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Tomorrows Integration plattform

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  • R2M (R2Meton AB)

    Klarabergsviadukten 90, Stockholm (map)

    59.330204 18.053751

  • The integration platform have been around for decades but with a lot of modern techniques such as CI/CD and with SOA really kicking off in the guise of micro-services one question becomes very real: is the integration platform dead? And where do integration fir into the API world?


    In this session I will share my view of why the integration platform, as we know it, is not dead, but more importantly how we need to build it to facilitate the needs of both the modern micro-service generation as well as the COTS and cloud problem we have been struggling with in the past decade.

    The format of the session will be open and I expect a lot of crowd participation so bring along all your pondering and thoughts and ideas and questions!


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  • Michael M.
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    I am an experienced architect and developer with over a decade experience in SOA, Java as well... more

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