18 Recorded Sessions on Cloud Native Development – from Red Hat Summit
As I mentioned prior to Red Hat Summit, there was a whole lot of activity around the complementary aspects of microservices, containers, open source, and cloud, so I’ve assembled this recorded set of sessions on the topic Cloud Native Development. Enjoy!
- Lessons Learned – From Legacy to Microservices – The Road to Success of Miles & More, by Torben Jaeger, Matthias Krohnen (Miles & More), Serge Pagop
- An introduction to OpenShift.io, an end-to-end OpenShift development platform in the cloud, by Todd Mancini, Pete Muir, James Strachan
- Developing cloud-ready Camel microservices, by Claus Ibsen
- The power of cloud workspaces in OpenShift.io, by Pete Muir, Gorkem Ercan
- From monolith to containers: How Verizon containerized legacy applications on OpenShift, by Zohaib Khan, Malik Hussain (Verizon)
- OpenShift Roadmap: What’s New & What’s Next!, by Mike Barrett, Steve Speicher, Diogenes Rettori
- Increasing developer confidence and reducing development risk with OpenShift.io analytics, by SriKrishna Paparaju, Todd Mancini
- From Monolith to Containers: How Verizon containerized legacy application on OpenShift
- Achieving deployment excellence with OpenShift.io, by Todd Mancini, James Rawlings, James Strachan
- Securing your Container Supply Chain, by Matt Lyteson
- .NET Core + .NET Standard 2.0, Microservices and OpenShift, by Don Schenck, Scott Hunter (Microsoft)
- Open Service Broker API: Enabling Microservices in the Enterprise, by Paul Morie
- How to Handle the complexity of migrating to Microservices from Monolithic 10 years of code, by Alberto Salazar (Advance)
- The hardest part of microservices: your data, by Christian Posta
- Modernizing Application Deployments with OpenShift Container Platform, by Ryan Hennessy, Guna Vijayaratnam
- A Container-Platform Approach to Digital Transformation and DevOps, by Brian Gracely, Chris Houseknecht
- An Overview and Roadmap of Red Hat Development Suite, by Denis Golovin
- MicroProfile: Optimizing Enterprise Java for a Microservices Architecture, by John Clingan, Ken Finnigan
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