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Microservices Day Atlanta 2019: Afternoon Session

Join industry experts with in depth of knowledge of the latest microservices implementations. This event is created specifically for developers familiar with open source software or with an interest in the gradual adoption of microservices and the fundamental changes in application development. Hear about the techniques and tools that address the pain points and missteps encountered by early adopters of containers and microservices. At Red Hat’s 3rd annual Microservices Day Atlanta you will:

* Find out which DevOps strategies are required for success
* Learn how to handle data with CQRS
* Discover when, where, and how to fit in Serverless applications
* Review event driven and Reactive application design
* Hear from the experts about the best practices to create front ends for MSA applications

Agenda (all times in ET):
1:00 PM | Lightbend Presentation
2:00 PM | Front Matter: Next Level Front End Deployments on OpenShift
3:00 PM | Strategies, Techniques, and Toolkits for Testing Microservices
4:00 PM | Serverless or Serverfull: Microservices^Functions
Recorded Jan 16 2019 191 mins
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Red Hat Presenters: Lance Ball, Ram Maddali, Rafael Benevides - Hugh McKee, Lightbend
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  • How to Leverage Agile Integration to Reinvent Competitive Advantage Apr 30 2019 6:00 pm UTC 26 mins
    Steven Willmott is a Senior Director and Head of API Infrastructure at Red Hat
    No industry is safe from being disrupted by fast moving new entrants and new opportunities are continuously arising to be taken advantage of by the fastest mover. Businesses need to adapt quickly to being able to react to changing conditions and IT has often been a stumbling block. In this talk we discuss how Agile Integration can turn IT into a powerful asset: not just enable the transformation of technology, but also to align people and processes for success. We’ll cover numerous real world examples and a repeatable blueprint for success.
  • Run Apache Kafka on Kubernetes with Red Hat AMQ streams Apr 25 2019 6:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    David Ingham - Director, Software Engineering, Red Hat. Jakub Scholz, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat.
    Run Apache Kafka on Kubernetes with Red Hat AMQ streams
    With the introduction of the Red Hat® AMQ streams component, you can now use the massive scalability of Apache Kafka on the most advanced container management technology, Kubernetes, using Red Hat OpenShift®.

    The Red Hat AMQ streams component, the newest member of the AMQ messaging platform suite, is a massively scalable, distributed, and high-performance data streaming capability based on the Apache Kafka and Strimzi open source projects. The AMQ streams component provides an event-streaming backbone that allows microservices and other application components to reliably exchange data with extremely high throughput. AMQ streams has a particular focus on using Kafka on Red Hat OpenShift, the open source container application platform based on the Kubernetes container orchestrator.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    -Why Kafka is so frequently used in microservices, Internet of Things (IoT), and event processing.
    -Why Apache Kafka on Red Hat OpenShift is a great match.
    -How Red Hat OpenShift delivers clustering, high availability, and observability to Kafka.
    -How the AMQ streams component serves as an automated Kafka administrator, automating the deployment, management, upgrades, and configuration of a Kafka ecosystem installation.
  • Accelerate Your Innovation Journey By Leveraging Containers Apr 24 2019 6:00 pm UTC 47 mins
    Dave Bartoletti, Vice President and Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
    Accelerate your innovation journey using containers.

    Firms have become more comfortable with containers in the last 3 years and container usage is expected to continue to grow. With growth comes more sophisticated requirements. Containers support configuration management and continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) processes by offering improved flexibility, performance, and security. Open source software has been key in unlocking container and container platform innovation. Firms have learned to use and contribute to open source to reap the rewards of communities.

    In this webinar, Forrester research analyst Dave Bartoletti will share new insights from a March 2018 study into how organizations are using containers, container platforms, and open source to quicken adoption of more enterprise apps. He'll cover:

    How container usage has improved in recent years.
    What the future of containers and container platforms looks like.
    Navigating the performance and security challenges of containers and container platforms.
    How containers can improve customer experience and lower costs.
    How open source can accelerate innovation in your organization.
  • Application platforms as a central component in digital transformation journey Apr 23 2019 6:00 pm UTC 40 mins
    Larry Carvalho, Research Director, PaaS, IDC. Tyler Britten, Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat.
    As businesses in all types of industries are being disrupted by startups, organizations are being challenged to digitally transform themselves. Technology is playing a central role in this transformation, and the demand for applications is increasing to meet transformation goals. Application platforms, which are undergoing a transformation of their own, are playing a central role in accelerating application development.

    Join this webinar to learn about:

    -The evolution of application platforms.
    -How containers are becoming the destination of choice for workloads.
    -How companies are transforming a broad set of existing and new applications.
    -Evolving a culture of greater agility.

    Speakers:

    Larry Carvalho, research director, PaaS, IDC

    Larry Carvalho is research director of IDC's worldwide Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) research practice. He focuses on the Cloud Applications Platform (CAP)-as-a-Service aspect of PaaS and directs research into the component competitive markets of PaaS, including business process management (BPM) PaaS, database PaaS, cloud testing, and integration PaaS. Larry has extensive experience in systems integration and the enterprise software business.

    Tyler Britten, technical marketing manager, OpenShift, Red Hat

    Tyler Britten is a technical marketing manager for Red Hat® OpenShift® and has spent the last 15 years working with container, cloud, virtualization, and infrastructure technologies. Prior to joining Red Hat, he was a technical advocate for Blue Box, an IBM Company, and principal technical marketing manager and vSpecialist at EMC. Tyler has also been a technical consultant for a small infrastructure reseller, a network engineer for a Fortune 1000 company, and a freelance IT consultant for small businesses.
  • Kubernetes is the Platform. Now what? Apr 18 2019 6:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    Brian Gracely, Director of Product Strategy, Red Hat
    In 2017, the industry standardized on Kubernetes on the defacto container scheduler. So what does Kubernetes deliver, and how much more is needed to operate and maintain a container application platform? Learn from Red Hat’s leadership in the Kubernetes community, and many years of OpenShift customer deployments, how to enable an application platform that is built to optimize developer productivity, security and multi-cloud deployments.
  • The path to cloud-native applications Apr 16 2019 6:00 pm UTC 2 mins
    Cesar Saavedra, Senior Principal Technical Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
    As most organizations do not have the luxury of completely rebuilding their technology foundation or immediately adopting new practices and mindsets, they are embracing gradual yet fundamental shifts in culture, processes, and technology to support greater velocity and agility. With software increasingly key to how users engage with businesses and how businesses innovate to stay competitive, the speed of application development and delivery is the new digital business imperative. The cloud-native approach describes a way of modernizing existing applications and building new applications based on cloud principles, using services and adopting processes optimized for the agility and automation of cloud computing.

    In this webinar, Red Hat provides an 8-step roadmap to guide your cloud-native application journey. Highlights include:

    -Evolving a DevOps culture and practices.
    -Speeding up existing applications using fast monoliths.
    -Using application services to reduce development times.
    -Choosing the right tool for the right task.
    -Providing self-service, on-demand infrastructure.

    Evolve to a more modular architecture with a cloud-native application strategy that automates your IT and provides continuous delivery and advanced deployment techniques.

    Speaker: Cesar Saavedra, senior principal technical product marketing manager, Red Hat

    Cesar Saavedra, Red Hat senior principal technical product marketing manager, focuses on Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform (EAP), Eclipse MicroProfile, OpenJDK, and Jakarta EE. He manages the technical marketing for application development middleware solutions and works closely with engineering and product management on thought leadership. Cesar has authored whitepapers and blog posts and has been a conference and webinar presenter to customers and partners. Before joining Red Hat, he worked at IBM, Oracle, BEA Systems, TIBCO, Lucent Technologies, and AT&T Bell Laboratories.
  • A data-driven blueprint for accelerating DevOps and agile practices Apr 16 2019 3:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    Stephen Elliot, Program Vice President, Management Software and DevOps, IDC. Syed Rasheed Solution Marketing Manager, Red Hat
    DevOps practices deliver speed and reliability improvements for sustainable competitive advantages. Foundational DevOps practices include the use of agile development, continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD), and cloud platforms that increase the automation and security of software delivery practices to deliver business outcomes.

    In December 2017, IDC conducted a global study commissioned by Red Hat to assess strategies and spending related to enterprise DevOps, the use of containers and container orchestration products such as Kubernetes, and related topics such as continuous integration and agile software development.

    In this webinar, we’ll examine the study and discuss topics such as:
    -How DevOps practices help improve speed and reliability to deliver sustainable competitive advantages.
    -Pressures that IT infrastructure and operations teams face to meet the increasing speed of application development and deployment from DevOps teams.
    -The role DevOps plays in increasing the security of applications.
    -Frequency of agile development practices used for workloads today.
  • Develop cloud-native microservices using Apache Camel Apr 11 2019 3:00 pm UTC 65 mins
    Claus Ibsen, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
    Apache Camel has fundamentally changed the way enterprise Java™ developers think about system-to-system integration by making enterprise integration patterns (EIP) a simple declaration in a lightweight application—wrapped and delivered as a single JAR.

    In this webinar, we’ll show you how to bring EIP best practices to containers running on top of Kubernetes and deployed as Spring Boot microservices, which are both cloud-native and cloud-portable. We'll discuss:

    - How building and designing cloud-native microservices impacts the way we develop.
    - How to build distributed and fault-tolerant microservices.
    - The upcoming Camel 3.0 release, which includes serverless capabilities via Camel K.
  • How to find business value through Cloud Native Development Apr 10 2019 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Syed Rasheed, Director Portfolio Solution Marketing, Red Hat
    Every industry is realizing that the business experience is now software-centric and applications are becoming one of the primary means with which companies engage customers and partners.

    We now have access to the same technology that the large internet companies pioneered and used to their advantage to dominate their respective markets. What challenges arise when we start building applications to take advantage of this new technology?

    With all the hype about moving to the cloud, the reality remains that no one-size-fit-all solution exists for running enterprise application workloads due to legacy complexity, data, and security concerns. So how do CIOs navigate the technology options that allow organizations to run any application workload on any cloud?

    Attendees will gain a better understanding of the following:
    - What cloud-native application development means and how to deliver better software faster to create better business outcomes
    - How to choose the right application services and runtime for your workload
    - How to use the Red Hat Cloud Native Stack to build and run applications on any cloud
  • Next-Gen Cloud & DevOps Automation: 2020 and Beyond Apr 9 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Robert Starmer, Tarak Modi, Bala Kalavala, Syed Rasheed
    Kubernetes, microservices, AI and machine learning have forever changed the traditional enterprise tech stack. As DevOps practices become increasingly more adopted and widely used, automation is imperative for your tech teams and cloud infrastructure to remain scalable and turnkey. Join this live panel discussion with experts in the Cloud, IT Infrastructure and DevOps communities as they discuss these and other major trends, and what to look out for in the coming years.

    Topics include:
    - How to accelerate software delivery in the era of automation and composable infrastructure
    - Infrastructure as code and changing organizational design
    - How to properly set up your DevOps automation and see big cloud cost savings
    - The future of DevOps in the cloud and real life use cases for applications and machine learning

    Moderator: Robert Starmer, Cloud Advisor & Founding Partner, Kumulus Technologies
    Panelists: Tarak Modi, CTO, TekNirvana, Bala Kalavala, Founder & CIO, Adiya Inc., Syed Rasheed, Director of Portolio Solution, Red Hat
  • Mastering the API life cycle in an agile world Mar 26 2019 6:00 pm UTC 36 mins
    Nicolas Masse, Technical Marketing Manager for API management, Red Hat. David Codelli Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
    Investment in application programming interface (API) management software increased by an average of 44% from 2012 to 2017, according to IDC.1 This growth reflects the tremendous importance of APIs to today’s businesses. While opening up digital assets promises new opportunities, companies must develop new processes to ensure that APIs are built efficiently and securely.

    This session will cover Red Hat’s approach for API development. We’ll discuss how to:

    - Use mocking to speed up and break dependencies.
    - Use a contract-first approach for defining tests that will harden your implementation.
    - Protect exposed APIs through a management gateway.
    - Manage deliveries using a continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline.
  • Business Process Automation, Decision Support and Modern Application Development Recorded: Feb 26 2019 62 mins
    Prakasha Aradhya, Product Management Director, Red Hat
    Digital transformation projects present many technological and organizational challenges. A key challenge is developing modern, cloud-native applications that connect customers directly using automated business processes and decisions. Creating these applications requires a radical change in how software is built—moving away from traditional, IT-led software development to a process that lets both developers and business experts contribute directly to application logic. Please join us as Prakasha Aradhya, Red Hat Senior Product Manager, will discuss how Red Hat® business rules and process automation solutions help business users and developers collaborate as equal partners to create modern applications.
  • How to Derive Business Value with Rules Recorded: Feb 19 2019 56 mins
    Fred Dri, Application Platform Sales Specialist, Red Hat. Anand Akella, Senior Middleware Solutions Architect, Red Hat.
    A common challenge for organizations is how to derive direct, tangible business value as a result of a cohesive rules strategy.

    Please join Fred and Anand to learn about successful use cases that quickly showed benefits for cost savings, business acceleration, and overall simplification of business processes with rules solutions from Red Hat.
  • Extending Agile Integration Platform w/ Identity/Data Mgmt & Process Automation Recorded: Feb 14 2019 26 mins
    Luca Ferrari, Solution Architect for API management, Red Hat
    The advantages of using an Agile Integration framework don't stop at the fundamental building blocks (API Management, Distributed Integration, PaaS). This kind of framework is not isolated from the rest of the architecture.

    In this session we will show how we can integrate also end users authentication and authorization, integrate various data sources and manage processes around getting access to the exposed services.
  • How to create a Banking Platform Business Model with Agile Integration Recorded: Feb 13 2019 28 mins
    Manfred Bortenschlager, Business Development Manager and API Specialist, Red Hat
    In today’s changing financial services industry landscape, there are new and challenging reasons why providers and banks should be aware of the competition and put their best foot forward. These include new regulations and increased customer demands, especially when it comes to digital banking. In order to have a leg up over the competition, financial service institutions should approach these challenges as opportunities head on with strategic focus, open source, and agile integration. In this talk we address how the principles of Agile Integration can be applied to build a programmable bank and leverage the banking platform business model.
  • How Lufthansa Technik built the digital platform AVIATAR with Agile Integration Recorded: Feb 6 2019 22 mins
    Thorsten Pohl, Platform Architect, AVIATAR
    Airlines around the world are striving to leverage data to further increase the reliability of their fleets. Lufthansa Technik is the largest independent provider of technical services and offers AVIATAR: a neutral platform for digital products. AVIATAR has been created with a vision of control and choice for the customers. Consequently the AVIATAR Team decided to build the platform based on a hybrid cloud ready infrastructure and open source software. In order to support neutrality and openness for all applications airlines want to use, APIs and Integration Technology are key to success. In this talk, you will learn about the overall architecture of AVIATAR and architectural questions and decisions made by the AVIATAR team.
  • Automating Security and Compliance for Hybrid Environments Recorded: Feb 5 2019 36 mins
    Lucy Kerner Global Security Technical Strategist, Evangelist, Red Hat
    Visibility, control, security, and maintaining governance and compliance are all critical for managing your infrastructure. However, these are becoming more difficult and time consuming as your infrastructure evolves to a mix of bare metal, virtual, cloud, and container environments. How can you maintain security, governance, compliance, and reduce risk amid this growing complexity? Red Hat’s automated security and compliance solution gives you the tools -- Red Hat Ansible Automation, Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Insights, and OpenSCAP -- to help you with these challenges.

    In this session, you’ll learn how these Red Hat technologies can help:
    Implement a security and compliance automation workflow, such as provisioning security-compliant hosts and maintaining compliance against industry or custom security profiles by automating audit scans and doing controlled remediations of detected issues.
    Identify and remediate security threats proactively with predictive analytics.
    Implement both infrastructure and security as code.
    Automate patch and configuration management for consistency across your environments.
    Deliver continuous security and monitoring that is centrally managed for your hybrid infrastructure.
  • Ansible Security Automation Recorded: Feb 5 2019 36 mins
    Iftikhar Khan, Sr. Manager Ansible Security and Network Engineering, Red Hat
    Top security vendors refine their security solutions incessantly. A wave of new security startups emerges every year. Venture capital firms and end-user organizations invest more money than ever on potential game-changing security players. Nonetheless, the CISOs capability to defend IT infrastructures keeps deteriorating. Why? The lack of integration is a key reason for the inefficiency of existing security solutions, and an opportunity to do rethink how IT security works. In this presentation, you will learn what problems Red Hat is trying to solve with Ansible Security Automation. You will also see an example of how the solution integrates with multiple enterprise security products to address three typical use cases in IT Security: risk assessment, threat analysis, and incident response.
  • Security Concerns in the Container Runtimes Recorded: Feb 5 2019 50 mins
    Dan Walsh Consulting Engineer, Red Hat
    Explain/demonstrates using Kubernetes with different security features for your container environment

    General Concept

    Run containers without root, period
    Take advantage of all security features the host provides
    Configuring CRI-O:

    Run containers with read-only images
    Limit the Linux capabilities running within your container
    Set up container storage to modify the storage options in a more secure manner
    Configure alternative OCI Runtimes: Kata, Gvisord and Nabla to run locked down containers
    Building images with security in mind.

    Limit packages/attack surface of container images
    Build container images within a locked down kubernetes container
    Advances in User Namespaces

    Demonstrate running each container with a different User Namespace
    Configure system to take advantage of user namespace container separation, without taking a drastic speed hit
  • Securing the New Network with Istio Recorded: Feb 5 2019 36 mins
    Brian “Redbeard” Harrington Product Manager, Red Hat
    The new network is one built on the principals of software defined infrastructure. Istio provides users new capabilities to secure, orchestrate, and monitor application traffic, in many cases transparent to users.
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