Implementing a Next Generation Messaging Solution


Thursday, March 31, 2011

Recorded


This is the second event in a two part series on Enterprise Messaging from Red Hat.

The next generation of enterprise messaging will demand flexible, standard-based solutions, as well as careful consideration of several new challenges. For example, how do you size the messaging environment and accommodate for performance requirements? How do you accommodate virtual and cloud environments? What about integrating messaging between new applications and legacy environments? How will you accommodate the different messaging models that are part of AMQP?

With these requirements in mind, we will discuss a “real-world” set of guidelines, including the role of AMQP, that you should consider as you architect your next generation enterprise messaging solution. We'll also cover how an enterprise messaging solution from Red Hat can help you ensure that you're ready for the next generation of enterprise messaging.

Speakers:


James Kirkland, Senior Enterprise Solutions Architect
William Henry, Red Hat, Office of CTO, Emerging Technologies
Kim Palko, Senior Product Manager, Enterprise MRG Messaging

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