Exclusively for BMW
Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces makes it easy for developers to engage in fast, locally hosted-style development directly inside Kubernetes, to share artifacts with peers and to help development teams avoid the "But it works on my machine" problem. You can set up a complete development environment with a click of a button and easily clean it up once the task is done. This gives you the freedom to innovate and the ability to collaborate with each other more easily.
The most important benefits of using Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces are
- Easy and fast onboarding,
- centrally managed consistent workspace handling and
- increase of developer productivity.
Join us for this webinar to learn:
What CodeReady Workspaces is and how it improves projects by enabling developers to conduct entire projects in Kubernetes.
Where and how CodeReady Workspaces helps in coding—and in meeting business requirements.
The specific benefits of CodeReady Workspaces, such as increased security, better and easier developer collaboration, greater consistency, and fast project setup.
Who should attend this BMW-only event? This webinar will be especially relevant if you are:
On a development or IT operations team and looking for a solution to support co-creation and development around the clock, around the world.
In IT operations and are interested in running a security-focused, consistent development platform.
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Ian Schröder has more than 25 years of professional experience in connecting systems, applications, and organisations, from working with telecommunications companies in the 1990s to working in business development for service providers and IT partners today. He helps Red Hat’s customers and partners gain more value from data by building bridges with middleware solutions. Over the past 12 years, his focus has been on data management, data fabrics, and helping people make sustainable changes in living and working environments.
Solution Architect, Middleware, Red Hat
Ortwin Schneider has more than 10 years of professional experience in developing software solutions for various industries. He is interested in software architectures that use the hybrid cloud and cloud-native model, and he helps customers adopt the cloud-native path with Red Hat’s comprehensive middleware portfolio. For the past 9 years, Ortwin has led an agile development team. His focus previously was on solutions based on Java™ EE, Angular, and mobile applications, as well as using a model-driven development/model-driven architecture (MDD/MDA) approach.