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Your guide to cloud-native integration—A webinar series

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Your guide to cloud-native integration—A webinar series

Join this 4-webinar series and learn how to deliver process innovation with data integration. The series starts with why integration capabilities are crucial  to getting the most benefits from cloud-native  development and then dives into specific integration capabilities like API management, data streaming, and real-time events.  Attend one or all of the webinars:

  1. Integration is key to cloud-native application development
  2. API strategy for cloud-native integration
  3. Top-5 data infrastructure considerations for AI/ML workloads
  4. Getting started with Kafka for event-driven architecture (EDA)

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Webinar 1: Integration is key to cloud-native application development

Speaker: Sameer Parulkar

Constant transformation is the reality of modern IT environments. Applications deliver innovations and are a key medium by which businesses engage with customers, employees, and partners. Cloud-native development and architecture helps customers deliver applications quicker and across a hybrid infrastructure, which in turn helps business bring new capabilities to market faster and adapt quicker. But the application landscape is getting complex with increased adoption of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) apps, customer experience apps, supply chain apps, mobile apps, IoT sensors, edge computing devices, along with legacy apps and other data sources. Integration capabilities help connect data and processes across this ever-changing landscape and successfully adopt cloud-native initiatives.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • Increased adoption of cloud-native development.
  • Cloud-native technologies like containers, Quarkus, APIs, microservices, Kafka, Camel, and more.
  • Integration capabilities like app connectivity, data transformation, API management, data streaming, and real-time events.
  • How cloud-native integration capabilities help get the most benefits from cloud-native development.

Webinar 2: API strategy for cloud-native integration

Speaker: David Codelli

Creating and running an API program yields proven business benefits, whether the program specifically involves monetization or not. Many organizations, however, struggle to coordinate the policy and security demands of the API program with the pace and complexity of developing modern microservices. In response, leading-edge companies have adapted their organizations and technologies to unify their API programs with fast-moving cloud-native development.

In this webinar, we’ll cover some of the tools, techniques, and processes employed by  companies adapting their organizations and technologies.


Webinar 3: Top-5 data infrastructure considerations for AI/ML workloads

Speaker: Will McGrath & Guillaume Moutier

As more organizations begin to create intelligent applications, simplifying data management and data access is critical to scale your artificial intelligence / machine language (AI / ML) initiatives. 

In this webinar, we’ll look at some top data strategies to increase the chances that your AI/ML initiatives will succeed when transitioning from experimentation to production.


Webinar 4: Getting started with Kafka for event-driven architecture (EDA)

Speaker: Hugo Guerrero

With the rise of distributed microservices, the communication patterns for services becomes more important. Join us to take the event journey that can help your architecture move from only REST HTTP APIs to an event-driven architecture.

In this webinar, we'll drill down into replayable events implemented through Apache Kafka and answer:

  • What is an event? 
  • What type of events are there? 
  • How do events fit in the microservices architecture?
  • What are the communication patterns available for services?

 


Sameer Parulkar

Director, Red Hat Integration Product Marketing, Red Hat

Sameer Parulkar is a Product Marketing Director for Red Hat® Integration products. He coordinates marketing, advocacy, and product strategy for those products across all regions. Sameer has close to 20 years of experience in the IT industry with various roles like developer, technical architect, and product marketing primarily supporting integration middleware technologies.

David Codelli

Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

David Codelli is a Product Marketing Manager in Red Hat’s Application Services group. Previously, he spent many years in development, product management, and marketing with SeeBeyond and Sun Microsystems, rising to Director of Product Marketing. At various times in his career David has written software for Verizon, McKesson, TIBCO, and General Atomics.

Will McGrath

Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Will McGrath is a Product Marketing Manager in Red Hat’s Cloud Storage and Data Services organization, where he develops programs and content for AI / ML initiatives using data services.  Will has been in the IT industry for more than 30 years. Prior to his last 4 years at Red Hat, Will worked for 12 years as a Partner Alliance Manager in the media & entertainment industry.

Guillaume Moutier

Technology Evangelist, Red Hat

Guillaume Moutier is a Sr. Principal Technical Evangelist at Red Hat, focusing his work on data services, AI/ML workloads and data science platforms. Former CTO of Laval University in Canada, he is constantly looking for and promoting new and innovative solutions, but always with a focus on usability and business alignment brought by 20 years of IT management.

Hugo Guerrero

Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Hugo Guerrero is an APIs and messaging developer advocate at Red Hat. He helps the marketing team with a technical overview and provides support to create, edit, and curate product content shared with the community through webinars, conferences, and other activities. With more than 20 years of experience as a developer, consultant, architect, and software development manager, Hugo also works on open source software with major private and federal public sector clients in Latin America.