Accelerate Your Innovation Journey By Leveraging Containers
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.
RecordedApr 24 201947 mins
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Making operations more efficient is key to customer satisfaction internally and externally. While there are different approaches to making operations better, getting started can often be a daunting process.
In this webinar, learn:
•A foundational approach to streamline processes.
•Tips for evaluating, prioritising, and modernising operations.
•How to break down barriers between the front office and back office.
•Register now and start to generate net new operational efficiencies that decrease servicing friction.
Justin Goldsmith, Senior Architect, Red Hat
Sal Elrahal, Senior Architect, Red Hat
Clinical decision support (CDS) is a top priority for many healthcare organizations, but it can be challenging to implement a solution that pulls together the massive amount of patient data available for actionable insights or at the point of care. Development and access to suggestions and reports must also be configurable by the clinician or caregiver with little or no intervention from the organization's IT department.
The clinical decision support engine, developed by Vipul Kashyap, can help identify clinical conditions along with their attributes (e.g., stage), and estimate risk factors (e.g., of readmission). The system, built on an open source architecture from Red Hat, uses decision model and notation (DMN), which enables clinical informaticists and business analysts to specify requirements and create executable CDS models.
Join our webinar where we’ll discuss:
•What open source CDS is and why it’s important.
•Challenges with other CDS tools.
•Best practices for developing and customizing recommendations for CDS.
•Achieving successful adoption rates.
Vipul Kashyap, director, informatics and information architecture, Red Hat
Atif Chaughtai, chief technologist, Red Hat
Have you ever built a working application that automates a business process? Now's your chance to try it hands-on. In this workshop, we’ll take you through the steps required to build a simple application based on a real-world use case: automating the handling of credit card disputes.
We’ll use Red Hat® Process Automation Manager, a leading business process management (BPM) platform. Bring your laptop (no software installation required), and you’ll see how to get started with process modeling, decision modeling, and deploying your finished application to the cloud.
• How to create models of business processes and decisions using standard notations such as BPMN.
• How to convert models into fully working applications with Red Hat Process Automation Manager.
Myriam Fentanes, Principal technical marketing manager, Business Automation, Red Hat
Phil Simpson, Senior principal product marketing manager, Red Hat
Organizations often face challenges related to provisioning and managing virtual resources. Fulfilling new service requests requires long, manual processes that consume excessive time and resources. In addition, ongoing management requires IT personnel to commit the majority of their time on management tasks that offer little differentiating value to the business.
Without consistent processes and standards in place, bottlenecks result from disparate approvals and human error. A provisioning, management, and retirement strategy, in combination with workflow automation and continuous integration and continuous delivery, is critical to ensure accuracy of the service request process, improve agility, and accelerate time to market.
Lynn Dixon, senior cloud consultant, Management Practice, Red Hat
Dustin Scott, managing architect, Red Hat Consulting Cloud Management Practice
Jarryd Novotni, senior cloud consultant, Management Practice, Red Hat
Hospital and acute-care facility staff view clinical decision support (CDS) tools as a chief ingredient in improving patient care, despite dissatisfaction with their current solution. That’s according to a recent survey of clinicians and healthcare IT and business professionals conducted by HIMSS Media.
Join our webinar to take a deeper dive into the research and solutions that healthcare organizations are using today to achieve success and satisfaction in CDS, including the role of open-source software to obtain the desired capabilities.
- Current state of Clinical Decision Support tools usage and satisfaction
- Overcoming usage barriers
Atif Chaughtai Chief Technologist, Healthcare North America Red Hat
Janet King Sr. Director, Market Insights HIMSS Media
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.
Phil Simpson, Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Business rules engines have been around for several decades and do important work at many organizations. The idea that business people could encode business policies in the form of rules that could then be used to automate business decisions was revolutionary at the time and has led to much greater efficiency and consistency in business operations. But as we look forward to a more digital future, new technologies such as AI/ML, RPA, and the Cloud are once again changing the way we approach business automation, and redefining what's possible to automate. In this session Red Hat's Phil Simpson will review some of these critical changes, and how they will impact the roles of developers and business people as we build the next generation of applications.
The session was previously recorded during the Application Architecture Summit: Integration Developer News (July 2019)
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.
Kubernetes scales and manages stateless applications easily. Stateful applications require more work. Databases, caching systems, and file stores are harder to dynamically manage with data intact, and they often come with their own notion of clustering. Operators are Kubernetes agents that automatically deploy, scale, manage, back up, and even upgrade complex, stateful applications.
This technical webinar will provide an update on the Operator pattern from Red Hat—adopted by many community projects like Rook, Prometheus, and others—and supported by a Framework and software development kit (SDK) that make it easier to automate your applications.
Scott McCarty, Product Manager, Red Hat & Ben Breard, Product Manager, Red Hat
"Everyone knows that building containers is easy. Or is it? Have you ever wondered if it’s too easy? Are you following all the “best practices?” Which ones are relevant? What about security considerations?
In this session, we’ll look at several strategies and provide recommendations for creating container images that can be confidently deployed in production environments. "
Lucy Kerner Security Global Technical Evangelist and Strategist, Red Hat
Maintaining visibility, control, and security, and ensuring governance and compliance remains paramount. But it becomes more difficult and time consuming in a hybrid infrastructure consisting of physical, virtual, cloud, and container environments. Also, it's becoming more and more challenging for security teams to examine and respond to the growing number of security alerts coming in from the increasing number of security tools in their security operations center. (This is a replay from Red Hat Summit)
Andre Lee Rubinger, Software Engineering Manager, Red Hat
This session explains how Red Hat fixed cloud application creation. We'll introduce a simple, yet comprehensive, way to build and deploy new applications on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform in under 5 minutes. We'll demystify common appdev tasks on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform by uncovering the basics tenants. Join this session to:
- Create a new modern, front-end application, built with NPM/Yarn and served as static files.
- Provision a new database or messaging system.
- Share authentication information between application code and connected services.
Come ready to dig under the covers and start to learn the cloud development concepts behind our simplified getting started flows.
Eric Schabell, global technology evangelist director, Red Hat
The hype about cloud computing is present daily. From cloud to hybrid cloud to hybrid multicloud, businesses hear that this technology is the way to ensure their digital future. As they ponder choices about cloud environments, businesses must continue the daily work of enhancing the customer experience and improving the agile delivery of applications.
In this webinar, we’ll use real customer experiences to highlight the top 3 lessons those customers learned as they transitioned to hybrid multicloud environments. We’ll look closely at:
- What hybrid multicloud means for your business.
- Decisions that affect application delivery.
- How to deal with legacy applications, likely the most important resources to your business.
Mike Barret, Rob Szumski, Marc Curry, Brian "Redbeard" Harrington and Tushar Katari - Red Hat
Come to this session to see what it OpenShift means to you. What are the technology enhancements in 2019 and into 2020 that will change the way we think about compute, development, and how we best use these technologies on-premise and in public clouds. In a first look, we'll demonstrate new features and explain where we're taking Red Hat OpenShift and why. Don't miss this session!
Mike Barret, Director of Product Management, Red Hat
Rob Szumski, Product Manager, Red Hat
Marc Curry, Senior Principal OpenShift Product Manager, Container Infrastructure, Red Hat
Brian "Redbeard" Harrington, Principal Product Manager, Red Hat
Tushar Katari, OpenShift Product Manager, Red Hat
Irshad Raihan, Director Product Marketing, Red Hat & Annie Potvin, Sr Manager, Portfolio Programs Product Marketing, Red Hat
Hybrid cloud has become increasingly popular. But what exactly qualifies as a hybrid cloud? What applications can benefit from a hybrid cloud approach? How do application and workload portability impact business agility? What customer successes has Red Hat had through their solutions and consulting portfolio?
Join this session to hear industry experts discuss 5 keys to their open hybrid cloud success.
Brian Gracely, Director Product Strategy, OpenShift, Red Hat
Successful companies are measuring success from "idea to execution" in weeks and months. Getting there means navigating nearly unlimited technical choices, for both application and operations teams. Learn how leading companies are making the right choices for their Hybrid Cloud, to drive new market opportunities and greater business success.
Brian Gracely (@bgracely) is Director of Product Strategy at Red Hat, focused on OpenShift. He brings 20+ years of experience in Strategy, Product Management, Systems Engineering, Marketing and M&A. He is recognized as an industry thought-leader in Cloud Computing and DevOps, as well as being co-host of the award-winning podcast, The Cloudcast (@thecloudcastnet) and weekly Kubernetes podcast @PodCTL.
Jeffrey S. Hammond, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Jeffrey S. Hammond, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research discusses the importance of agile integration in digital transformation initiatives. Recorded during Red Hat's Microservices, Containers, API's an Integration Day on May 21, 2019 in Chicago, IL.
About the speaker:
Jeffrey helps CIOs and digital leaders succeed by working with them to improve their software delivery capability and by helping them assess the relevance of emerging software technologies. As a 25-plus-year software industry veteran, he's helped clients improve their development shop culture, apply Agile and continuous delivery best practices, and build successful developer ecosystems.
Phil Simpson Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat Prakasha Aradhya Director of Product Management, Red Hat
Business process automation technology is rapidly emerging as a key to success in digital transformation projects. Automation is no longer just a set of business operations workflow items. A collaborative convergence of analytics, artificial intelligence or machine learning (AI/ML), robotic process automation (RPA), low-code development, etc. is changing the marketplace. Businesses are recognizing the value of this unified view in automating operations and decisions to improve the efficiency and agility of business operations—and thereby competitiveness and the bottom line.
Join us for this session, where we'll explore:
-Exploiting data analytics to make well informed decisions.
-Building intelligent, context-sensitive applications.
Sameer Parulkar, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat Sameer Parulkar is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Red Hat
The need for competitive advantage has driven organizations towards cloud computing, agile programming, and the move toward DevOps unification; and, it’s forced the modernization of IT architecture using innovative technologies such as containers, microservices, and artificial intelligence.
But unintended consequences now burden organizations with disaggregated IT infrastructure composed of redundant data centers, multi-clouds, managed services, edge computing, devices, and things. To cope, business and IT leaders must conceptualize new agile means to integrate workloads across highly distributed and disparate hybrid multi-cloud architecture.
During this webcast we discuss:
- the fundamental elements of strategic analysis and techniques needed to create new competitive advantage
- how to identify the essential technologies needed for the modern digital business
- how next-generation hybrid integration platforms can support strategic and transformative initiatives
- how some customers have embarked on this journey and their learnings
- the strategy and practices needed to enable and deploy agile integration in the hybrid multi-cloud era
Antonio Valle Gutierrez Global Head of BPM Architecture at BBVA
Business processes touch every aspect of the way an organization runs. Therefore, business process automation cannot be an isolated environment. BPM can be a compelling part of a larger strategy, where business leaders can create the rules to achieve new innovation and business objectives.
At BBVA, we have created a new global process automation platform, building on new technological trends, which allows both our business teams and our developers to focus on the needs of our customers. This session will cover:
• How we integrated business goals into our new BPM platform
• How we transformed our process developers
• How we used Red Hat Process Automation Manager to create a new cloud-based BPM platform
• How we defined KPIs for processes optimization
• Some of the challenges and lessons we learned over the course of the project
Take your apps—and business—into the future with Red Hat
Join this channel to learn best practices and insights on how to: containerize existing apps for increased cost efficiency, deliver new cloud-native and process-driven apps using microservice architectures, take an agile approach to integrate APIs and data, and do it all in a culture of collaboration using DevOps best practices.
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