NS OpenShift Dedicated Conference

March 4, 20219:00 AM - 1:00 PM (GMT+02:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

NS and Red Hat would like to invite you to a tailor-made Openshift conference on the 4th of March 2021.  Following COVID-19 measures, it will be hosted online and will only be accessible to employees of NS. This event will give participants an inspirational and engaging insight into the possibilities of faster development and automated infrastructure with Red Hat’s software. So please join us for a series of hands-on workshops, demos, and presentations on the different use-cases and topics surrounding Openshift in a complex i.t. Landscape.

Time Session Title Speaker
09:00 Introduction and Opening - The new NS Hybrid Integration Platform (HIP) and the use of OpenShift Frank Reuver
09:30 Virtual Keynote Graham Berry
10:15 - 12:15 BREAKOUT SESSIONS  
  Development Track  
10:15 - 12:15 Hands-on Workshop: Application Development on Red hat OpenShift Alex Soto
  DevOps Track  
10:15 - 11:15 Microsoft Azure on Red Hat OpenShift Demo Roy de Milde (Microsoft)
11:15 - 12:15 The future of secure multi-cluster management Arie Scheurwater
  Integration Track  
10:15 - 12:15 Deep-dive into the Red Hat Integration Stack Luca Ferrari
  Leadership Track  
10:15 - 11:15 Why Unicorns don't drink coffee Markus Eisele /  Wian Vos
11:15 - 12:15 How Open can unlock your Organization Carrie Carrasco
12:30  Closing Session Roderick Dony
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Date: March 4, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (GMT+02:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

(Registration opens 30 minutes earlier)

If you have any question, send us an email.

Hear from the experts

Developer Track 
Alex Soto - Application delivery teams are under ever-growing pressure to deliver more capabilities in their apps and APIs. Regardless of your monolith, microservices, or event-driven architecture ambitions - Linux containers, Kubernetes orchestration, and OpenShift Dev & Ops productivity enhancements will change the way you build & deliver better software, faster. In this session, you will be interacting with our live-streaming platform as well as a remotely hosted OpenShift cluster. You should be comfortable with developer-related activities such as building and packaging provided code, and deployment via graphical and command-line user interfaces (GUIs and CLIs). This workshop does NOT require specific programming language skills.
DevOps Track 
Roy de MildeThis session will be an in-depth demonstration of the capabilities brought to the table by ARO (Azure Red Hat Openshift). A fast and simple way to get a Red Hat/Microsoft jointly managed Kubernetes based solution catering to developers onto Microsoft Azure.
Arie Scheurwater - We will be discussing the trend where Kubernetes gains adoption across the industry, scenarios are arising in which teams are finding they must deploy and manage multiple clusters and applications, either in a single region on-premises or in the cloud, or across multiple regions….for several reasons, including multi-tenancy, disaster recovery, and hybrid, multi-cloud, or edge deployments.
Integration Track
Luca FerrariIn this session, Luca will present the latest innovations from the Application Services Unit in Red Hat. We will go over bridging Microservices (with Quarkus) with Event-Driven Architecture (with AMQ Streams) and transformation on demand (with Camel-K). During this talk, Luca will explain the latest advancements around these integration topics with a   demo to follow.
Leadership Track
Markus Eisele & Wian VosWith 25 years of Java in the books, not only the JVMitself but also frameworks and execution environments changed significantly. Today's world is running and being distributed around the world in containers. It sounds easy but what it takes is a lot more. Get ready for a modern application development blueprint from dev to ops with a side dish of management lessons.
Carrie Carrasco - Many of our customers are facing challenges with the adoption of new open technology due to their organizational culture. In fact, in a recent Harvard Business Review study, culture was the largest barrier to an organization’s digital transformation. This session will share areas where you may be able to be more open and some actions you can take to move forward in your digital journey. We will explain what an open organization is and what the benefits of the open organization culture is; helping you understand how open your organization is and how open it could become as well as the barriers you may face including the tensions you will need to manage.


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