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4 open secrets to a better hybrid cloud strategy - APAC

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Transforming businesses with open architecture, culture, app development, and automation

Clouds are becoming integral to many digital transformation strategies. But less than 20% of mission critical workloads have moved to public or private clouds.1 Why? Because moving to any cloud—public, private, hybrid, or multi—is complex.

Successful hybrid cloud strategies allow applications to move across environments; establish consistent security policies; and automate and manage resources. But technology alone doesn’t lead to this kind of digital transformation. It takes open architecture, culture, modern app development and automation to build an IT system that not only brings true interoperability, consistency, and scalability to your clouds, but back into your datacenter’s bare-metal and virtual machines.

Join our virtual event, 4 open secrets to build better hybrid clouds, to learn why an open approach to architecture, culture, application development, and automation allows apps—and ideas—to flow more consistently from one place to another.   

 

Live event date: Tuesday, December 3, 2019 | 12 p.m. SGT

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

*Please note that this Virtual Event will be in English

Frank Feldmann, Vice President, APAC Office of Technology, Red Hat

Margaret Dawson, Vice president, Portfolio Product Marketing, Red Hat

Enterprise open source at the core of digital leadership

Frank Feldmann

Whether you’re a digital laggard, or in the middle of a major transformation, this session will give you ideas and new perspectives. We’ll look at what your peers—and successful, open organizations—are doing with enterprise open source and open hybrid cloud. From infrastructure to processes to people, an open approach can help you embrace innovation, move at a faster pace, and attract excited, motivated employees.

 

The secret to digital transformation is human connection

Margaret Dawson

Digital transformation is no longer an option. Every organization  is challenged to become a digital leader to survive and thrive. This is why businesses and governments are throwing trillions of dollars at new technologies. Organizations must build and deliver exciting new software applications. They must continuously innovate, move quickly, adapt, and stay ahead of the never-ending onslaught of digital data, experiences, and channels.

These demands have led to the rise of cloud computing, open source technologies, data analytics, artificial intelligence, and many other innovations. However, more than half of all new software or IT projects still fail. That’s because technology alone does not solve digital transformation. It doesn’t address the fundamental issues that inhibit or enable transformational success—and the most critical dependency: people. Join Margaret Dawson as she reveals the elements of digital transformation that technology can’t resolve and why human connection is critical to our success.

 

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Maximizing your Developer Potential and Win the Digital Battles Ahead

Synopsis:

Are your development teams as productive as possible? Are the Lines of Business getting applications into the hands of customers faster? Are the applications and infrastructure secure? These are questions that organizations grapple with - how to get applications into the hands of the customers faster; being more productive; and ensuring security and compliance.

Come and hear how a fictional company is managing these business requirements with Red Hat technologies. We will demonstrate real products and solutions to show how we mitigate risks, and improve business results.

Speakers:

VIshal Ghariwala, Regional Product Management Director, Applications Platforms Business Group

Hendra Sutanto Poh, OpenShift Technical Marketing Manager

Rahul Vijayan, Senior Solution Architect

Architecting the open hybrid cloud

Architecting the open hybrid cloud

Annie Potvin, Global Product Marketing, Portfolio Programs & Brian Gracely, Director, Product Strategy

In this session, we will explore the key capabilities that are needed to deliver on the open hybrid cloud vision of providing the ability to build and run any application in any environment. We will discuss how containers, virtual machines, bare-metal servers, and the public cloud can all be used together to provide an IT infrastructure that enables application portability with the enterprise security and resilience characteristics that you require.

Delivering the open hybrid cloud infrastructure

Delivering the open hybrid cloud infrastructure

Matt Nolan, Principal Consulting Architect & William Henry, Senior Distinguished Engineer

Now that we have laid out the technical architecture for an open hybrid cloud, let’s get into the details. In this session, you will learn about a full stack of open source based solutions that are engineered together to deliver the key capabilities that are needed. In addition, you will hear some real world stories about organizations like yourself that have delivered on their open hybrid cloud vision and accelerated their success.

Culture Change is The Skeleton Key To Unlock the Potential of Open Hybrid Cloud

Culture Change is The Skeleton Key To Unlock the Potential of Open Hybrid Cloud

Mike Walker, Senior Director, Global Consulting Services

Tackling bold IT challenges—like digital transformation or application modernization — requires more than technology alone. It requires new ways of thinking, working, and problem-solving. Principles that power open source software communities also apply to organizational and cultural transformation. Join this session to understand how Red Hat worked with organizations like Lockheed Martin and UNICEF to embrace open principles. You too can reshape your organizational cultures in productive and innovative ways, and turn disruption into opportunity.

Open decision making at scale

Open decision making at scale

Rebecca Fernandez, Principal Program Manager, Culture & Jason Hibbets, Senior Community Architect, opensource.com

Many organizations ask leaders at Red Hat how we make company-wide decisions and what parts of our culture help and hinder that process. While having an open source culture can complicate decision making, being inclusive fosters associate engagement and alignment across organizations. In this session, we'll explore the benefits, risks, and rewards of making decisions openly and collaboratively within your organization. You’ll learn how you can apply Red Hat’s approach, the open decision framework, to make key organizational decisions at scale.

MICROSERVICES AND FUNCTIONS WITH RED HAT OPENSHIFT

MICROSERVICES AND FUNCTIONS WITH RED HAT OPENSHIFT

Marius Bogoevici, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect, Red Hat

The key to modern application development is delivering value quickly while keeping development and operations costs under control. Often, this balance involves a trade-off between focusing on experimentation and dealing with unpredictable loads (where functions shine) or focusing on predictable performance and operation costs (where microservices are a better answer). The immediate answer to this is mix-and-match approach, but that can’t happen by naively combining disjointed technologies and platforms. In this session, we'll demonstrate how the Kubernetes ecosystem, and in particular, Red Hat OpenShift, allows you to use both microservices and functions cohesively by taking advantage of the underlying platform and layering technologies, such as Istio and Knative, on top of it. This session will introduce the technologies and compare and contrast microservices and functions, pointing out which use cases are best served by each and providing developers with practical guidance and demos on how to take advantage of both in their applications.

Quarkus—Container native Java

Quarkus—Container native Java

Emmanuel Bernard, Consulting Software Engineer, Red Hat

The traditional Java VM (HotSpot) with all its strength, comes at a disadvantage in a Kubernetes world requiring fast startup time and low memory usage (for higher cluster density). Historically, Java has been optimized for throughput and high dynamism at the expense of boot time and memory usage (JIT warm up and fixed high memory cost, java frameworks using lots of reflection and metadata gathering at startup time, etc). Enter Quarkus and GraalVM, an Ahead of Time close-world approach to immutable deployments that is rocking the Java ecosystem to its core. Come discover how they can enable Java applications to rival the startup time and density of Golang apps, while still allowing you to leverage the benefits of the entire Java ecosystem.

Ansible integrated into a CI/CD pipeline

Ansible integrated into a CI/CD pipeline

Ricardo Zanini Fernandes, Principal Technical Account Manager, Red Hat

We come from a long history of building software the "release early, release often" way. To do it right, automation is key–but so is simplicity. Learn how to integrate Red Hat Ansible Tower with Jenkins to provide the full chain of continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD) in an integrated, automated fashion covering the entire stack.

Simplifying complexity and managing risk on enterprise workloads (an overview of Red Hat Insights)

Simplifying complexity and managing risk on enterprise workloads (an overview of Red Hat Insights)

Nicholas Chia, MBU Manager, APAC Office Of Technology, Red Hat

With more agile workloads and complex platforms containing those workloads, the complexity has increased. Complexity is risk! A risk of failure companies should not allow. Solving those possible problems are too expensive. See how Red Hat Insights reduces the complexity managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Session TitleStart Time (SGT)End Time (SGT)
Enterprise open source at the core of digital leadership12:00 pm12:25 pm
Demo: Maximizing your Developer Potential and Win the Digital Battles Ahead12:25 pm1:25 pm
Architecting the open hybrid cloud1:25 pm2:05 pm
Culture Change is The Skeleton Key To Unlock the Potential of Open Hybrid Cloud1:25 pm2:05 pm
Microservices and Functions with Red Hat OpenShift1:25 pm2:05 pm
Ansible integrated into a CI/CD pipeline1:25 pm2:05 pm
Delivering the open hybrid cloud infrastructure2:05 pm2:35 pm
Open decision making at scale2:05 pm2:35 pm
Quarkus—Container native Java2:05 pm2:35 pm
Simplifying complexity and managing risk on enterprise workloads (an overview of Red Hat Insights)2:05 pm2:35 pm
The secret to digital transformation is human connection2:35 pm3:05 pm
Session Title: Opening Keynote: Enterprise open source at the core of digital leadershipStart Time (SGT): 12:00 pmEnd Time (SGT): 12:25 pm
Session Title: Maximize - DemoStart Time (SGT): 12:25 pmEnd Time (SGT): 1:25 pm
Session Title: Architecting the open hybrid cloudStart Time (SGT): 1:25 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:05 pm
Session Title: Culture Change is The Skeleton Key To Unlock the Potential of Open Hybrid CloudStart Time (SGT): 1:25 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:05 pm
Session Title: Microservices and Functions with Red Hat OpenShiftStart Time (SGT): 1:25 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:05 pm
Session Title: Ansible integrated into a CI/CD pipelineStart Time (SGT): 1:25 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:05 pm
Session Title: Delivering the open hybrid cloud infrastructureStart Time (SGT): 2:05 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:35 pm
Session Title: Open decision making at scaleStart Time (SGT): 2:05 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:35 pm
Session Title: Quarkus—Container native JavaStart Time (SGT): 2:05 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:35 pm
Session Title: Simplifying complexity and managing risk on enterprise workloads (an overview of Red Hat Insights)Start Time (SGT): 2:05 pmEnd Time (SGT): 2:35 pm
Session Title:Closing Keynote: The secret to digital transformation is human connectionStart Time (SGT): 2:35 pmEnd Time (SGT): 3:05 pm

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