this session, we’ll explore the application’s architecture details and discuss its implementation to a Tier-1 European telecommunications provider, replacing its commercial orchestration platform with an open source alternative.
Red Hat Fuse Service Works, Red Hat’s service development platform, combines technologies from Apache and JBoss Community projects. Building on the Red Hat Fuse ESB, Red Hat Fuse Service Works adds SwitchYard, a service development framework, BPEL and BPMN2 support for service orchestration and straight-through processing, JBoss Overlord DTGov and SOA Repository Artifact Model & Protocol (S-RAMP), and JBoss Overlord RTGov to support business transaction monitoring.
In this session, we’ll discuss typical use cases with demonstrations and samples to help you understand the current and future capabilities of Red Hat Fuse Service Works. You’ll also learn what supported technologies will most effectively address customer use cases.
Bring your own use case to discuss and share with peers.
The datacenters of today’s global businesses are often located in various sites around the world. To help ensure their safety, the data is frequently replicated both within and between sites. This cross-site replication can be challenging, as links between sites are often bandwidth-constrained and have high latency.
In this session, you’ll:
- Learn how to store data redundantly across multiple sites with Red Hat JBoss Data Grid’s cross-site replication.
- Gain an understanding of the architecture and main use cases of cross-site replication architecture.
- Learn about the latest features and future roadmap for Red Hat JBoss Data Grid and weigh in on our plans.