Automating CI/CD Pipelines and Policing Applications
Recent public breaches highlight the importance of a security strategy that extends beyond the network perimeter. As organizations adopt containers, an automated approach to security, testing, and application development is needed to increase productivity and reduce risk.
In this webcast, you'll learn how Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform can be used to:
- Integrate security monitoring software into CI/CD pipelines for containerized applications.
- Know what's in your containers and where they come from, which is vital to secure and quickly remediate workloads.
- Enhance open source library security, in true DevSecOps fashion, and establish a security-first mindset for application development.
RecordedJan 2 201824 mins
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James Falkner Technical marketing manager, Red Hat
Enterprises are transitioning from on-premise, monolithic applications to highly dynamic, polyglot environments using microservices and cloud computing. During this transition, organizations are often left wondering what to do with existing investments in legacy platforms and application development frameworks that are running the business of today but are quickly becoming obsolete in the face of the ongoing digital revolution.
In this webcast, we'll explore how organizations can meet the challenges of modern business using existing applications while at the same time driving new innovation using modern application development technologies like microservices, containers, and hybrid cloud. These techniques can help deliver market innovation faster and with more reliability while minimizing the risk of introducing new technology too quickly.
Brian Gracely Director of Product Strategy, Red Hat
From its early days as a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) to the current evolution as the industry's leading enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform, Red Hat OpenShift has quickly evolved to enable containers, cloud-native applications and open hybrid cloud deployments for companies around the world.
In this webcast, learn how OpenShift is helping developers and operators deploy a broad range applications across multiple cloud environments.
"What is cloud-native development?” And, “How do I transition from a traditional application development approach?” These two questions are often top of mind for developers and IT strategists tasked with aligning existing IT applications and investments more closely with current digital business needs.
In this webcast get answers to these questions and learn about considerations for choosing a cloud-native platform, how to plan for a successful transition, and Red Hat’s approach to cloud-native services.
Cesar Saavedra Senior Principal Technical Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
With the advent of the digital economy, there’s been a variety of agile concepts, technologies, and frameworks, like microservices, that have popped up and gained traction in the market. The Eclipse MicroProfile project is an open source community specification that optimizes Enterprise Java™ for a microservices architecture and delivers application portability across multiple MicroProfile runtimes.
In this webcast, you’ll get an introduction to the background, present, and future of the Eclipse MicroProfile project.
Maureen Fleming Program Vice President, Business Process Management and Middleware, IDC
Enterprises trying to build, migrate, and re-platform applications have many choices about the solution architecture, tools, and deployment locations.
In this webcast, we’ll look at 3 key issues:
- Major cloud adoption trends and how they’ll impact the types of applications you build.
- How organizations manage integration in an era of decentralized computing.
- Roles that container platforms and microservices play in building and integrating applications.
Jeremy Davis, Red Hat, Principal Solution Architect. Joe Dickman, Vizuri, Executive Vice President
Learn more about key strategies and the newest technologies that will help your organization unlock the potential value of business rule management based application development. Businesses are modernizing their applications and preserving institutional knowledge by implementing rules-as- a-micro- service to enhance agility, generate new sources of income and improve competitiveness.
Please join Red Hat and Vizuri technologists for a best practices discussion on business rules management that will cover:
Future proofing your applications by implementing Rules-as- a-micro-service architecture
How modern application development tools can incorporate business rules and accelerate speed-to- market
How business rule applications can be utilized to generate new revenue sources.
Enhance corporate governance using rules
Customer success story and lessons learned
Who Should Attend: CIO’s, CTO’s, Enterprise Architects, Directors/Managers of Application Development, business analysts and application developers.
Zohaib Khan, Red Hat Modern Application Development Practice Lead, Chris Shelderfer, Red Hat Sr. Middleware Solutions Sales
Over time, every IT portfolio gets bogged down in the chaos of servers, platforms and software built on disparate architectures and aging technology not designed for cloud-native development. Legacy systems slowly eat away at returns, reduce the ability to respond to shifting demands, and limit how quickly companies can scale to meet new market opportunities.
By modernizing the IT landscape you already have you can reboot your portfolio for greater agility, reduced costs and operational excellence, freeing up your time and money to focus on innovation and not implementation.
You will learn how to:
-Proactively increase IT infrastructure performance and agility to meet scaling demands
-Eliminate reliance on legacy systems and associated risks
-Significantly reduce operational cost of IT infrastructure
-Improve enterprise governance and compliance by implementing business rules.
-"Future proof” your applications by incorporating business rules as a microservice.
Kevin Phillips, Sr Middleware Solutions Sales Specialist Larry Castello Sr Middleware Solutions Sales Specialist
The ability to integrate APIs from multiple sources is critical to success. New approaches to enterprise integration, backed by flexible, cloud-ready technologies, are necessary. Agile integration, an architectural approach, combines agile methods and practices with technologies for the purpose of rapidly integrating applications and data.The webcast will present how to achieve an agile application integration environment on your journey to becoming a digital business.
We will discuss:
- How agile integration can benefit your organization and make it more responsive to market demands
- Successful agile application integration approaches
- Best practices for implementing an agile application integration environment
The webcast is intended for system architects and application developers.
Suellen Stroud Red Hat Sr Middleware Solutions Sales Specialist & David Codelli, Red Hat Product Marketing Manager
This webcast will explore modern messaging and the dynamics and trends that can lead to messaging becoming more strategic. Flexible, standards-based messaging are needed with the trends and dynamics of Cloud and Internet of Things (IoT). Simply, messaging has evolved to address highly scalable, cloud-native architectures with the qualities of services expected of enterprise-grade messaging.
- Why is next generation messaging is important to Cloud and IoT?
- Examples of successful, real-time enterprises, connecting information across data, devices, applications and IoT.
- Best Practices for implementing next generation messaging to connect business applications, cloud, devices and IoT
This webcast is intended for application developers, architects and business analysts who are interested in connecting information across a diverse environment.
Burr Sutter, Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat
Feeling bludgeoned by bullhorn messaging suggesting your monolithic behemoth should be put down (or sliced up) to make way for microservices? Without question, 'unicorn-style' microservices are the super-nova-hot flavor of the day, but what if teaching your tried and true monolith to be a nimble, fast-dancing elephant meant you could deploy every week versus every 6 to 9 months?
For most enterprises, weekly deployments (or something close) would fundamentally transform not only operations and business results, but also the inherent value of developers willing to step up to lead the dance lessons.
See beyond the hype to understand the deployment model your business case actually demands, and if weekly deployments courtesy of a dancing (or flying!) elephant fit the bill, love the one you're with as you lead the organization's journey to digital transformation!
James Falkner Technical marketing manager, Red Hat
Modern application development and maintenance using microservices architecture, containerized infrastructure, and DevOps principles is much more effective than legacy methods.
In this webinar learn how to modernize an existing legacy application to a modern platform like WildFly Swarm on Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform, using modern development processes with pipeline development.
Tobias Hartwig, Regional product manager EMEA, Red Hat
IT organizations that rely on legacy platforms and traditional development processes struggle to innovate and keep up with competitive pressures and the high rate of change demanded by customers. Application and infrastructure modernization is needed and while many organizations are interested in making this change, they often find themselves asking, “Where and how do we begin?”
In this webinar we’ll share best practices from successful IT modernization and migration projects to help you get started on your digital transformation journey. Topics include:
- Analyzing large-scale application portfolios for modernization opportunities.
- Modernizing existing applications with containers, CI/CD, and DevOps principles.
- Creating a business case.
- Structuring transformation project teams.
- A proven methodology for migrations.
Massive changes in healthcare delivery, regulation, and payment make connectivity and integration more important than ever. Collaboration can be among patients and doctors, among hospital staff, and among hospitals and other healthcare organizations—including insurance companies. APIs are a great tool in facilitating this collaboration.
Join this webinar to learn about Red Hat® integration technologies that provide healthcare business value beyond integration and API engines to support value-based and patient-centered care, healthcare Internet of Things (IoT), and other emerging healthcare goals.
• How integrated, open source offerings can provide seamless, intelligent, and transformative interoperability.
• How APIs can facilitate collaboration.
• How APIs support digital services in healthcare.
• The highlights of Red Hat JBoss® Fuse, Red Hat 3scale API Management Platform, and related technologies.
• How this unique approach helps meet the pressing interoperability requirements in healthcare with flexible deployment options.
• How Red Hat customers are using this technology now.
Kenneth Spokas, Technical Director, Vizuri & Phil Simpson, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
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.
James Falkner, Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat
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.
Steve O'Keefe, Product Marketing Director, Mobile Application Platform, Red Hat
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.
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.
Steve Willmott, Sr. Director and Head of API Infrastructure at Red Hat
APIs, integration, containers and a range of other technologies are all creating new opportunities to retool enterprise IT. However, using these new tools to forge a coherent platform strategy that is flexible yet robust remains as tough as ever. In this webinar Steve Willmott, Sr. Director and Head of API Infrastructure at Red Hat, discusses how to address the platform challenge using key insights from real-world customer examples.
Manfred Bortenschlager, Director, API Market Development; Sameer Parulkar, Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
APIs can improve your collaboration with customers, suppliers, and partners and allow you to engage with them in new ways. Just as open source has energized API development, APIs have energized the pace of finding new and interesting ways of getting products to customers.
Watch this webcast to learn about:
- The importance of building a customer and partner ecosystem.
- How APIs help build that customer and partner ecosystem.
- Examples of how companies are actually building ecosystems through the use of APIs.
Duncan Doyle, Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Being able to create and easily re-define business rules is a competitive advantage in today's quickly-changing environment. Business rules are at the heart of every organization’s operations. They define the laws and regulations to which the organization is bound, they drive business process decisions, and they determine pricing of products and services.
Microservices modularize monoliths into small services with open and standard interfaces that can be individually implemented, deployed and scaled. Containers provide the environment where microservices operate (OS, runtime, libraries, configuration).
Join this webinar to see how Red Hat® JBoss® BRMS and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform:
- Help you quickly extract documented or implicit business rules and explicitly define them with a standard and centrally managed rules language.
- Let you package those explicitly defined rules into containers and deploy them as microservices.
Red Hat JBoss Middleware transformat your costly, hard-to-manage application infrastructure into one that is truly dynamic across multiple environments. That's why thousands of customers around the globe - large and small, in early every vertical - trust Red Hat JBoss Middleware.