The usual approach to beginning business transformation lies with the cloud, and the benefits of a hybrid cloud are clear and uncontested. So why is it that so many enterprises struggle to adopt this exceedingly prevalent technology? Historically, the problem has been an exclusive focus on the tools instead of the people using the tools.
In this webinar, we we'll discuss why it's imperative in today’s IT landscape to keep the end user as your primary focus when designing and implementing your hybrid cloud.
•How to build your cloud incrementally to accommodate future fixes and enhancements.
•Why you need to consider your existing policies and procedures when defining your new cloud experience.
•How to iteratively design and implement a successful hybrid cloud experience.
Cameron Wyatt, Consulting Architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat
Ian Tewksbury Consulting Architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat
Vikas Grover, Senior Middleware Solution Architect, Red Hat
Application development leaders and IT leaders are struggling to keep pace with business demands. They are now turning towards cloud ready solutions and high productivity tools that are no-code or low-code.
No-code/Low-code platforms are disrupting how application development is done today and creates a new environment for enterprises that forces business and IT collaboration. The challenges in this new environment are different than what exists in traditional development.
This session will introduce you to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and the Red Hat certified container image for the Joget no-code/low-code platform. You will learn how you can accelerate your infrastructure automation with Red Hat OpenShift and accelerate business application buildout with Joget.
Quickly provision and develop your applications using no-code/low-code capabilities and scale as well as secure your application using the underlying Red Hat OpenShift platform. In just a matter of hours you will be able to create business applications using Joget and go from no infrastructure to deploying a functioning application.
About OpenShift: Red Hat OpenShift is the leader in enterprise Kubernetes and allows you to build, deploy and manage your container-based applications consistently across cloud and on-premise infrastructure.
About Joget: Joget is an open source no-code/low-code application platform for faster, simpler digital transformation. Joget combines the best of business process automation, workflow management and rapid application development in a simple, flexible and open platform. Visual and web-based, it empowers non-coders to instantly build and maintain apps anytime, anywhere.
Marius Bogoevici, Principal Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat
Adopting microservices means dealing with the inherent complexity of distributed systems. This session covers: how microservices run and how they communicate, modern RESTful integration with Isitio/Service Mesh, event driven and streaming architectures, and agile integration with microservices, containers and events.
About the speaker:
Marius works as Principal Specialist Solution Architect at Red Hat, acting as trusted advisor to business and engineering leadership for customers in North America on solutions that include Red Hat products, consulting services, and training, and providing technical expertise for pre-sales engagements as product and domain specialist, in the areas of cloud-native application development, enterprise integration and messaging, data streaming and event-driven architecture.
Christina Lin, Technical Marketing Manager for Red Hat Middleware Integration Products, Red Hat
Learn how to build an API-focused agile integration solution using capabilities from traditional integration, messaging to microservices using tools designed to create cloud-based scalable solutions. The session includes live demos of popular open source solutions.
About the speaker:
Christina Lin is the Technical Marketing Manager for Red Hat Middleware Integration Products. She helps to grow market awareness and establish thought leadership for Fuse, AMQ and 3scale. By creating online videos, getting started blogs and also spoke at many conference around the globe. She has worked in software integration for the finance, telecom, and manufacturing industries, mostly architectural design and implementation. These real life system experiences helps her to be practical and combining open source technology, she hopes to bring more innovative ideas for the future system development.
Watch the replay of the Microservices, Containers, APIs and Integration day panel session featuring Red Hat experts and Jeffrey S. Hammond of Forrester Research. The panel discusses their real-time experiences of helping customers implement open source technology, and responds to questions from a live audience. Recorded May 21, 2019 in Chicago, IL.
APIs are the language of collaboration and the foundation to deliver digital services. Learn how APIs enable opportunities like new revenue channels, multi-channel delivery while promoting reusability of enterprise assets with increased focus on agility.
Sameer Parulkar, Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
As Agile practices have revolutionized software engineering in general, they have also changed the way integration is implemented in the enterprise. This session discussions Red Hat's agile integration methodology, an architecture approach based on three capabilities: distributed integration, containers and APIs. Learn how this approach can help you create deliver faster and adaptable services.
About the speaker:
Sameer Parulkar is a Red Hat product marketing manager for Red Hat middleware integration and API management products. He coordinates marketing, evangelism, and product strategy for those products across all regions. Sameer has about 18 years of experience in the IT industry with roles like developer, technical architect, and product marketing—primarily supporting integration middleware technologies.
Jeffrey S. Hammond, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Open remarks from Red Hat's Microservices, Containers, API's an Interation Day. Filmed 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.
It’s no secret that IT leaders have many factors to consider when choosing the right infrastructure for the business. Organizations are often bogged down by security policies, budgets, and compliance requirements, as well as expanding workloads that require additional support. Private infrastructure is often considered when businesses inevitably reach the limits of their hard-wired and virtual infrastructures. But, implementing a private cloud infrastructure can be a daunting task.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the keys to successfully embarking on a private cloud journey and the benefits of creating a secure, modern infrastructure.
Topics in this session include:
•How organizations are using existing services and resources while transitioning to the cloud.
•How you can use infrastructure-as-code concepts to provide self-service and automation for increased productivity and agility while reducing costs.
•What a typical private and hybrid cloud journey looks like and how it might modify your organization IT’s landscape.
Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, Sr Principal Consulting Architect, Red Hat
Stephane Lefrere, Director, Cloud Infrastructure Practice, Red Hat
Matt Nolan Senior Cloud Architect, Red Hat and Stephane Lefrere Director, cloud Infrastructure Practice, Red Hat
One of the most pressing questions enterprises have is: “Should we move to the cloud or stay on-premise?” For many, the answer is a blend of both. Determining your organization’s cloud strategy can be complex. Important considerations must be made about security and compliance requirements, balancing the needs of developers, and the existing infrastructure implementations.
In this webinar, we’ll identify multiple considerations you’ll face when you start thinking about your cloud strategy, and we'll walk through managing those critical choices.
We’ll cover how to:
•Evaluate the best mix of private and public cloud options for your business.
•Prioritize services for your developers and end users.
•Identify new approaches to freedom of choice, mobility, and accelerating service delivery.
•Define a cloud strategy that accelerates delivering new applications and innovative solutions.
Matt Nolan Senior Cloud Architect, Red Hat and Julio Villarreal Pelegrino Sr. Principal Consulting Architect, Red Hat
Once a cloud strategy is established, the next step is to put everything together in a way that delivers scalability, flexibility, and efficiency. This involves identifying your most common private cloud use cases and applying example architectures to meet those use cases.
Open management frameworks allow you to securely deliver any application to any cloud or virtual infrastructure. And an enterprise automation framework lets organizations simplify the delivery of complex services and manage them more efficiently.
In this webinar, we’ll detail critical steps in deploying infrastructure and management platforms that allow you to operate more efficiently and accelerate service delivery. We’ll cover how to:
•Choose the right platforms for your business.
•Identify your business objectives and map them to appropriate technologies.
•Define the processes and services that can be automated.
•Start small and scale quickly.
Sadhana Nandakumar, Specialist Solutions Architect Red Hat
The Wall Street Journal reports that in 2014, US and European banks paid nearly $65 billion in penalties and fines, some of which are penalties directly tied to ineffective complaints reporting and management. Financial regulatory laws strictly govern the handling of complaints in banks and other financial institutions, and they are held responsible for poor complaints handling and lack of transparency. This is the prime reason why banks must monitor, analyze, and manage the customer experience.
This presentation and demonstration shows how Red Hat technologies can be used to implement a Case Management system that handles both the typical and the unexpected cases using Red Hat Decision Manager, Red Hat Process Automation Manager, Red Hat Fuse and OpenShift in a efficient, manageable and extensible manner.
Manfred Bortenschlager, Red Hat and Luca Ferrari, Red Hat
Communications service providers face many challenges due to increasing costs, eroding revenues, and decreasing efficiency—especially with operations support systems (OSS) and business support systems (BSS).
Red Hat application programming interface (API)-centric agile integration solutions can help communications service providers increase agility, innovation, and revenue.
This webinar will review how communications service providers can use the Red Hat agile integration solution, which includes API management, integration services, and containers, on higher layers of their technology stack. These use cases will also be discussed:
- API-centric internal integration
- Asset monetization with API management
Manfred Bortenschlager, Business Development Manager, Red Hat
Luca Ferrari, EMEA Solution Architect, Red Hat
Justin Goldsmith Senior Architect, Financial Services Consulting, Red Hat
Recent public breaches highlight the importance of a security strategy that extends beyond the network perimeter. Applications developed and maintained without security in mind present a likely entry point for malicious attackers. Preventive measures should be taken to reduce vulnerabilities that can avoid zero-day attacks. As organizations adopt containers, an automated approach to security, testing, and application development is needed to increase productivity and reduce risk.
During this session, we’ll discuss how Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform and Red Hat Quay can:
•Integrate security monitoring software into continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines for containerized applications.
•Help you understand what's in your containers and where they come from, which is vital to maintain security and quickly remediate workloads.
•Ensure the validity of images with signing.
•Enhance open source library security, in true DevSecOps fashion, and establish a security-first mindset for application development.
James Falkner, Senior Principal Product marketing Manager, Middleware, Red Hat
"Reactive” is a loaded word. Reactive programming, reactive software, messaging, spreadsheets, scalability, events, the list continues. What does it all mean and how does it fit together? This webinar will showcase the new Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform and Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes bundle in the context of reactive systems development.
-What a reactive landscape looks like
-How to be reactive to form truly distributed systems, not just reactive programming
-Red Hat technologies that support reactive systems: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, Red Hat Data Grid, and Red Hat AMQ A demo of a reactive architecture
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