Update: May 15th 2018 - Watch over 100 Red Hat Summit 2018 session videos online
On behalf of the selection teams for Modern Application Development, I am pleased to share this exciting, dynamic, and diverse set of developer-related breakouts, workshops, BoFs, and labs for Red Hat Summit 2018.
With these 61+ sessions listed below, we believe that every attending application developer will come away with a strong understanding of where Red Hat is headed in this app dev space, and obtain a good foundation for tackling that next generation of apps. Encompassing various aspects of Modern App Dev, some sub-topics we’ve focused on are around microservices, service mesh, security and AI/ML, plus there is a large collection of complementary and related topics.
So...if you’re an application developer, we invite you to attend Red Hat Summit 2018 and experience the code first hand. There’s something for everyone and definitely something for you. Register today.
Great talks don’t happen without great speakers, and we feel really privileged to have these popular, high-in-demand speakers:
- Brad Micklea
- Burr Sutter
- Christian Posta
- Clement Escoffier
- Edson Yanaga
- Kirsten Newcomer
- Langdon White
- Rafael Benevides
- Scott McCarty
- Siamak Sadeghianfar
- Steven Pousty
- Todd Mancini
- Plus speakers from: AquaSec, Bell Canada, Black Duck, Capital One, Deutsche Bank, Google, Microsoft, MITRE Corp., nearForm, Sonatype, Twistlock, and dozens more.
A great list of talks:
Service Mesh, Serverless, Istio, FaaS, OpenWhisk...
- 10 trends reshaping the developer experience
- Containers, microservices, serverless: On being serverless or serverful
- Functions-as-a-Service with OpenWhisk and Red Hat OpenShift
- Hands on with Istio on OpenShift
- Istio and service mesh management—an overview and roadmap
- Istio: Solving challenges of hybrid cloud
- Low-risk mono to microservices: Istio, Teiid, and Spring Boot
- Move your Spring NetFlix OSS app to Istio service mesh
- OpenShift service mesh on multi-cloud environments
Cloud, containers, microservices...
- 5 minutes to enterprise node.js on Red Hat OpenShift with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes
- 5 ways Red Hat OpenShift enhances application development
- A Java developer's journey to Kubernetes and OpenShift
- Building production-ready containers
- BYOD and build cloud-native apps
- Cloud-native smackdown V
- Containerizing applications—existing and new
- Customer-driven development: How we built Red Hat Ansible Automation
- Developing .NET Core applications on Red Hat OpenShift
- Eclipse Che for developer teams on Red Hat OpenShift
- Eclipse MicroProfile with WildFly Swarm
- EE4J, MicroProfile, and the future of enterprise Java
- Getting started with cloud-native apps
- Grafeas to gate your deployment pipeline
- Holy Canoli. How am I supposed to test all this?
- Introducing OpenShift.io—end-to-end cloud-native development made easy
- Java development with JBoss Fuse on OpenShift
- Microservices data patterns: CQRS & event sourcing
- Migrating your existing applications to Node.js on OpenShift
- Mobile in a containers world
- OpenShift and Tensorflow
- OpenShift Roadmap: You won't believe what's next!
- Orchestrating Microsoft Windows containers with Red Hat OpenShift
- SOLID principles for cloud-native applications
- The future of OpenShift.io
- The power of cloud workspaces and the future of our IDEs
- The why behind DevOps, containers, and microservices
- Upgrade your developer powers with Kubernetes and OpenShift
- Why you’re going to FAIL running Java on docker
AI and Machine Learning...
- Adding intelligence to event-processing apps
- AI and ML make processor architecture important again
- Machine learning essentials for developers
- Using machine learning, Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite, and reactive microservices
- Best practices for securing the container life cycle
- DevSecOps with disconnected Red Hat OpenShift
- I'm a developer. What do I need to know about security?
- Securing apps and services with Red Hat single sign-on
- Securing service mesh, microservices, and modern applications with JSON Web Token (JWT)
- Shift security left—and right—in the container life cycle
More important app dev stuff...
- Be reactive with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes
- Business automation solutions for financial services
- Collaborative API development with Apicurio and open API specifications
- Intelligent applications on OpenShift from prototype to production
- Introducing Red Hat Fuse 7
- iPaaS hackathon: Build a cool integrated app
- iPaaS: Integration for non-techies—a demonstration
- jBPM BoF: Let's talk processes
- Making legacy new again—a migration story
- Red Hat Business Automation primer: Vision and roadmap
- Red Hat JBoss AMQ Online—Messaging-as-a-Service
- Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform roadmap
- Slay the monolith: Our journey to federate case with jBPM
- Containerizing applications with Red Hat OpenShift
- Implementing microservices architectures with Java EE
Definition: Modern Application Development
Modern application development is the rapid creation, maintenance, and management of applications that can run across complex hybrid cloud environments without modification. This approach lets organizations get the most from innovative technologies like containers and microservices and game-changing practices like agile, DevOps, and continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD).Last updated: September 3, 2019