Webinar

Making existing applications work on OpenShift

6. September 2018 18:00 UTC

Making existing applications work on OpenShift

Application developers need a way to build applications faster and in ways that will scale as demand grows. While this is fine for most organizations with greenfield applications (like startup organizations), it limits the viability for organizations with existing (legacy) applications. 

Architects, application developers, or DevOps teams looking into containers and migrating from a monolithic environment to a microservices-based environment need to consider: Can an application be ported without any, or minor, modifications? Can an application be accessed through a service-broker or API service?

Join this webinar as we look at how an existing application can be ported and then supported on Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform, along with changes that might be needed to do so. We'll discuss capabilities like:

  • Inputs for developers. Support for Java, PHP, Ruby, Python and more languages and .NET and Mode.js frameworks.
  • Simplified application development. Continuous integration/continous delivery (CI/CD) and source-to-image (S2I) support to help offload capabilities from the application to the platform.
  • Operations scalability. Support for operations teams to scale with current and future workloads with minimal changes to the underlying architecture and in a variety of cloud infrastructures.

 

Live event date: Thursday, September 6, 2018 | 2 p.m. ET

On-demand date: available one year afterward


Freddy Montero

enterprise architect and systems engineer, Red Hat

Freddy Montero is a Red Hat enterprise architect and systems engineer with 15+ years of experience in the IT industry. As a Red Hat Certified Architect working in the container and PaaS group in Red Hat's emerging technology practice, Freddy provides open source technology solutions to clients within the Fortune 500 and financial services industries. He architects and implements cloud, PaaS, and hybrid infrastructures and translates business needs into use cases and technology solutions.

Mariah Flaim

consultant, Red Hat

Mariah Flaim is a Red Hat consultant helping Northeast U.S. clients with their specific Red Hat® software needs. Mariah supports software setup, migration, and application development and maintenance. She also helps clients discover and rollout better development, testing, integration, and deployment processes for their teams. Mariah has special expertise in decision management (business rules management systems), agile, and continuous integration/continuous (CI/CD) methodologies.