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Thursday, March 21 • 5:30pm - 6:15pm
Track 1: Transforming Enterprises One Integration at a Time (Business)
In digital business, nothing happens until something is integrated. The success (or failure) of a new service or application depends on its ability to communicate with other services, across an infrastructure, in scalable, secure ways. That is the challenge of integration.

IT architectures and priorities have shifted so that legacy, centralized integration approaches are no longer feasible. Business and digital strategies are more rapid and changeable, while applications are distributed and function-based rather than monolithic. Integration architectures must be similarly distributed, iterative, and local. These integration architectures can be based in containers or the cloud, allowing teams to develop and deploy integrations more agilely.

Integration allows customers to make the most of their data, from accessing legacy systems to enabling communication across microservices to allowing real-time business insights. Defining an integration strategy enables customers to execute on their digital transformation strategy and business objectives.

This talk will include:
* An overview of the integration, storage, and other technologies
* Key customer challenges related to integration and our opportunity
* Indicators that integration is a relevant issue for customers or initiatives
* How to approach OpenShift customers about integration

Speakers
avatar for Wai Leong Khong

Wai Leong Khong

Business Development Manager, Red Hat
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Sameer Parulkar

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Sameer Parulkar is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Red Hat middleware integration products. He coordinates marketing, evangelism & product strategy for those products across all regions. Sameer has around 19-year experience in the IT industry with various roles like Developer... Read More →


Thursday March 21, 2019 5:30pm - 6:15pm
Center 1 (C1)