Red Hat has announced the availability of Red Hat Integration, a comprehensive set of integration and messaging technologies to connect applications and data across hybrid infrastructures.
Red Hat Integration is an agile, distributed, containerized, and API-centric solution. It provides service composition and orchestration, application connectivity and data transformation, real-time message streaming, change data capture, and API management—all combined with a cloud-native platform and toolchain to support the full spectrum of modern application development.
The latest release helps improve the overall customer experience with a unified installation for all Red Hat Integration components with a new Red Hat Integration Operator for Red Hat OpenShift.
Red Hat’s change data capture and service registry components, based on the open source Debezium and Apicurio projects, address important challenges that customers face when building these applications.
With the new release, Red Hat has also expanded the list of target databases with a new connector for IBM Db2. Customers can set their applications to detect changes to Db2 databases—as well as MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Microsoft SQL Server—and capture them for streaming processing.