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The same tried, tested, and trusted company that brought you RHEL, brings IT leaders, Lead Developers, and Architects enterprise-grade, open source, cloud native technology to help you develop, deploy, integrate and manage your applications faster and more efficiently than ever before in a multi-cloud or on-prem environment. Containers, middleware, application integration, microservices, mobile, DevOps, BPM.
Microservices within a distributed environment is nothing new. But nowadays, when you design a microservices environment, you have to take more into consideration than just the software itself. Designing a distributed application within stateless and immutable environment can be challenging. In this session, we'll share our experimentation with SPA, monitoring, architecture, services design, release management, systems deployment, job executions, authentication, and more. We'll also share our experience splitting a 5M line-of-code app into more than 300 microservices running on OpenShift and Docker. We won't share an absolute set of rules, but what worked for us and what didn't.
The world is full of scheduling problems: employees to shifts, delivery routes to vehicles, aircraft and crews to flights, and manufacturing jobs to machines, just to name a few. Solving these problems optimally is often key to a businesses’ success, and yet the technology and knowledge needed to do it is often only available to the largest of enterprises. Until now.
Red Hat® JBoss® BRMS includes a business resource planner based on the popular OptaPlanner open source project. It offers a range of powerful optimization algorithms that enable regular Java™ developers to quickly build solvers for many common optimization problems.
Watch this webcast with the OptaPlanner to:
- Work through some actual examples and use cases whose solutions demonstrate business benefits.
- Leave equipped with tools and resources to start solving your own business planning problems.
- Discover how digital transformation and open source are changing the face of business and IT operations
Microservices is still a distributed-systems problem and integration is a core component to any distributed system. Many organizations thinking about deploying microservices struggle with VM proliferation; how to test, deploy, and manage; and ultimately how to reliably integrate services.
Fuse integration services for OpenShift by Red Hat® is a docker-native way of packaging microservices to take advantage of powerful integration technology built on Apache Camel. This solution connects the pieces together—either using REST, CQRS, event sourcing, or other powerful microservice patterns and architectures.
In this webinar, we will:
- Explore Red Hat JBoss® Fuse integration services in depth
- Leave you with a working application you can use to build your integration microservices
Fast and accurate quality verification is important in every release of software—whether your organization releases software several times a day or once a year—and automated testing is the best way to do it. But if automated tests can’t be trusted, they'll prevent the adoption of DevOps and continuous delivery. So what’s the best way to test software releases?
Watch this webcast to learn how Red Hat® JBoss® Middleware can help you:
- Write fast and reliable automated tests for Java™ applications
- Use automated functional testing frameworks
- Automate regression testing to identify performance problems
Despite the popularity of stateless applications and methodologies like 12-factor apps, there's an inherent need to deal with state in applications. Relational and NoSQL databases, in-memory caches, and distributed grids are all means of managing state—providing different capabilities to suit application needs.
Applications running in containers on a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) enjoy a high degree of scalability due to the auto-scaling capabilities of containers. Watch this webcast to learn how Red Hat® JBoss Data Grid manages state for applications running on OpenShift by Red Hat and scales with your application.
Key topics include:
• How to take advantage of the elasticity provided by JBoss Data Grid to manage state in Java™ applications
• Storing application data in JBoss Data Grid instead of a relational database
• Providing state replication in a microservices-based architecture
Electronic Arts (EA) is an organization whose name is synonymous with gaming. Whether it be through EA's console, PC, or online games, nearly everyone has hands-on experience with their products and technologies. As EA I.T. continues their growth in the mobile space, they quickly identified a need to take a improve integration between mobile apps and their legacy systems with modern approaches to development on cutting-edge technology stacks.
Join Bill Bendrot (EA manager of Solutions/Services Architecture & Enterprise Mobile Development) and his team as they discuss:
-The history of EA I.T.’s expansion into the mobile space
-Factors behind choosing a Node.js tech stack
-Benefits of Microservices throughout the integration process
-The realities of DevOps in a rapid development environment
-Points to consider when evaluating service providers
-Using MBaaS as an integration platform to integrate and enrich internal systems with cloud systems like an MAM
-An Overview of their final tech stack and resulting successes
Healthcare companies are facing complex interoperability challenges—connecting multiple applications while also providing a consistent customer experience. Increased government regulations on meaningful use and value-based care make things even more challenging. Open source cloud integration platforms, like Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse, can help overcome these challenges and provide better patient outcomes by connecting applications, Application Program Interfaces (APIs), and data.
In this webcast, you'll learn how to build an API-based connected healthcare solution with Red Hat JBoss Fuse. We'll cover such topics as:
• Interoperability challenges within the healthcare industry
• How the Health Level-7 (HL7) standards affect the exchange of health information
• Real-world use cases of healthcare integration solutions
• Building a robust, microservices-based healthcare solution that uses HL7 Version 2 and Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) data formats to create connected API's
Custom software development and business automation have historically provided 2 equal but distinct paths to bring high-quality products to market. Each has its own benefits and trade-offs. Business process management (BPM) and business rules management systems (BRMS) provide a lightweight, modular platform that can be tailored for your organizational structure and technical architecture.
Red Hat® Consulting offers a Business Automation Practice—a design model that combines the rigor and security of software development with the speed and accessibility of business automation technology. The result? Businesses can develop better products, more quickly and fully evolve with DevOps.
With the increased speed of business and the transitory nature of apps and services, agility is paramount. To meet this need, successful organizations have turned to DevOps philosophies and solutions based on microservices architectures (MSAs).
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are crucial in every MSA (Microservice Architecture) to link the various microservices. Solutions based on MSAs and DevOps are effective, but bring some challenges. While microservices allow flexible, agile deployments, they can be harder to manage and can create complex scenarios.
Watch and learn:
• How to establish effective continuous integration and delivery pipelines using Red Hat® OpenShift, Docker, and Kubernetes.
• How to get security, control, and visibility of the microservice APIs using the 3scale by Red Hat API management platform and the 3scale nginx-based API gateway running on Docker.
Containers, OpenStack, and Hadoop are three of the most talked about topics in the industry today. This session will highlight some of the hot topics related to the convergence of containers and OpenStack including projects Magnum, Kolla and Calico. Join us and learn about new communities and products including Open Container Initiative (OCI), Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Cisco NFVI and Mantl/Shipped. This session will also feature a deep-dive on how Hadoop can be deployed on OpenStack with the Hadoop-as-a-Service (HaaS) Cisco Validated Designs (CVD).
You want to evolve your application development strategies to benefit from DevOps processes, cloud and container platforms, and microservices architectures. However, if you've built your core application infrastructure around traditional Java™ EE development approaches, the path forward might not be so clear.
Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) 7 allows you to re-imagine your Java applications and take full advantage of these new application approaches.
In this webcast you’ll learn:
• Trends and priorities in application development today
• What’s new with JBoss EAP 7
• How to move your Java EE applications into the cloud with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform