Red Hat Ireland invites you to a single-day experience. The Modern Application Development Roadshow caters to developers, operations practitioners, and business leaders with tailored hands-on labs that explore modern tooling, techniques, and architectures.
About the event:
The Modern application development roadshow is a unique, hands-on experience that showcases how organisations rely on Red Hat® OpenShift® and related offerings to develop and modernize applications on a hybrid cloud platform.
This roadshow comprises a three-track agenda providing value to individuals that have different roles and knowledge of Red Hat OpenShift.
What you’ll learn and experience:
- Which workloads should be prioritised for application modernization and how they can be migrated to a hybrid cloud application platform.
- Full immersion into cloud-native development models and how they can be implemented to build modern applications across your organisation.
- Hands-on overview of application services, with particular emphasis on Kafka, API management, and integration, and how they can enhance your application portfolio.
- Decision makers and business leaders will learn application modernization strategies, techniques, and industry best practices through the IT Decision Maker track.
- While the Ops and Dev tracks feature hands-on keyboard exercises that build on each other to map hypothetical, technical challenges, the Business Leaders track offers a unique look into Red Hat's kitchen, where you'll discover how industry-leading organisations worked with us to tackle their own application modernization and cloud native development challenges. You'll learn how they changed their culture and practices to better align with the needs of the cloud native world, all while maintaining a strong focus on their business goals. We'll also explore how these changes impacted their reputation and attractiveness to top talent. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and cutting-edge strategies for your organisation's application modernization journey.
Who should attend:
- IT decision makers
- IT directors
- Infrastructure architects
- Infrastructure specialists
- Enterprise architects
- DevOps engineers
- Application architects
- Enterprise architects
- Developer team leads
Know before you go
- Infrastructure- and operations-focused participants should have knowledge of systems administration, storage, and operations with these suggested tools or skills:
- Competency on the LinuxⓇ command line.
- A general understanding of Linux containers (e.g., Docker, CRI-O, etc.).
- A general understanding of authentication (e.g., LDAP/AD).
- A laptop computer running Windows, MacOS, or Linux with Firefox or Chrome web browser.
- Application- and developer-focused participants are expected to be familiar with general application development concepts and have basic skills in these areas:
- Java programming.
- Apache Maven build tool.
- Linux command line and Red Hat OpenShift command line.
- Linux containers and Docker.
- Open source monitoring/tracing tools (e.g., Jaeger, Prometheus, Grafana).
- Entry-level Kubernetes concepts.
- Entry-level service mesh (e.g., Istio) concepts.