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Full integration to Salesforce with Red Hat Integration (Part 2)

Full integration to Salesforce with Red Hat Integration (Part 2)

This article is the second in a series of three articles about Red Hat Integration. The first article described how the new Red Hat Integration bundle allows citizen integrators to quickly provide an API through tools that make creating an API in five simple steps effortless, and we implemented a demo showing the full API lifecycle on Red Hat Integration. The demo was about providing wine labeling and ranking info via APIs.

In this article, I am going to take you further by implementing a real business transaction with Salesforce. We will create an event-driven integration solution with no code on Red Hat Integration.

The idea of this demo is to receive an order from the client web application through a gated, secured API that will then process the order and forward the needed data to the corresponding Salesforce modules. From there, Salesforce will take care of the order content.

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Use Groovy to customize the Maven build process

Use Groovy to customize the Maven build process

Apache Maven is a popular build automation tool used primarily for Java projects (although it can also be used to build and manage projects written in other languages). Maven uses a pom.xml file to centrally manage a project’s build and its dependencies. If you have worked anywhere near to the Java ecosystem chances are that, for the good or for the bad, you have come across the use of this tool.

Maven plugins are used to enhance and customize the Maven build process; while the list of existing plugins is quite extensive, it is common to need to implement some small changes or tweak the build just a bit, which makes writing a whole plugin feel like overkill.

This post describes a possible solution: the GMaven Plus plugin.

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Red Hat Fuse 7 Is Now Available

Red Hat Fuse 7 Is Now Available

Red Hat Fuse 7 (formerly called Red Hat JBoss Fuse) is now officially available. This cloud-native, distributed solution allows developers to easily develop, deploy and scale integration applications. Architects can compose and orchestrate microservices with Red Hat Fuse to introduce agility to the systems. In this release, Fuse also empowers integration experts and business users to become more productive with the self-service low-code platform. With this new agile integration solution, enterprises can now engage in wider collaboration with and among partners at a much quicker pace.

Here’s where you can download it: https://developers.redhat.com/products/fuse/download/.

What’s in Fuse 7?

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More work done with less code – Fuse Online Tech-Preview TODAY

More work done with less code – Fuse Online Tech-Preview TODAY

Fuse Online Tech-Preview is available TODAY! This is great news to my integration developer friends, check out the new Red Hat Fuse Online integration platform. Fuse Online is easy to use and low code platform for system integrators. System integrator now plays a very important role in the Enterprise IT, because they have the ability to interconnect with partner, vendors, and internal systems. Companies now need to deal with the increasing number of APIs/digital touch points that need to weave together. And the time they were given for them to integrate has just gotten shorter! Red Hat Fuse online is just the right tool for this.

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