For Infrastructure Architects:
Find out how fast and flexible teams can deliver applications using microservices and DevOps methodologies. Java has always been our go-to for application development. But with the growing need for speed, it’s time to modernize our Kubernetes-native future. Discover An Infra and Operations Journey with Tommy Chin from Red Hat as he shares a better way to build cloud-native applications.
Join us for a 1.5 hour session as we discover and share an easy path to enable your IT infrastructure and operations team to transform into a Cloud Ready, DevSecOps Native and Agile Infrastructure centric organisational team.
Want to understand and see how to build microservices for BPM processes? We will even give you a sneak preview of Kogito (business automation for knative)!
While there are different ways to digitise manual business processes & logic, getting started can often be a daunting process. Traditional BPM & Rules engines are monolithic applications which can be challenging when there is a need to scale in the cloud manner. More often than not, those technologies are often proprietary and cumbersome to deploy, especially in the hybrid-cloud environment.
Join Wai Leong & Duncan, the Cloud Native experts, as they show you how with Red Hat Process Automation offering, you can now scale business processes and rules the cloud native way!
|Tuesday, 4 Aug 2020
10:00am - 11:30am (GMT +8)
For Infrastructure Architects: From Servers and VM to Containers, Cloud Native and DevOps - An Infra and Operations Journey
Tommy Chin, Applications Development Solutions Director, Asia Pacific, Red Hat
|Friday, 7 Aug 2020
2:00pm - 3:30pm (GMT +8)
For Developers: Automating business processes and rules the cloud native way!
Duncan Doyle, Technical Marketing Manager Business Automation, Red Hat and Khong Wai Leong, AppDev Business Development Lead, Red Hat APAC
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Date: Thursday, November 1, 2019
Time: XX:XX – XX:XX CET
(Registration opens 30 minutes earlier)
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