Migrating from TIBCO To Red Hat JBoss Middleware


Increasingly, companies need to support existing and emerging application use cases to minimize operational risk by diversifying their middleware strategy. TIBCO Software customers, and other proprietary middleware customers, are considering open source solutions to do this.

In this session, we’ll detail Red Hat’s recommended approach to migrating from TIBCO to Red Hat® JBoss® Middlewareas a means to more quickly develop modern applications, solve enterprise integration challenges, and set up flexible business process automation in a very cost-effective manner. You'll learn about:

  • Why you would migrate from proprietary solutions like TIBCO.
  • Moving from traditional ESB- or SOA-based architectures to API- and microservices-based architectures.
  • Flexible and adaptable integrations based on Red Hat JBoss Fuse.
  • Flexible business process automation based on Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite.
  • Red Hat's recommended approach to migration from TIBCO.

Date: Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Time: 11 a.m. EDT / 8 a.m. PDT
Duration: 60 minutes


Balaji Rajam

Principal Architect, Red Hat

Balaji Rajam, Red Hat Consulting principal architect, specializes Red Hat JBoss Middleware products. Balaji has an extensive background in TIBCO middleware. He spent the initial part of his 16-year career on TIBCO's product development teams, and he's spent majority of his career designing and implementing TIBCO products for their large enterprise customers.

Ushnash Shukla

Senior Consultant, Red Hat

Ushnash Shukla, Red Hat senior consultant, specializes in Red Hat JBoss Fuse and related middleware products. Ush has spent close to 12 years working with TIBCO BusinessWorks, Enterprise Message Service (EMS), and BusinessEvents to build critical, large-scale integration solutions.


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