Creating HIPAA-compliant applications without JCAPS/JavaMQ architecture

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With Oracle Java Composite Application Platform Suite (JCAPS) reaching its end of life, current JCAPS customers will need a migration solution that allows their healthcare organizations to create HIPAA-compliant applications. A good solution will also optimize data flow to both internal sources and external healthcare partners— on premise, on mobile devices, or in the cloud.

You can unlock your infrastructure with an open source integration platform and take advantage of better interoperability and flexibility with Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse. JBoss Fuse offers extensive integration coverage by offering over 100 different connectors, provides more robust messaging, push-button scalability, real-time data visibility and traceability, and simplifies and streamlines development by establishing agile processes that can be carried out across your organization to more quickly adopt new initiatives. It's a robust, trusted, integration framework and includes support for HL7 standard protocol.

Join this webinar to explore replacing legacy healthcare applications with modern Red Hat JBoss Fuse architectures using:

  • Dynamic and innovative brokers, such as Apache ActiveMQ.
  • Integration centered on enterprise integration patterns offerings, such as Apache Camel.
  • Cloud-aware, location transparent, and highly scalable healthcare applications hosted in a container-agnostic manner.

We will also discuss how Red Hat Consulting and partners can simplify and accelerate their migration and share why a number of large healthcare organization have migrated to Red Hat.



Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Time: 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT
Duration: 60 minutes

Speakers

Ashwin Karpe

Lead, Enterprise Integration Practice, Red Hat Consulting

Ashwin Karpe has 20 years of experience in designing, developing, and modeling large distributed enterprise systems. He is a member of the Committer and Project Management Committee (PMC) of the Apache Software Foundation's Apache Camel project. Ashwin has contributed several components to the Apache Camel, ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, and CXF community projects. He is also a committer on the Switchyard project in the JBoss community, and he regularly participates in open source discussion forums, conducts seminars and webinars, and consults on open source technologies that fuel his passion and interest.

Christian Posta

Chief Architect, Red Hat

Christian Posta (@christianposta ) is Chief Architect of cloud-native applications at Red Hat and is well known for being a frequent blogger, speaker, and open source enthusiast. He is the author of Microservices by Example and contributor on many open source projects, including Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, and Fabric8.io.
Christian works with large companies, creating and deploying large-scale, distributed architectures–many of which are now called microservices-based. He enjoys mentoring, training, and leading teams for success with distributed systems concepts, microservices, DevOps, and cloud-native application design.

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