Red Hat sessions at DevNexus 2016 (Atlanta)

Here are Red Hat’s Session and speakers at DevNexus 2016 in Atlanta this week.  Join us at these sessions plus stop by our booth for some good swag!

 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15

  • Docker for Java EE Developers (ALL DAY WORKSHOP)

    • Abstract: Containers are enabling developers to package their applications in new ways that are portable and work consistently everywhere: on your machine, in production, in your data center, and in the cloud. And Docker has become the de facto standard for those portable containers in the cloud. This workshop offers developers an intro-level hands-on session with Docker, from installation to exploring Docker Hub, to crafting their own images, to adding Java apps and running custom containers. This is a BYOL (bring your own laptop) session, so bring your Windows, OS X, or Linux laptop and be ready to dig into a tool that promises to be at the forefront of our industry for some time to come.
    • Speaker:  Markus Eisele, Rafael Benevides, and Christian Posta
    • When and where: 2/15, 9:00 AM | WS Room A302

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16

  • Docker Tutorial for Java Developers
    • Abstract: Docker is the developer-friendly Linux container technology that enables the creation of your stack: OS, JVM, app server, your app/.war, and all your custom configuration. Are you hearing developers say, But it works on my machine! when code breaks in on a different server? And if you are, how many hours are then spent standing up an accurate test environment to research and fix the bug that caused the problem?
      In this session, we will provide you with an introductory tutorial on Docker on your Windows or Mac OSX laptop, where you will see how to bundle your Java-based web service or microservice as a Docker image. Once we cover the introductory topics, we will dive deeper into how to build a Java-based microservice architecture, bundled as Docker images, deployable to a scalable cloud environment.
    • SpeakerBurr Sutter
    • When and where:  2/16, 10:30 AM | Room A315-316

 

  • Java EE Microservices Architecture: Migrating Monolithic Systems for Sustainable Enterprise Development
    • Abstract: With the ascent of DevOps, microservices, containers, and cloud-based development platforms, the gap between state-of-the-art solutions and the technology that enterprises typically support has greatly increased. But some enterprises are now looking to bridge that gap by building microservice-based architectures on top of Java EE. Can it be done? Is it even a good idea? We thoroughly explores the possibility and provides savvy advice for enterprises that want to move ahead. The issue is complex: Java EE wasn’t built with the distributed application approach in mind, but rather as one monolithic server runtime or cluster hosting many different applications. If you’re part of an enterprise development team investigating the use of microservices with Java EE, there are several items to consider.
    • SpeakerMarkus Eisele
    • When and where:  2/16, 10:30 AM | Room A301

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17

  • Microservices deployment with Docker, Ansible and Kubernetes
    • Abstract: In this session, you will see how Red Hat is investing to make elastic scale application hosting infrastructure easy. You will see the use of Docker for the containerization of Microservices and then drill-down into how to provision and manage Docker at scale with Ansible and Kubernetes. With Ansible, you have a powerful solution for provisioning dozens of servers into a new cluster, where Kubernetes then allows you to scale out to hundreds or thousands of Docker containers across that backplane.
      Even if you do not need substantial production scaling requirements, Ansible is a fantastic solution for helping you maintain development environments that closely match your production environment.
    • Speakers: Burr Sutter and Jason DeTiberus
    • When and where: 2/17, 10:30 AM | Room A315-316

 

  • How did I get here? The successional dynamics of hardware and software
    • Abstract: The last few decades have brought about a dramatic transformation in both hardware and software development. Changes to one drive changes to the other, all with the aim of moving away from monolithic applications deployed on huge custom machines to agile, infinitely scalable services deployed on high-performance, cost-effective, software-defined networks and infrastructure. This talk will share some of the history that has led to this point, and offer insights on how these new systems can help you shape your own ops and developer evolution from traditional data center virtualization to hybrid cloud models, microservices architectures and beyond. I will also be talking about a new way for us to think about what “best architecture” or “best solution” means.
    • Speaker: Steve Pousty
    • When and where:  2/17, 1:00 PM | Room A412

 

  • You’ve got Microservices…Let’s Secure Them
    • Abstract: You went ahead a built a whole new set of shiny microservices. While doing this you realize you can no longer rely on you Application Server to handle all the authentication. Oh, and of course one of your teams used Node.JS How are you going to secure all these endpoints so that the end user doesn’t have to authenticate against each one. This talk will be a demonstration of using a centralized authentication service to secure many different microservice architecture. The demos will Project Keycloak but would apply just as well with Stormpath, Ping.Indenty, or similar services.
    • Speaker: Steve Pousty
    • When and where:  2/17, 4:00 PM | Room A301

 

  • IoT with Apache ActiveMQ, Camel & Spark
    • Abstract: In this session, we will describe, discuss and demonstrate an industrial/enterprise-oriented architecture associated with large scale sensor rollout, covering critical areas such as ingestion, integration and analytics. You will learn how to connect the physical world to your traditional enterprise IT infrastructure (Apache Camel), supporting high-speed sensor data acquisition (Apache ActiveMQ) with real-time (Apache SparkStreaming) analytics. In addition, we will show-off various IoT developer prototyping platforms like Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison, Arduino, NXP 1768 with mbed, Particle.io Photon and more.
    • SpeakerBurr Sutter
    • When and where: 2/17, 4:00 PM | Room A312

 

  • You.areCurrent? Hibernate 5
    • Abstract: Hibernate ORM has revved to version 5 recently, along with some of the other projects in the Hibernate suite! Learn about the changes and how they will affect your project (spoiler: upgrading is easy). We’ll take a look at some new features, consolidation, spatial usage, additional Java 8 support, and a few more depending on time.
    • SpeakersJason Porter
    • When and where: 2/17, 4:00 PM | Room A302
  • Zero downtime deployments with World Class PaaS
    • Abstract: We will see how both Developers and Operations are in a win-win situation with zero downtime deployment models that can be implemented with a World Class PaaS (OpenShift). This will be a demo that introduces a couple of deployment strategies where Operations doesn’t have to bring down their systems during downtime anymore, and no more night outs or weekends.
    • Speaker: Veer Muchandi
    • When and where: 2/17, 4:00 PM | Room A315-316

 

We will see how both Developers and Operations are in a win-win situation with zero downtime deployment models that can be implemented with a World Class PaaS (OpenShift). This will be a demo that introduces a couple of deployment strategies where Operations doesn’t have to bring down their systems during downtime anymore, and no more night outs or weekends.

Also – we have a raffle – stop by to see them!

 


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