Building the Optimal Architecture for Open Banking
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.
RecordedJun 24 201943 mins
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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.
Dan Juengst, Brian Gracely & Josh Berkus - Red Hat
Everybody’s talking containers. Everybody’s talking Kubernetes. So many options and so little time to evaluate them all. How do you select a container platform? What’s really important?
In this session recorded at Red Hat Summit, we'll journey through the what, how, who, and why of selecting a container orchestration infrastructure. We'll start with the relationship between Linux and containers, then explore the different options available if you want to move to Kubernetes for container orchestration. Along the way, we'll debunk some myths and shine some light into the dark corners of container orchestration. You'll leave this session armed with the knowledge you need to make the right container orchestration infrastructure decision to dive into the world of cloud-native application development and accelerate innovation to better serve your customers. (This is a replay from Red Hat Summit)
Dan Juengst, Sr. Principal Product Marketing Manager - Hybrid Cloud, Red Hat
Brian Gracely, Director Product Strategy, OpenShift, Red Hat
Josh Berkus, Kubernetes Community Manager, Red Hat
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.
Discover the latest industry trends and takeaway from Red Hat's Microservices, Containers and Cloud-Native Day in New York City without leaving the comfort of your desk. Morning sessions include:
9:30 a.m. | Cloud Native Application Architecture
10:15 a.m. | Event-Driven Microservices in the Serverless Age
11:15 a.m. | OKAY_Microservices Data Patterns: CQRS and Event Sourcing with Kafka and Eclipse Vert.x
(All timings above in Eastern Time and are approximate)
Visit the event page for more content and register for the afternoon session: https://www.brighttalk.com/summit/4544-microservices-containers-and-cloud-native-day-with-red-hat/
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
In digital business, nothing happens until something is integrated. The success (or failure) of a new service or application depends on its ability to communicate with other services, across an infrastructure, in scalable secure ways. That is the challenge of integration.
Two years ago, Red Hat introduced the concept of agile integration to the world. The notion was conceived to describe how agile developers were starting to serve themselves integration capabilities from leading edge products that embody the three pillars of agile integration:
Distributed integration—based on Camel routes which support modern microservice architectures and more distributed development styles vs. traditional ESBs.
Containers—enabling a DevOps capability across applications and integrations.
APIs—delivering re-usability of managed end points.
Now, two years later, the usage of agile integration has gained traction in the market: other vendors are using the term, leading industry analysts are writing about it, and world-beating companies are publicly embracing the term and the principles.
Come see the new developments in this fast growing field, including how low code tools and event driven computing have established a role in the architecture.
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.
David Fernandes De Frutos Global Development Manager, DevOps Team Lead, IT Governance Manager - SEUR
Three years ago we had to make a decision and today we believe that it was the best. SEUR DPD Group is a company with more than 75 years old that has had to reinvent itself again and again. In this case, the jump to the cloud is not easy with traditional IT and with an increasingly growing and competitive business. In the presentation we will tell the origins, the transformation and the latest achievements.
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.
Jonathan Hammant Managing Director, UK & Ireland Enterprise Transformation DevOps Group, Accenture
This talk details some of the key considerations that should be taken into account when building teams that will be focusing on DevOps styled delivery projects, common problems and patterns to overcome.
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.
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.