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Modernizing Enterprise Applications

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  • The Open Innovation Labs Experience: Redefining DevOps Culture
    The Open Innovation Labs Experience: Redefining DevOps Culture Justin Holmes, App Dev Architect, Red Hat; Øystein Bedin, PaaS Infrastructure Architect, Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat Recorded: Jul 20 2017 45 mins
    DevOps is foundational to the world’s highest-performing information technology organizations. But more than anything else, DevOps is about culture, and culture can be elusive. To help our customers experience how a DevOps culture can accelerate their innovative ideas, Red Hat launched it's Open Innovation Labs. In this session, Justin Holmes and Øystein Bedin from Open Innovation Labs will share their story building a DevOps culture for the Labs' core team.

    In this session, you'll learn about:

    - Behaviors and processes to enable collaboration between development and operations.
    - How tools like Ansible by Red Hat and Red Hat OpenShift can help facilitate communication between team members.
    - How Open Innovation Labs provide an environment for Red Hat customers to experience the unique advantages of a DevOps culture.
  • Container-Driven Continuous Delivery: Maximizing your Application Pipeline
    Container-Driven Continuous Delivery: Maximizing your Application Pipeline Red Hat Recorded: Jul 18 2017 38 mins
    In order for businesses to stay agile, developers must be able to deploy applications quickly, efficiently, and in a streamlined manner. Creating automated continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipelines is a widely accepted process to accelerate the release process, and is critical to success in adopting OpenShift.

    But, what should a minimal viable pipeline have? What does a good pipeline look like? What are the right tools for building a pipeline? In this interactive session, we’ll look to answer these questions so you’ll walk away with an understanding of how to create container-driven continuous delivery that works for your organization.
  • Applying 12 Factor rules to your Microservices
    Applying 12 Factor rules to your Microservices Vikas Grover, Solutions Architect & Veer Muchandi, Principal Architect Recorded: Jul 14 2017 64 mins
    Are you on your journey to move to the Cloud? Are you taking the necessary steps to make your applications cloud-ready? Do you have a methodology to provide guidance for cloud application development? Do you have right tools and technologies to support your methodology?
    Red Hat invites you to a web session on applying the 12 factor apps principles to your application development.

    12 Factor Apps is a methodology that outlines best practices guiding application developers on how to build cloud native applications.

    In this session, we will highlight the 12 factors and how each rule is applied with container technologies. During the discussion you'll learn:

    - What are the 12 Factors?
    - How to implement 12 Factors in your app without getting overwhelmed
    - How to be cloud agnostic without even writing a line of code
    - How to go beyond the 12 factors

    Who Should attend this event?
    Architects and Developers building microservices/ Application as a Service (AaaS).
    Ops engineers who deploy or manage such applications.
  • Defining Operational Roles with Containers and DevOps
    Defining Operational Roles with Containers and DevOps Red Hat Recorded: Jul 13 2017 48 mins
    Application container platforms have provided a new category of enterprise software, offering more powerful technology for developing and delivering applications. However, realizing the true benefits of containers requires carefully defined operational roles, adaptable IT teams and processes.

    In this interactive session, we’ll focus on mapping various roles and responsibilities from traditional server environments to a container-based environment while maintaining operational controls, governance and security. Join us to learn more about what shifting from a traditional IT infrastructure to a more DevOps-focused environment means for your organization, on-prem and in the cloud.
  • A Container Platform Approach to Digital Transformation and DevOps
    A Container Platform Approach to Digital Transformation and DevOps Brian Gracely, Direcctor of Product Strategy, OpenShift, Red Hat and Chris Houseknecht, Principal Software Engineer, Ansible Recorded: Jul 11 2017 41 mins
    In order to be prepared for the changes needed in a Digital Transformation, every company will need to evolve their technology, their organization model and their processes for interactions between people and technology. In this session, learn how composable container management platforms, such as Red Hat OpenShift, can provide the framework to enable successful change in all three of those areas.

    Attendees will learn how to leverage platform technology to securely deploy applications across any cloud, reduce the time to build|test|run new and existing applications, and how both Developers and Operations teams gain greater visibility into the processes that will increase profitability for the business.
  • Performance Testing of Business Process Management Platforms: Vizuri Case Study
    Performance Testing of Business Process Management Platforms: Vizuri Case Study Kenneth Spokas, Technical Director, Vizuri & Phil Simpson, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat Recorded: May 25 2017 53 mins
    Assessing performance of a general and flexible business process management (BPM) products and solutions is challenging. It's notoriously difficult to assess, measure, and accurately predict how a product or solution will scale under normal use and load. Each user's unique business requirements and specific implementation design must be taken into account.

    Red Hat has partnered with Vizuri, an IT consulting firm, to provide you with a performance test tool for any BPM framework or process server. The BPM performance test tool can be used to model and assess many different scenarios simulating a set of reusable resources. The results will be a uniform performance evaluation that accounts for as much end-user process design and implementation variability as feasible.

    Join this webcast to learn more about this tool through a case study on Red Hat® JBoss® BPM Suite.
  • Application & Middleware Services in a Container Environment
    Application & Middleware Services in a Container Environment James Falkner, Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat Recorded: May 23 2017 64 mins
    Developers must often build and deploy applications that rely on isolated products. Instead of focusing on development, they find themselves worrying about the deployment and management of underlying services, as well as the configuration of historically error-prone areas like clustering, resource constraint tuning, and software updates.

    Red Hat addresses this challenge by making its middleware portfolio available as containerized services, transforming them from isolated products to integrated application services running in a managed container environment.

    Join this webcast to learn how to quickly and easily build a wide range of application types using Red Hat® JBoss® Middleware as containerized services on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
  • How Mobile & Low-Code AppDev Aid Agile Business Process Management
    How Mobile & Low-Code AppDev Aid Agile Business Process Management Steve O'Keefe, Product Marketing Director, Mobile Application Platform, Red Hat Recorded: May 18 2017 36 mins
    Process-oriented mobile applications have the power to transform the way organizations approach digital business. To get these apps to market fast and adapt them on the fly, low-code development tools and approaches are necessary to take the burden off IT and let the business self-serve via the citizen developer.

    Watch this webcast to learn about:
    - Why digital business places new demands on process-oriented mobile applications.
    - Agile business automation—the intersection of mobile, business process management (BPM), and low code.
    - 3 mobile and BPM use cases from the field: Field workforce management, asset management, and self-service applications.
  • DevOps with Apache Spark: Building Insightful Applications in the Cloud
    DevOps with Apache Spark: Building Insightful Applications in the Cloud Michael McCune Software developer, Red Hat Recorded: May 16 2017 45 mins
    Data-driven applications in the cloud often consist of several components that must ingest, process, and publish their data to users. Deploying and integrating it all on a bare-metal or virtual platform can prove difficult for any organization. Orchestrating and assembling these components on a cloud platform presents a new set of challenges to engineers, operators, and data scientists.

    However, by combining Apache Spark's deployment methodology with Kubernetes' proven capability for repeatable integration patterns, it’s easy to create insightful analytics applications. Watch this webcast featuring a case study of an Apache Spark-based, data-driven application developed by a distributed team and deployed onto a containerized cloud platform.
  • Keeping up with Containers, Microservices and Open-Source Architectures
    Keeping up with Containers, Microservices and Open-Source Architectures Christian Posta, Principal Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Apr 19 2017 48 mins
    Innovation is difficult because it starts by admitting you don't have all the answers. How do we innovate? How do we provide value to our customers more effectively? By asking lots of questions and figuring out the right questions to ask. Only when we're able to build a way to cheaply run lots of experiments and learn from those results are we able to innovate.

    Microservices has emerged as an approach to building the technology architecture foundations for moving fast and learning. In this talk we look at how a microservices architecture with complementary technology are helping our customers succeed in their mission to innovate and bring more value to their customers.


    About the presenter:
    Christian Posta (@christianposta) is a Principal Architect at Red Hat and well known in the community for being an author (Microservices for Java Developers, O’Reilly 2016), frequent blogger (blog.christianposta.com), speaker, open-source enthusiast and committer on open-source projects. Christian has spent time at web-scale companies and now helps companies create and deploy large-scale, resilient, distributed architectures - many of what we now call Microservices. He enjoys mentoring, training and leading teams to be successful with distributed systems concepts, microservices, devops, and cloud-native application design.

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