Red Hat Integration
Red Hat Integration is a comprehensive set of integration and messaging technologies to connect applications and data across hybrid infrastructures. It is an agile, distributed, containerized, and API-centric solution.
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Red Hat AMQ—based on open source communities like Apache ActiveMQ and Apache Kafka—is a flexible messaging platform that delivers information reliably, enabling real-time integration and connecting the Internet of Things (IoT).
Red Hat 3scale API Management makes it easy to manage your APIs. Share, secure, distribute, control, and monetize your APIs on an infrastructure platform built for performance, customer control, and future growth.
Red Hat AMQ streams is a massively scalable, distributed, and high-performance data streaming platform based on the Apache Kafka project. It offers a distributed backbone that allows microservices and other applications to share data with high throughput and low latency.
Red Hat AMQ Interconnect is a lightweight AMQP message router for building scalable, available, and performant messaging networks.
A distributed change data platform that captures row-level database changes so that applications can respond immediately.
Designed for serverless and microservice architectures, Red Hat build of Camel K is a lightweight integration framework that runs natively in the cloud on OpenShift with use of Kamelets. Kamelets are custom resources that you install on OpenShift and use in Camel K integrations. These route components, in the form of encapsulated code, provide an efficient method for defining data sources and data sinks, allowing you to assemble data pipelines and accelerate your development efforts.
Utilize the integration capabilities of Red Hat build of Apache Camel and its vast component library in the Quarkus runtime, optimizing for peak application performance with fast start up time.
Red Hat Fuse, based on open source communities like Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ, is part of an agile integration solution. Its distributed approach allows teams to deploy integrated services where required.
Red Hat build of Apicurio Registry is a datastore for standard event schemas and API designs, and is based on the Apicurio Registry open source community project. Use Apicurio Registry to manage and share the structure of your data using a web console, REST API, Maven plug-in, or Java client.
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|Severity Low||Advisory (RHSA-2023:1815) Low: Red Hat Integration Debezium 2.1.4 security update||Synopsis Low: Red Hat Integration Debezium 2.1.4 security update||Date |
|Severity Moderate||Advisory (RHSA-2022:8902) Moderate: Red Hat Camel for Spring Boot 3.18.3 release and security update||Synopsis Moderate: Red Hat Camel for Spring Boot 3.18.3 release and security update||Date |
|Severity Moderate||Advisory (RHSA-2022:7896) Moderate: Red Hat Integration Debezium 1.9.7 security update||Synopsis Moderate: Red Hat Integration Debezium 1.9.7 security update||Date |
|Severity Important||Advisory (RHSA-2022:7177) Important: Red Hat Camel for Spring Boot 3.14.5 release and security update||Synopsis Important: Red Hat Camel for Spring Boot 3.14.5 release and security update||Date |
|Severity Moderate||Advisory (RHSA-2022:6407) Moderate: Red Hat Integration Camel-K 1.8 security update||Synopsis Moderate: Red Hat Integration Camel-K 1.8 security update||Date |
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