Red Hat unveils Red Hat Integration

Red Hat has launched Red Hat Integration -a comprehensive set of integration and event processing technologies for creating, extending and deploying container-based integration services across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. As an agile, distributed and API-centric solution, Red Hat Integration enables organizations to connect and share data between applications and systems required in a digital world.

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This latest release of Red Hat Integration introduces a number of new capabilities designed for today’s Kubernetes-native, event-driven applications such as :

● Prevent runtime errors with Service Registry.
The service registry in Red Hat Integration is based on the open-source Apicurio project and serves as a contract between publishers and subscribers that governs the data movement. These contracts provide visibility into the types of messages flowing through the system and can be used to prevent runtime data errors. The service registry in Red Hat Integration also applies this to all API traffic as well.

● Record real-time updates to changing data with change data capture, based on Debezium. Capturing real-time data changes not only enables greater data analysis and new use cases but also addresses the issue of arbitrary changes made to a database that are not applied across the full application environment.

● Improve the availability and consistency of Apache Kafka clusters with MirrorMaker 2.0. Red Hat Integration now supports the latest version of MirrorMaker for Strimzi, which delivers a number of technical improvements over the previous version, such as bidirectional replication, topic configuration synchronization, and offset mapping, which makes it easier and faster to find messages in a target cluster if the source cluster has failed.

● Deploy integration logic natively to Kubernetes with Apache Camel K (Technical Preview). Camel K addresses the complications in deploying integrations such as massive memory usage and complicated YAML coding by giving developers a productive integration logic in a simplified declaration syntax and deploys natively (and thereby more efficiently) to Kubernetes. Camel K also provides a good connectivity option for serverless applications.

The latest version of Red Hat Integration is available now. Customers can get the latest updates from the Red Hat Customer Portal.