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Thursday, September 2 • 13:30 - 14:00
What is Cloud Native Integration?

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The terms "cloud" and "Cloud Native" have become important in the software industry, alluding to significant change and a flurry of new techniques aimed at providing ever increasing efficiency, and efficacy for modern compute platforms. "Cloud Native", when used to describe software, implies architecture that capitalizes on the capabilities of "cloud" infrastructure, however, there is no clear consensus around which concrete architectural characteristics should be exhibited by Cloud Native deployments. Some of this ambiguity derives from inconsistent views of the term "cloud" itself, and the relevant context applied when cloud infrastructure is in use. More specifically, as enterprises attempt to solve common problems using integration technologies and middleware at large, implementation teams are often left to determine for themselves how best to leverage cloud infrastructure and Cloud Native architecture for efficiency, stability, and reliability gains. The purpose of this discussion is to introduce an easy button for cloud native development to meet hybrid-cloud, multi-cloud, and event driven characteristics of cloud native development using Apache Camel-K, Knative Serverless Runtimes, and Apache Kafka as a backbone for a multi-cloud architecture.

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Michael Costello

Senior Architect, Red Hat
https://mike-costello.github.io/about/ Mike has spent the last 2 decades in the enterprise integration space. Beginning with his love for J2EE, emerged a love for Service Oriented Architecture and as the years carried on his romance with MicroServices and cloud native distributed... Read More →

Thursday September 2, 2021 13:30 - 14:00 EDT