Andrew Rubinger, an architect within Red Hat’s developer programs group, showed us how to revolutionize your deployments. Sounds like a long, complicated talk–surely something like this takes forever to set up. Actually, this was the shortest talk I’ve ever experienced at a Red Hat Summit.
That’s not a bad thing. It speaks volumes to the shift that we’re seeing in IT. The tools are there. They have the power and can do what we want and need. The change is in how people interact with those tools.
Good news: It’s finally getting easy.
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If you missed the Red Hat middleware keynote on Tuesday, you missed a demo that you have to see to believe. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the demo from Cian Clarke on the Red Hat Mobile team, and watch the entire middleware demo, too.
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“Linux has won in the datacenter. Now on to the rest of IT.”
In this morning’s keynote from Executive Vice President and President of Products and Technologies Paul Cormier, we looked back at how Linux finally won in the datacenter, and we explored insights into where the open source community is guiding us.
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“Does technology really matter?”
Craig Muzilla, Red Hat senior vice president, Applications Platforms Business, says no. Not when it comes to succeeding in today’s market. “I will argue that despite all the changes in technology over the last 5 years, technology doesn’t really matter; what matters is how you create new value with that technology and new business models with that technology,” he said.
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While satisfying a management directive pushing for “cloud abilities” and dealing with some key challenges in its existing technology stack, Vodafone’s IT team decided to embark on a journey to update the company’s technology.
Following an early management decision, the usually silo-ed business and IT teams worked together to select the technologies that would carry the company’s integration framework into the future.
As there’s often some magic involved in migrating to a new product, Vodafone representatives will discuss their experiences with the wizardry of “buying a product” and the road they traveled to a successful solution, discussing the:
- Main driver behind the migration process.
- Key challenges, including performance and operations, that influenced the team’s decisions.
- Technology comparison and selection process, which was largely successful because of active commitment, communication, and collaboration across teams and companies.
- Good, Wicked, and Oz-some stories from the journey.
You’ll leave this session with your own yellow brick road guide for selecting the right technologies for your organization. You’ll also learn tips and tricks for successfully engaging with your providers, partners, and with teams across your organization.
The Best Of track has some of the highest rated speakers and most popular topics according to Red Hat customers and Red Hat Summit alumni just like you. And this year’s lineup is no exception.
There are 15 tracks this year, and each track includes 12 breakout sessions across 3 days of the event. We also have 18 two-hour hands-on labs featuring Red Hat’s full portfolio of open source solutions. There’s a lot of great content, so dive into the full agenda now and find what’s right for you.
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In this session, we’ll explore modernizing legacy architecture and applications to provide a flexible foundation for future needs, including highly integrated cloud-based applications, services, and data. You’ll learn about:
- Cost-effective IT architecture and application renewal and reduced implementation risk.
- Solutions, such as OpenShift by Red Hat, that break down IT productivity barriers.
- Rapid SOA deployment on Red Hat JBoss Middleware (8 weeks vs. 12 months).
- Enhanced interoperability and flexibility in heterogeneous environments.
Specifically targeted to the the health and public service sectors, this session will include proven examples of cloud migrations from those industries.
Red Hat JBoss Fuse Service Works is Red Hat’s middleware solution for application integration, messaging, SOA, and service governance requirements. It combines multiple technologies from the middleware portfolio. Camel, CXF and ActiveMQ comprise the core ESB technology, SwitchYard provides the lightweight service development framework, and Overlord provides the design-time and run-time governance.
In this session, we’ll walk you through the Red Hat Fuse Service Works home-loan application. This application processes a home-loan application through the system to arrive at a decision. The application uses multiple technologies, including Camel, business processes, and rules.
You’ll learn how to:
- Manage application life cycle through design-time governance
- Capture service activity through run-time governance.
- Build a SwitchYard application and use Camel, business processes, and rules in the application.