Eric D. Schabell: Red Hat Summit 2020 - An Advanced Agile Integration Blueprint

Friday, December 20, 2019

Red Hat Summit 2020 - An Advanced Agile Integration Blueprint

Back in early November I shared a pile of submissions to Red Hat Summit 2020 in San Francisco on Apr 27-29.

Since that time I've again, for the 4th year in a row, been leading the team that select and delivers your hands-on labs experience at Red Hat Summit.

As of last week we've finalized the hands-on labs and started sending acceptance emails (rejects follow later), along with the first round of acceptances for other sessions. Anyone who looks closely at my submissions to Red Hat Summit each year should notice I'm no longer putting any hands-on labs in the call for papers. Being on the selection team I've felt that's not right to participate in that type of session, so I've focused on other session types.

With this round of notifications, I've gotten one session accepted. Let's see what you can join me for in San Francisco, shall we?

Note that just because you did not get an acceptance email for your submissions this time around, it doesn't mean you are not going to be accepted in a later round of notifications. Watch your inbox for more notifications in January 2020.

So far, this session I will be presenting together with my colleague:

Concept to Reality: An Advanced Agile Integration Blueprint

Are you all in on the concept of agile integration or just getting your toe in the water? Are you an expert or just getting started with concepts like integration, microservices, message integration, process integration, APIs, and all the things that make your customers experience the best it can be? This session has something for all levels as it walks attendees through the architecture concepts with whiteboard diagrams, easy to grasp images, with a bottom up approach to connecting the dots for the concepts of an integration architecture. Once the groundwork has been laid, the second half of this session take a look at an integration architecture blueprint based on three successful customer integration solutions. Presenting the results of researching these successful solution architectures provides attendees with a clear blueprint for matching to their own architectures, or to help solidify their plans for architecting successful integration solutions. (with Christina Lin)

Now enjoy your holidays, close out the year, and cross your fingers for more acceptance letters in January!

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