Date: September 3, 2020
Time: 16:00 UTC / 12:00 PM EDT
Abstract: Are you familiar with the tight coupling of apps with their underlying platform that makes change hard or lack of scalability, performance, and flexibility of existing apps built with legacy technology or the fact that re-architecting apps cannot be done overnight? If yes to any of these, you probably think that you have “Cloud-Native Modernization or Death”. But what if there is another way that shows you the incremental steps to refactor the application to microservices and make use of Kubernetes/OpenShift to effectively deploy and manage it at scale on the cloud? This session guides developers on how to get started on their cloud-native journey, starting with monolithic application migration to a modern container platform using Kubernetes/OpenShift, and modernizing applications using microservices and Red Hat Cloud-Native Runtimes (Spring Boot and Quarkus).
Speakers: Daniel Oh
Daniel Oh works for Red Hat as Principal Technical Marketing Manager and is also in charge of the CNCF ambassador to encourage developers' participation of cloud-native app development at scale and speed. He's obviously specialized at cloud-native microservices and serverless development, Quarkus, DevOps & Agile practices, Microprofile, Open Hybrid Cloud, and Kubernetes across regions. He's been delivering technical seminars and workshops to elaborate on emerging technologies for developers & IT ops teams, and keep influencing them to enable this paradigm and technologies. He's been talking about rapidly changing emerging technologies at international conferences.