I recently had the opportunity to speak at Red Hat Summit 2019. In my session, titled “Vert.x application development with Jaeger distributed tracing,” I discussed how scalable event-driven applications could be built with Eclipse Vert.x, a Java Virtual Machine toolkit for building reactive applications.
Thanks to many developer tools, creating these applications is no longer the most effort-consuming task in IT. Instead, we now have to understand how parts of our application function together to deliver a service, (across dev, test and production environments). This can be difficult because, with distributed architectures, external monitoring only tells you the overall response time and the number of invocations, providing no insight into the individual operations. Additionally, log entries for a request are scattered across numerous logs. This article discusses the use of Eclipse Vert.x, distributed tracing, and Jaeger in the context of this problem.
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Red Hat OpenShift evangelists will be providing developers attending Red Hat summit a variety of interactive sessions to learn the latest Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift practices. Come by the DevZone booth to connect with these evangelists between sessions.
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Getting started with distributed tracing can be a daunting task. There are many new terms, frameworks, and tools with apparently overlapping capabilities, and it’s easy to get lost or sidetracked. This guide will help you navigate the open source distributed tracing landscape by describing and classifying the most popular tools.
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Millions of developers worldwide want to learn more about serverless computing. If you’re one of the lucky thousands attending Red Hat Summit in Boston May 7-9, you can gain hands-on experience with the help of Burr Sutter and the Red Hat Developer team.
Guru Night is a BYOL (bring your own laptop) event taking place Wednesday, May 8 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Boston Convention and Event Center in ML2 East-258AB. (Doubtless there will be a map to show you where or what ML2 East etc. is; we have no idea.) Head to the signup page and fill out your details now.
TL;DR: Beer and pizza will be served.
We felt compelled to point that out. But read on.
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Red Hat Summit 2019 is rocking Boston, MA, May 7-9 in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Everything you need to know about the current state of open source enterprise-ready software can be found at this event. You’ll find customers talking about their experiences leveraging open source in their solutions, creators of open source technologies you’re using, and hands-on lab experiences relating to these technologies.
This hands-on appeal is what this series of articles is about. In previous articles, we looked at labs focusing on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Integration and APIs, and cloud-native app development. In this article, we’ll look at labs in the “Emerging Technology” track.
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We’ve had wonderful participation in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Beta, and if you participated in it, we hope you found the numerous related articles helpful. But whether or not you’ve tried Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Beta, if you’re attending Red Hat Summit 2019 next month, here are two hands-on labs you’ll want to participate in.
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Oh sure, like countless thousands of others you’re planning on attending Red Hat Summit in Boston this year. But you’re a little anxious that you might miss the best sessions at the show. In no particular order, here are five sessions (actually five sessions and a workshop) that will enrich your life, expand your horizons, and give you the knowledge you need to lead your team forward. Be sure to check them out.
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Red Hat Summit 2019 is rocking Boston, MA from May 7-9 in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Everything you need to know about the current state of open source enterprise-ready software can be found at this event. From customers talking about their experiences leveraging open source in their solutions, to the creators of open source technologies you’re using, and all the way down to hands-on lab experiences on these technologies.
This hands-on appeal is what this series of articles is about. Previously, we looked at the labs in the Cloud-Native App Dev track, and this time, we provide a roadmap to the “Integration and APIs” lab content.
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Red Hat Summit is just around the corner, and it’s shaping up to be best Red Hat developer event ever. This year, attendees will get to choose from more than 300 sessions, not to mention booth presentations, parties, labs, and training.
To help you cut through the clutter, we’ve created a list of developer specific activities and sessions that will help you shape your Red Hat Summit experience. Most of these sessions are part of the Cloud-Native App Dev track, with a few other sessions that we think will appeal to you as a developer. For more information on these sessions, visit the Red Hat Summit session listing page and sort by “cloud-native app dev” track.
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