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.
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Pim Gaemers System integration specialist, Red Hat
In this presentation we will take you into the customer Journey of an API program. The motives and business drivers behind the API program. The initial MVP stage and the scale-out to a fully production ready setup. Along the journey the implementation of the API Program with various Red Hat technologies is explained as well as the details of moving from an on-premise solution to a hybrid cloud solution to enable a public scale API program.
Steven Willmott Senior Director and Head of API Infrastructure at Red Hat
Modern business requires the ability to roll out functionality to customers and employees faster than ever before, yet still requires extreme reliability in service delivery. While new technologies offer unprecedented opportunities to boost productivity it is rarely possible to make wholesale platform changes and constancy remains critical. In this talk we’ll provide an overview of five key architecture strategies that can boost developer productivity, improve robustness and enable long term evolution of IT environments. The impact of containerization, APIs, next generation integration, process automation and development processes. The talk will also cover a number of examples that show how such application environment flexibility can have a major impact on business outcomes.
Brad Micklea, Developer Tools, Program and Evangelism division at Red Hat
Analyst and market watchers have seen the increasing influence developers have over technology selection choices in enterprises. In fact, developers have been called the "New Kingmakers" by Stephen O'Grady because of their ability to drive adoption of platforms. In this session, you'll learn about the growing influence of developers, what they're focused on today, and how to get the most out of them.
Ken Johnson Senior Director of product management, Middleware, Red Hat
The adoption of public and private clouds is driving changes in application architecture, development and delivery. This in turn requires new practices and IT architecture. All this change presents great opportunity to deliver new solutions at greater speed and agility than before. However these new apps and services need to operate along with your existing IT assets: databases, Software-as-a-Service offerings, packaged/legacy applications to deliver value to your stakeholders.
This session will show how the path to cloud adoption and cloud-native architecture is facilitated through the use of integration, APIs, containerization and agile integration architecture.
Luke Short, Cloud Consultant, Automation Practice, RHCE
As more organizations move to public cloud service providers, they expect the same level of automation and self-service from their datacenters. Ranging from network configuration and provisioning virtual network resources to self-healing networks, network automation is fast becoming a top priority for efficiency and productivity for many organizations.
In this webinar, we’ll offer a framework that shows how network automation can change the way you do business. Using TripleO to deploy an OpenStack® lab environment and Ansible to manage the cloud resources, you’ll learn how to:
•Develop an automation strategy that includes network discovery and configuration auditing.
•Adopt a holistic approach to configuration and workload management.
•Automate new network device provisioning.
•Integrate existing orchestration tools and systems with Red Hat® Ansible Tower.
•Provide a better way for teams to deploy and manage their own workloads.
Increasingly, more organizations are looking to easily build cloud-native applications, deploy them, and manage workloads across a hybrid cloud without sacrificing existing investments. The promise of deploying containers to a hybrid cloud is great—delivering a scalable and workload-driven IT platform with installation integration points that facilitate quick, responsive innovation.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how you can accelerate your journey to hybrid cloud and get the most value from open source technology platforms. We'll cover:
•How using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform can expand the flexibility of Red Hat OpenStack Platform to take full advantage of your cloud infrastructure.
•Integration points, such as load balancers, node scale-out, avoiding double encapsulation, support for containerized development, persistent object and block storage, autoscaling for virtual machines, and bare metal as a potential service for physical servers.
•How Red Hat Consulting can help you more quickly make these components work with a well-rounded adoption program to speed up your journey to hybrid cloud.
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.
Justin Goldsmith: Senior Architect, Financial Services Consulting, Red Hat Andrew Block: Senior Principal Consultant, 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 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.
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
Sunil Gupta, Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration Chair, General Management Program Harvard Business School
Digital transformation is no longer news—it's a necessity.
And the results at many large companies show that it’s also a reality. That’s because large companies in traditional industries have succeeded at digitizing their businesses in truly transformative ways.
John Deere has formed a data-analysis arm to complement its farm-equipment business. Best Buy has transformed its business in the face of Amazon's threat. And Goldman Sachs and many others are using digital technologies to reimagine their businesses.
Harvard Business School professor Sunil Gupta will lead a live, interactive HBR webinar on digital transformation. Gupta, the author Driving Digital Strategy, has studied digital transformation at Fortune 500 companies for over a decade. In this webinar he will:
•Share insights on what works and what doesn't
•Provide an actionable framework for digital transformation
•Discuss how digital strategy affects a firm's business model, value chain, customer relationships, and culture
•Describe best practices and offer case studies illustrating digital success
To ensure that your company is taking full advantage of the limitless opportunities the digital age provides, join us.
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.
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 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.
Erik Jacobs and Jason Dobies, Principal technical marketing managers, Red Hat
Red Hat® OpenShift® 4, the latest release of Red Hat’s enterprise Kubernetes application platform, handles life-cycle management for the entire container stack, with integrated, automated updates for the Linux® operating system, Kubernetes cluster, and application services. The end result is a streamlined, cloud-like platform allowing teams to shift their efforts from configuring and maintaining systems to delivering business value to their customers.
In this session, we'll discuss how:
•Red Hat is bringing automated operations to OpenShift and the applications services running on it by using the Operator Framework.
•Automated operations with Red Hat OpenShift decouple workloads from underlying infrastructure.
•Red Hat OpenShift handles the management of the underlying nodes, allowing the platform to scale rapidly with user needs.
Erik Jacobs, Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat
Jason Dobies, Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat
Enhance open source library security, in true DevSecOps fashion, and establish a security-first mindset for application development.
Kubernetes is an open source project originally developed at Google and now managed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It was established as the de facto open source standard for container orchestration in 2017. For those new to the topic, the number of resources available can be overwhelming.
Join this webinar to learn:
•A brief history of container orchestration.
•What you need to know to get started.
•How Kubernetes has evolved since it was first released in 2015.
•Possible pitfalls to keep in mind as the project progresses.
Patrice Lachance, Technical Advisor, Societe Generale
Société Générale is a leading European financial services groups with operations in 67 countries, more than 147,000 employees, and more than 31 million individual clients, businesses, and institutional investors.
In 2015, Société Générale identified the need to simplify access to collaboration workspaces and technologies during preproject phases to improve innovation. Executives decided in 2016 to sponsor the creation of an open innovation platform project to build and operate the various products defined. Key components of this platform include Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, and Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces.
In this session, we'll discuss how Société Générale built this platform and how it is now used to collaborate with startups, host hackathons, and qualify emerging technologies - like digital trust and ledger technologies, cognitive services, quantum computing, and more.
Steve Speicher OpenShift DevExp Product Manager, Red Hat, William Markito Oliveira Sr. Principal Product Manager, Red Hat
In this session, we'll talk about how organizations get their developers productive on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, the leading enterprise Kubernetes distribution from Red Hat.
We'll also discuss what we're doing at Red Hat to make life with Kubernetes easy for developers, Including how developers can take advantage of serverless capabilities of OpenShift Container Platform with emerging projects like Istio and Knative.
We'll also discuss the vision and roadmap for containerized builds, developer-focused command line tools, and IDE plug-ins such as Visual Studio Code, Eclipse, and Eclipse Che to help developers stay focused on delivering code.
Manfred Bortenschlager, Agile Integration Business Development EMEA, Red Hat
Cloud-native, containers, and microservices have led to a growing demand for more granular ways to build cloud apps.
Learn how Red Hat helps cloud developers leverage hybrid integration - with a mix of APIs, events, messaging and streaming -- to quickly deliver future-proof apps. The webcast was recorded from the Cloud Architecture Summit, Integration Developer News, April 2019.
Mariusz Jawor, Managing Director, Architecture - Channels Technology, BMO Bank of Montreal
Bank of Montreal (BMO) provides a broad range of retail banking, wealth management, and investment banking products and services to more than 12 million customers. BMO is undergoing a massive transformation, and it's using DevOps as a means of accelerating software delivery performance across all technology teams in Canada and in the US.
In this session, you'll learn how the bank used Red Hat solutions including Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Red Hat Data Grid to build their next generation digital platform.
Eyal Sivan Senior Director and Platform Owner, CIBC
In this session, we'll discuss:
• The evolution of open banking architecture across different regions and markets.
• Creativity vs. standardization: competing pressures and concerns in open banking.
• How application programming interface (API) gateways and microservices fit into a comprehensive architectural solution.
• The emergence of service mesh as the foundation of open banking architecture.
• Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's (CIBC’s) open source, cloud-native API platform.
• How to establish an API-driven business culture focused on speed and innovation.
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
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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