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Everyone working in an enterprise organization has felt the frustration that arises when systems don’t talk to each other or when manual processes must be undertaken to accomplish tasks that should be automated. Solving these kinds of problems is what application integration is all about.
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I have recently worked on an interesting use case to integrate JDV with a SOAP Webservice which exposes WS-Addressing behavior via SOAP headers and requires a 2-way SSL. The use case stems from some strict regulations in the host country which prevent direct access to data sensitive systems and any access has to be via a web service, authenticated and encrypted. The following example showcases the configurations required and can be found in github. Installation Guide – Red Hat Customer Portal
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What follows here is a short write-up of our experiences from running OpenShift on OpenStack. Inspiration for writing this blog and highlighting the need for it is credited to Alberto Garcia Moyano.
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Welcome to our monthly series of blinded stories to highlight how customers are using Red Hat solutions to address business challenges and promote innovation.
In any industry, relying on paperwork can lead to data entry errors, slower work, and higher processing costs. In the healthcare industry, these challenges can affect the end customer experience.
This month we are highlighting a major health insurance provider with more than half a million customers that submit claims and receipts each year. The provider sought to eliminate these challenges for its internal operations teams and, as a result, improve the customer experience.
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