Developer webinar series 2020

Next webinar: April 2  | 16:00 CET / 10:00 ET

Monolith to microservices: The journey to the new normal

Introduction to application modernization.


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Learn about modern development with containers, microservices and event based systems directly from our engineers.

Webinar Schedule

  Technology solution Challenge Speaker Details
1 Developer productivity on Kubernetes with OpenShift

Build an effective development environment and pipeline for containers.

Ryan Jarvinen (Red Hat)

March 12 16:00 CET

2 Monolith to Microservices: The journey to the new normal

Introduction to application modernization.

Madou Coulibaly (Red Hat)

April 2 16:00 CET

3 Knative introduction for the curious Java developer

Serverless is becoming the new default on top of containers. What does Knative holds for Java developers?

Matthias Wessendorf (Red Hat), and Roland Huss (Red Hat)

May 11 10:00 CET

4 Hibernate in complex projects - Can we be a little faster?

Using existing tools like Hibernate to do mass data manipulation or streaming data persistence.

Thorben Janssen (Independent, Hibernate Teacher)


5 Ultra fast and super slim microservices with Quarkus

Quarkus flips your assumption about how fast and small Java can be. It gives you super fast start uptimes and small memory and disk footprint. Perfect fit for usage in Cloud Native and Serverless applications.

Come to this talk to hear about an introduction to Quarkus, how it was made, what it does and why it makes Java relevant again.

Max Rydahl Andersen (Red Hat)


6 Stream processing with Quarkus, Kafka streams and Knative

How to use the Quarkus extension for Kafka Streams to build Cloud-native data stream processing applications, running either on the JVM or GraalVM.

Matthias Wessendorf (Red Hat) and Gunnar Morling (Red Hat)


7 Securing microservices

So you have built your Quarkus application in no time and it's supersonic subatomic fast but have you thought about security? Right, usually this is the thing we implement at the end even if it's a crucial part of our application we often ignore it. The good news it's that with Quarkus, adding security and identity management is a breeze.

Sebastién Blanc (Red Hat)


8 DevOps with containers

How to apply devops best practices with Kubernetes and Containers

Noel O'Connor (Red Hat)


9 Orchestrating microservices the cloud-native way

How to apply business rules to orchestrate applications in a cloud-native environment.

Duncan Doyle (Red Hat)

January 2021