As well as expeditions such as cycling round the world, walking across India and rowing the Atlantic, Alastair was named as a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year for his pioneering work on the concept of microadventures, trying to encourage people to get outside, get out of their comfort zone, go somewhere they’ve never been. A microadventure is an adventure that is close to home, cheap, simple, short, and yet very effective.
Building your applications on the Red Hat Openshift Container Platform frees developers to focus on the application development. In this session learn to extend your reach to the public cloud with Amazon Web Services broad set of hybrid capabilities across storage, networking, security, application deployment, and management tools from the OpenShift Container Platform. These capabilities make it easy for you to integrate the cloud as a seamless and secure extension of your existing investments.
Red Hat and Microsoft announced an expanded agreement last year. In this sessions we’ll be sharing an update on the amazing progress we have made in the last year and what is coming next. You’ll hear about common customer scenarios and how to position solutions with customers to drive adoption and growth. Learn from customer and partner examples and best practices.
Here we will demonstrate APIs as the winning ingredient of every digital transformation activity. APIs by themselves, however, are naked and API providers do not have enough control and visibility to build sustainably successful strategies on top of APIs. This is where API management solutions come in, which allow to fully leverage the benefits of APIs. We will discuss some core API strategy concepts, the main business drivers for using APIs and API management, and several customer success stories.
Being able to create business rules, and easily redefine them when necessary, is a competitive advantage in today's quickly-changing business environment. Business rules are at the heart of every organization’s operations. They define the laws and regulations to which the organization is bound, they drive business process decisions, and they determine pricing of products and services.
Microservices modularize monoliths into small services with open and standard interfaces that can be individually implemented, deployed and scaled, depending on the requirements of the application. Containers provide the environment where microservices operate (OS, runtime, libraries, configuration) to be shipped in lightweight images, allowing for easier, faster, more predictable, and more scalable deployments.
Join this session to see how Red Hat® JBoss® BRMS and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform:
- Help you quickly extract documented or implicit business rules and explicitly define them with a standard and centrally managed rules language.
- Let you package those explicitly defined rules into containers and deploy them as microservices.
Everybody is talking about MicroServices today. This session provides a deeper look into the risks of setting up such an architecture. What about Testing, what about distributed networks, how to code against a microservices environment locally? Are integration technologies like JBoss Fuse still necessary? This session gives you the answer to all of those questions.