Software AG has released a powerful 10.5 version of their webMethods Hybrid Integration product in October last year. The highlight of this release is its API Management Framework, loaded with a broad set of capabilities, including API Microgateway, API App Mesh, API Hot Deployment, API Portal Enhancements, High-Speed Messaging, and In-Memory Catching.
Around the same time, Software AG has also strengthened its Digital Business Platform using higher-quality cloud-centric advancements in the form of B2B as a service, DevOps Lifecycle across on-premises and cloud integration, and a range of new cloud connectors and IoT adapters. Extended support for OpenShift and Docker, covering a wide collection of Software AG products, has also been provisioned. These feature services have collectively been known as webMethods.io integration.
Despite a few months after launch, most enterprises are still clueless about what webMethods 10.5 and webMethods.io integration platforms are and how they can facilitate growth in today’s hyperconnected, experience-driven economy. To help them find clarity and leverage the full potential of Software AG’s unique capabilities, we conducted a webinar where our seasoned expert shared insights on:
- Significant features and enhancements in webMethods 10.5 release
- API-first integration approach with microservices and App Mesh
- B2B Cloud Integration powered by DevOps-led implementation model
- The right time to modernize your integration platform
- Kellton Tech’s approach to webMethods 10.5 Upgrade and webMethods.io integration
About Our Speaker
Ram Kanumuri, Vice President – Digital Integration, Kellton Tech
Ram Kanumuri is an enterprise integration specialist with versatile skills and a deft problem-solving approach. He has successfully empowered several customers with scalable integration solutions that helped them unlock new streams of value. Ram ventured into the space of digital integration more than a decade ago, and in his illustrious career, he has developed core-critical solutions for multiple industries, including retail, logistics, oil and gas, and utilities among more, while leveraging platforms from vendors like Software AG, MuleSoft, and IBM.