Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse is a small-footprint, flexible enterprise service bus (ESB) and messaging platform that integrates applications and data. It has also been instrumental in shaping the modernization of the healthcare industry. Because of its extensibility, Fuse ESB has been used as the open ehealth integration reference implementation. Leveraging Apache Camel, Apache CXF, Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Karaf and Fuse Fabric in a single integrated distribution, Fuse ESB utilizes enterprise integration patterns and vast connectivity components to allow repeatable and standards based integration to healthcare information systems. Even electronic records can now be realized with an integration solution that natively speaks HL7 and conforms to proven standards.
Tune in to this podcast to learn about the features of Red Hat JBoss Fuse and view a demonstration of its capabilities.
During this session, we will discuss what is Jboss Fuse and how it can be leveraged to solve today's healthcare integration challenges. Additionally, we will walk through a demonstration of a Red Hat JBoss Fuse quickstart which utilizes the HL7 Camel Component.
In this podcast, you will:
-Listen to how JBoss Fuse can be leveraged to solve current healthcare challenges
-Witness a demonstration of using the Camel HL7 component with the ability to download and run the project
Download now to learn how to use the product in the Healthcare domain in the Public Sector
Kenneth Peeples works in the Middleware Business Unit at Red Hat as a JBoss technology evangelist, with a focus on Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Red Hat JBoss SOA, and Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Developer Studio products. He has worked with multiple standards such as Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), Advanced Message Queueing Protocol (AMQP), WS-Trust, eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML), Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) and OpenID.
Senior Solutions Architect, Federal Division, Red Hat
Michelle has spent the last 15+ years designing and developing enterprise distributed architectures for businesses in the US, Government and abroad. In her present position, she not only architects Middleware and distributed solutions but she also evangelizes about and crafts business process management solutions and integration frameworks. Michelle has been evangelizing and consulting around the beltway about service oriented architectures and obliging technologies which include, but are not limited to, webservices, .NET, JMS, JEE and EAI. Prior to joining Redhat, Michelle dedicated her time to Progress Software, IONA, AT&T, IBM, Unify, and others. Michelle teaches at continuing studies programs and created classes such as "SOA What?", "Object Oriented Principles and Programming" and "Ergonomically correct Graphical User Interfaces". She holds a Masters and Bachelors degree in Computer Science from John Hopkins University and Drexel University.