Building modern integrations means moving past legacy systems. Your integration developers need cloud-native, cost-efficient, scalable systems that have the flexibility and power to build complex integrations. iPaaS solutions deliver scalable, simple-to-use platforms for centralizing your integration projects. Deploying an iPaaS on Kubernetes gives your developers the freedom to run integrations wherever you need them to. How do you accomplish this? Apache Camel, a lightweight open-source integration framework that runs natively in your Kubernetes cluster, is the answer. With Camel, developers can build and run integrations without fear of vendor lock-in, and its Kubernetes-specific branch Apache Camel K is perfect for deploying serverless and microservices iPaaS solutions. In this webinar, we'll demonstrate how you can build your own serverless iPaaS and run it in Kubernetes using the Apache Camel K framework.
Daniel has been working in the tech writing space for 5 years. At Datagrate, he leads marketing and content initiatives for Datagrate and the Jetic tool. Previously, he has worked as a technology news and features writer covering a number of different beats, including cloud computing, networks, cybersecurity, and mobile device management. Onalytica listed him in the Top 100 Hybrid Cloud Influencers and Brands 2021 as part of its Who's Who in Hybrid Cloud? report.
As founder and CEO of Datagrate, Andre has helped his clients design and build scalable enterprise integration platforms for over 15 years. At Datagrate, we believe that Kubernetes and Apache Camel will become the foundation for cloud-native integration solutions, especially as demand for vendor and cloud-agnostic approaches increases each day. This approach to connect an ever-growing landscape of SaaS solutions and legacy software stacks in real-time creates an exceptional customer experience. We have worked for and with Talend, GE Transportation, Bayer, US Cellular, FIS Global, and many more.