Red Hat Virtual Event for Financial Services
In financial services, minutes matter—sometimes seconds and milliseconds. Fraud assessments, payments, authorizations, and transfers are key to the customer experience and create a competitive advantage. Automation, open banking, digital transformation, and DevOps are buzzwords, but they also are critical needs. The Digital Leadership in Financial Services virtual event brings together customers, Red Hatters, and industry experts to share and collaborate.
In this virtual event, enjoy a live keynote and 3 tracks to help you lead your organization. Join us and learn how:
- Customers faced and overcame challenges to lead change and drive revenue opportunities.
- Hybrid clouds have helped businesses move forward.
- Optimization of your technology environment promotes business benefits and helps you meet your key performance indicators (KPIs).
- Cloud-native technology is changing the application delivery landscape technically and culturally.
- Technology solution roadmaps can change your speed or strategy.
Register now for your choice of customer sessions, 4 roadmap sessions, and more.
Live-event date: Thursday, May 30, 2019 | 9 a.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
- Transforming through transactional advancements with AI/ML - Chris Wright, Chief Technology Officer, Red Hat
TRACK 1 - OPTIMIZING YOUR ENVIRONMENTS
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux roadmap
- Red Hat Ansible Network Automation: Past, present, future
- RBC uses agile workflow for patch automation
TRACK 2: CLOUD-NATIVE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
- What developers need to know about OpenShift and roadmap
- Building the optimal architecture for open banking
- Société Générale Cloud Innovation Platform
- Building Bank of Montreal’s next generation digital platform
TRACK 3 - HYBRID CLOUD LEADS BUSINESS FORWARD
- OpenShift roadmap: What the next year means to you, to us, and the industry
- Avaloq’s journey to a standardized, scalable banking reference architecture
- Hybrid cloud monitoring on AWS and Red Hat OpenShift - a use case