DevOps and Java EE—can you achieve the best of both worlds?

  • July 31, 2014
  • Webinar

The promise of DevOps is to bring development and operations teams closer together. Doing so gives an organization the agility to seize opportunities and rapidly deliver new products and features, while maintaining high levels of reliability, stability, and performance.

Java™ EE applications are considered complex and potentially troublesome to install and maintain. Can a DevOps approach really be applied to organizations invested in Java EE?

The topics in this webinar include:

  • An introduction to DevOps, its value to organizations, and trends driving the DevOps approach.
  • Operational limitations caused by Java EE and tools to overcome them.
  • Java EE and DevOps with and without a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) environment.


John Doyle, principal product manager, Red Hat

John Doyle, Red Hat principal product manager, is responsible for Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform and Red Hat JBoss Web Server. Formerly, John was a senior software engineer for Red Hat JBoss Data Services. He has also held engineering positions at Vignette Corporation and Oberon Software.

Thomas Qvarnstrom, JBoss technology evangelist, Red Hat

Thomas Qvarnstrom, Red Hat JBoss technology evangelist, Applications Server and Data Grid products is responsible for promoting the technical aspects of Red Hat JBoss Middleware. He has been working in software development since 1998, for many different enterprises in various roles, such as developer, architect, and CTO.

Date: July 31, 2014

Time: 11:00 am ET

Length: 01:00

Audience: Technical