WEBINAR: Simple, efficient, highly-integrated applications with JBoss Fuse

Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Time: 16:00 UTC | 11:00 am (New York) | 5:00 pm (Paris) | 9:30 pm (Mumbai)

Disparate data and information on systems that can’t scale or communicate with each other create a recipe for disaster. You can’t react or innovate quickly enough as your business becomes even more challenging.

Red Hat works with organizations every day to automate processes and integrate applications and services. Join our webinar to learn how we can help you meet business requirements and optimize performance.

Modernize your architecture with Red Hat JBoss Fuse
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse helped modernize architecture for several customers. Through customer use cases, learn how to:

• Build a set of enterprise-class services that deliver diverse media content to multiple channels.
• Manage authentication across a handful of systems.
• Improve file transfer scheduling and execution to be easier, more flexible, and less expensive.
• Future-proof systems to be more open and flexible.

Register here.

Speakers:
Balaji Rajam, middleware domain architect, Red Hat
Balaji Rajam is a Red Hat middleware domain architect who works with strategic Red Hat customers to design and build middleware solutions. He is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

MunChul Shin, software consultant, Red Hat
MunChul Shin is a Red Hat software consultant who focuses on delivering solutions using Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Apache Camel, jBPM5, and BRMS. He is based in Los Angeles.

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