Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: The Westin New York Grand Central, 212 E. 42nd Street New York, NY
Driving innovation in your digital world.
The Red Hat® and Intel Road Tour, New York, 2017 is a premier, one-day event for thought leaders who work with open source technologies. We know that change will happen because of you, and this event focuses on how individuals can make change happen everyday in their organizations, whether you're front and center or behind the scenes.
We're bringing together thought leaders like you to discuss cloud innovation, DevOps, containers, and more. We'll be joined by forward-thinking IT decision makers, cloud architects, application developers, security architects, and Red Hat partners.
Join us in New York City to learn from leading open source experts, as we provide valuable insights and success stories around digital transformation.
EVENT HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE
- Keynotes and technical breakout sessions
- Networking with industry peers
- Discussion of open source projects
- Conversations with technical experts and open source innovators
This event is free of charge.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
IT decision makers, cloud architects, application developers, security architects, and Red Hat partners.
ABOUT RED HAT AND INTEL
For almost 20 years, Red Hat and Intel have been working closely together to modernize datacenters and business applications. The work that we do in open source communities, brings you the technologies needed to modernize and standardize applications and build a high-performance, stable, secure, and agile enterprise IT environment. Red Hat and Intel can help you quickly and safely put DevOps, containers, the hybrid cloud, and modern application platforms to work for your business.
Keynote: Teaching elephants to dance: Leading digital transformation with microservices
9:30 - 10 a.m.
Burr Sutter, Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat
Feeling bludgeoned by bullhorn messaging suggesting your monolithic behemoth should be put down (or sliced up) to make way for microservices? Without question, ‘unicorn-style’ microservices are the super-nova-hot flavor of the day, but what if teaching your tried-and-true monolith to be a nimble, fast-dancing elephant meant you could deploy every week versus every six to nine months? For most enterprises, weekly deployments (or something close) would fundamentally transform not only operations and business results, but also the inherent value of developers willing to step up to lead the dance lessons. See beyond the hype to understand the deployment model your business case actually demands, and if weekly deployments courtesy of a dancing (or flying!) elephant fit the bill, love the one you're with as you lead the organization's journey to digital transformation!
I Want Dancing Elephants, and I Want Them Now! - How a laboratory-style approach can allow businesses to experience the world of microservices and DevOps, today.
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
Michael Walker, Global Director Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat
Everybody wants to know: what’s it really going to feel like when elephants can dance? What kind of gains will MY organization realize when we adapt principles of DevOps, and successfully leverage microservice architectures? What solutions will we build? How much faster will we adopt to change?
Evolution takes time, and we’re all impatient creatures by nature!
In this presentation, you’ll learn how companies can time-warp and experience this brave new world -- right now.
By leveraging a laboratory-style approach provided by Red Hat, companies can work in an environment purpose-built to allow them to experience the people, process and technology components to support cutting-edge product development.
We’ll show how working at Labs can go beyond technology, and spur changes in the way teams work together to get things done. Along the way, we’ll share a few stories of customers that have gone through the ‘time-warp experience’ and lived to tell the tale.
TRACK 1: Build IT
Ansible overview and announcements
10:15 - 11 a.m.
Dave Johnson, Director, Management SA Tiger Team, Red Hat
Ansible is a radically simple IT automation platform that makes your applications and systems easier to deploy. Avoid writing scripts or custom code to deploy and update your applications—automate in a language that approaches plain English, using SSH, with no agents to install on remote systems. In this session, we'll discuss many uses for Ansible, including examples from the traditional to the unorthodox. We'll discuss various topics such as configuration management, provisioning, deployment, orchestration, command line tooling, builds, event-based execution, workflow automation, continuous integration, and Ansible container.
Push button integrated management portfolio
11:10 - Noon
Laurent Domb, Principal Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Learn how you can use the Red Hat management portfolio together to improve efficiency, drive automation and reduce overhead! This talk will demo how to use CloudForms, Ansible Tower, and Satellite 6 with a single button push in AWS, and deliver multi-tiered applications at scale using the Red Hat management components. This talk will also demo the capabilities of CloudForms out of the box, what it takes to build custom automation, and develop integrations into existing Satellite and Ansible Tower solutions. Leave with a new understanding of what it takes to use this tooling to solve real-world problems today.
OpenShift for operations
1 - 1:45 p.m.
Jamie Duncan, Cloud Architect, Red Hat
Red Hat OpenShift is an amazing, award-winning tool for application developers. It is also a great tool for Operations teams to manage due to its built-in power, flexibility, and scalability. But how can Operations teams make the jump from managing OpenShift to running their own workloads effectively on it? In this session, we will cover the OpenShift features that are most important to an Operations team when moving workloads to the platform. We will go through security best practices and have live examples for discussion.
Automating security compliance for physical, virtual, cloud, and container environments
1:45 - 2:30 p.m.
Lucy Kerner, Principal Technical Marketing Manager for Security, Red Hat
In this session, you'll learn how to easily provision a security-compliant host and quickly detect and remediate security and compliance issues in physical, virtual, cloud, and container environments. We’ll discuss possible compliance challenges and show how a combination of Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Insights, and Ansible Tower can help you quickly achieve compliance, automate security, and complete remediation. You’ll learn how you can integrate Red Hat CloudForms with OpenSCAP, Red Hat Satellite, and Ansible Tower to perform audit scans and remediations on your systems and automate security to ensure compliance against various profiles, such as:
- The U.S. Government Configuration Baseline (USGCB)
- The Defense Information Systems Agency Security Technical Implementation Guide (DISA STIG)
- The Centralized Supercomputing Facility (CSCF) baseline
- The U.S. Government Commercial Cloud Services (C2S) baseline
- The Certified Cloud and Service Provider (CCSP) baseline
- Center for Internet Security (CIS) Benchmarks
- The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
- Or your custom policies
You'll also learn how you can ensure governance and control with Red Hat CloudForms and Ansible Tower and learn how to do proactive versus reactive security with Red Hat Insights.
TRACK 2: Innovate on IT
OpenShift application runtimes
10:15 - 11 a.m.
John Clingan, Senior Principal Product Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Enterprises are transitioning from on-premise, monolithic applications to highly dynamic, polyglot environments using microservices and cloud computing. In this session, we’ll discuss Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, an application platform that runs legacy applications alongside greenfield polyglot microservices on Red Hat OpenShift, helping enterprises embrace microservices and cloud computing at their own pace. You'll learn the tradeoffs of microservices and monolithic architectures, as well as the costs and benefits of deconstructing a monolithic architecture. You'll also learn how legacy applications and greenfield applications written in Eclipse Vert.x, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) and MicroProfile, and Spring Boot can take advantage of a common set of cloud platform services for application interoperability, security, and manageability. With this knowledge, you can build a cloud roadmap that is optimized for your enterprise.
11:10 - Noon
Burr Sutter, Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat
The next generation(s) of microservices and cloud-native application architecture is already upon us. You might have only recently begun your adoption of Netflix OSS to enable your distributed computing backplane, the technology is already more than seven years old. Newer solutions such as Docker, Kubernetes, Jaeger and Istio have arrived on the scene since the birth of the first generation of microservices architecture. In this session, we will walk through a brief history and show you how cloud-native application architecture is evolving.
The future Red Hat middleware portfolio
1 - 1:45 p.m.
Ray Ploski, Application Development Practice Lead, Red Hat, and Derrick Kittler, Chief Architect, Red Hat
In this session, learn how Red Hat has been evolving its middleware portfolio to meet the needs of modern cloud-native and microservice based architectures. Red Hat JBoss Middleware is a family of lightweight, cloud-friendly, enterprise-grade products that help organizations innovate faster in a smarter way. This talk will present the current and future states of the Red Hat Middleware portfolio and associated development tooling that enables teams to develop cloud-native applications leveraging enterprise grade open source middleware. The session will conclude with a discussion about the ‘tip-of-the-spear’ future state of Red Hat’s vision on polyglot development, reactive event-driven frameworks, minimalist runtimes, and advanced development tooling.
OpenShift for developers - Hands-on session
1:45 - 2:30 p.m.
Samuel Tauil, OpenShift Solutions Architect, Red Hat
This is a hands-on session focusing on OpenShift and Containers where attendees will be able to:
- Understand the different deployment mechanisms using OpenShift and Containers
- Blue/Green and Canary Deployments
- Automation via pipelines
- Rolling back deployments
Security first: Automating CI/CD pipelines and policing application
10:15 - 11 a.m.
Justin Goldsmith, Technical Consulting Architect, Financial Services, Red Hat
Recent public breaches highlight the importance of a security strategy that extends beyond the network perimeter. Applications developed and maintained without security in mind present a likely entry point for malicious attackers. Preventive measures should be taken to reduce vulnerabilities that can avoid zero-day attacks.
As organizations adopt containers, an automated approach to security, testing, and application development is needed to increase productivity and reduce risk.
During this session, you'll learn how the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform can be used to:
- Integrate security monitoring software into CI/CD pipelines for containerized applications.
- Know what's in your containers and where they come from, which is vital to secure and quickly remediate workloads.
- Enhance open source library security, in true DevSecOps fashion, and establish a security-first mindset for application development.
Don’t build your infrastructure, define and automate it!
11:10 - Noon
Josh Minthorne, Director, Levvel and Austin Buddington , Software and DevOps Consultant, Levvel
Whether you're deploying for the first time, scaling or recovering from a disaster, using a software-defined infrastructure like Ansible makes reproducing your configuration easy. During this session, we will show you how using Ansible can save you both effort and energy. See how the developer-friendly Ansible gives you the flexibility to choose who can work on your IT infrastructure, letting you focus more on the desired configuration rather than the process or the tools. Ansible allows you to accomplish setup and maintenance tasks without having to spend a lot of time at your keyboard or without memorizing low-level commands. See how Ansible playbooks facilitate teamwork and stop worrying about the details and get back to developing software.
Implementing Enterprise Identity and Access Management in a Microservices World
1:00 - 1:45 p.m.
Aldo Pietropaolo, Chief Security Strategist, Good Dog Labs, A Lighthouse Company
Although in a DevOps enabled IT world there are stable approaches and best practices for transitioning your workloads into DevOps friendly services, there still remains a large and significant Cybersecurity services gap. Enterprise IAM is typically not taken into consideration in these models and if it is, people quickly find out that these legacy models and stacks do not fit a DevOps CI/CD architecture. Perseus IAM is an IAM Microservices based platform that joins existing IAM stacks to current and future DevOps tooling, including orchestration playbooks for Ansible tower. This session will show key use cases for understanding an IT’s identity and access model, correlating the data and finally normalizing the information for better security services under a DevOps model. In addition, we will be covering an integration model for extending enterprise authorization models to containerization technologies such as Docker.
What is Blockchain?
1:45 - 2:30 p.m.
Victor Wong, CEO and Founder, BlockApps
Join this session to learn what Blockchain is and how organizations are using Blockchain today. You will also learn how you can develop and deploy decentralized applications quickly and securely with BlockApps.
Burr Sutter (Keynote)
Director of developer experience, Red Hat
A lifelong developer advocate, community organizer, and technology evangelist, Burr Sutter is a featured speaker at technology events around the globe—from Bangalore to Brussels and Berlin to Beijing (and most parts in between)—he is currently Red Hat’s Director of developer experience. A Java Champion since 2005 and former president of the Atlanta Java User Group, Burr founded the DevNexus conference—now the second-largest Java event in the U.S.—with the aim of making access to the world’s leading developers affordable to the developer community. When not speaking abroad, Burr is also the passionate creator and orchestrator of highly interactive live demo keynotes at Red Hat Summit, the company’s premier annual event.
Director, management SA tiger team, Red Hat
Dave Johnson leads a team of pre-sales experts, supporting Red Hat CloudForms, Ansible, Satellite, and Insights. Dave started his career at Red Hat prior to its IPO, ultimately building and leading the sales engineering organization that penetrated the US Oil & Gas, EDA, and MSP markets. At Ansible, Dave was lucky enough to be the very first employee, leading the customer development efforts that determined what products to build and how to market them. Dave holds a B.S. in electrical engineering and a B.S. in computer engineering from North Carolina State University.
Principal cloud solutions architect, Red Hat
Laurent Domb is a Principal Cloud Solutions Architect working for Red Hat. He is a Red Hat Certified Architect VI and a DevOps professional. Next to his technical certifications he also holds an EMBA degree in general management as well as a BSc in applied computer sciences. His IT career started in 2002 by studying applied computer sciences at the University of Northwestern Switzerland and founding the VIBB Unix User Group (VUUG). During university he started teaching Linux and Norman data defense and worked as a Linux admin at Wagner Kunz aktuare. After graduating, he was hired by Trivadis AG, a Swiss consultancy as a Linux/open source consultant where he worked for different banks, insurances, and automotive industries in Switzerland, Germany, Norway, and Sweden. Laurent also lead the Trivadis IT department where he was responsible for transforming the traditional way of IT thinking into a new, modern agile IT department. Later in his career Laurent took over the service engineering department at OPITZ CONSULTING Switzerland where he was responsible for building up the consulting services. In 2010 he moved to America where he worked as a Linux System engineer at OnSIp. In 2013 Laurent was hired by Red Hat as a Senior Linux consultant where he transformed multiple financial firms from traditional IT environments into agile IT environments. Today, as a Principal cloud solutions architect, Laurent helps customers to understand, envision, and build successful cloud environments.
Cloud architect, Red Hat
Jamie has been at Red Hat for five years, focusing on the problems unique to Public Sector customers. Prior to Red Hat, Jamie worked in the ‘big web’ world and spent some time at a bioinformatics startup. At Red Hat, Jamie focuses on cloud-enabling technologies like OpenShift, Ansible, and OpenStack. With most of these technologies, he has been involved with them since their infancy. In his spare time, Jamie is building a small farm west of Richmond, Va., with dogs, cats, frogs, chickens, deer, and a very understanding wife and amazing young daughter named Elizabeth.
Principal technical marketing manager for security, Red Hat
Lucy Kerner is currently the Principal technical marketing manager for security at Red Hat. In this role, she is the global security technical evangelist and helps drive thought leadership and the global go-to-market strategy for security across the entire Red Hat portfolio. In addition, she helps create and deliver security related technical content to the field, customers, and partners. Prior to this role, she was a Senior cloud solutions architect for the North America Public Sector team at Red Hat. Lucy has over 15 years of professional experience as both a software and hardware development engineer and a pre-sales solutions architect. Prior to joining Red Hat, she worked at IBM as both a Mainframe microprocessor design engineer and a pre-sales solutions architect for IBM x86 servers. She has also interned at Apple, Cadence, Lockheed Martin, and MITRE, where she worked on both software and hardware development. Lucy graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with an M.S. and B.S. in electrical and computer engineering and a minor in Spanish.
Global director, Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat
Mike Walker is the Global director of Red Hat’s Open Innovation Labs, whose mission is to make it easier and quicker for customers to bring innovative ideas to life. Mike has 16 years of IT engineering and consulting experience with emerging technologies, including specializations in application development, cloud computing, data integration, high-performance computing, and distributed systems. Mike’s teams work across a variety of verticals including financial services, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, insurance, public sector, and ISVs. Mike holds a B.A. in computer science and mathematics from Emory University, and an M.S. in computer science from University of Virginia.
Senior principal product manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
John Clingan is a Senior principal product manager at Red Hat for OpenShift Application Runtimes, which optimizes cloud-native development with Eclipse Vert.x, WildFly Swarm, Node.js, and Spring Boot for development for OpenShift/Kubernetes. John is also an Eclipse MicroProfile co-founder.
Chief architect, Red Hat
Derrick brings over 19 years of experience in software development, engineering, and enterprise architecture as an entrepreneur, within startups and large enterprises. More specifically, Derrick has spent the majority of his career developing highly scalable, fault-tolerant, business-critical applications based on open source technologies. In his role as Chief architect, Derrick invests time working with Red Hat’s strategic customers to create alignments between business initiatives and Red Hat’s vast open source portfolio of technologies. Derrick has experience at all levels of the application stack and holds a deep passion for distributed data-driven applications and hybrid cloud architectures.
Application development practice lead, Red Hat
Ray Ploski is the Application development practice lead for Red Hat North America. He has been an active contributor, consultant, developer, architect, and trainer, aiding organizations and companies in adopting open source for the past 15 years. Ray has been regularly recognized for his contributions in advancing the adoption of open source and is one of the few Red Hat employees to have earned the Chairman's Award. In his current role, he is responsible for evolving the capabilities of Red Hat’s Solutions architects.
OpenShift Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Working at Red Hat for eight years as an OpenShift Solutions Architect. In this role, Samuel conducts architecture workshops, developer workshops, proof of concepts and other educational Red Hat sessions on PaaS, Containerization, DevOps and Microservices to drive the adoption into the OpenShift Container Platform and other technologies in the Red Hat portfolio.
Technical consulting architect, Financial Services, Red Hat
Justin Goldsmith, a Technical consulting architect in Red Hat’s Financial Services practice, has worked extensively with Red Hat® OpenShift, successfully migrating legacy applications to containers and building net-new OpenShift native applications. Justin focuses on CI/CD and DevOps, emphasizing automation benefits in each step of the software development life cycle. Recently, he's been stressing the importance of including security analysis of applications upfront in the CI/CD process.
Chief Security Strategist, Good Dog Labs, A Lighthouse Company
Aldo Pietropaolo is Chief Security Strategist at Good Dog Labs, a Lighthouse company that specializes in Cybersecurity Microservices, DevOps and delivery of information security services and technology in a DevOps model for various industries. Before Good Dog Labs, Aldo was Director of Services and IAM Advisor at various professional services organizations. Mr. Pietropaolo was an Advisory Manager in Financial Services for PwC, specializing in information security and identity and access management. His expertise in security includes Microservices architectures, infrastructure automation and DevOps approaches, as well as Application (SOA) Governance, Application Quality Management, Runtime Management, Identity Federation, Web Access Management, Security Architecture, Identity Auditing and Identity Event Monitoring.
With over 10 years of technical and management consulting experience, Josh has a deep understanding of how aligning business strategy and technology helps businesses succeed. He has successfully delivered innovative solutions to Fortune 100 companies in Healthcare, Insurance, Investment and Personal Banking, Logistics and Medical Device industries. Josh began his career at Amentra, which was acquired by Red Hat in 2008, where he served as a Senior Consultant. He earned his M.B.A from North Carolina State University with concentrations in Innovation Management, Services Management and Management Consulting and Marketing Management. Josh brings a passion for helping Levvel’s clients innovate and transform how they operate.
Software and DevOps Consultant, Levvel
Austin Buddington is a Software and DevOps consultant from Atlanta, Georgia. When he’s not writing applications or automating cloud infrastructure, he’s probably working on his Hydroponic pepper garden or exploring breweries in his city of residence Charlotte, North Carolina.
CEO and Founder, BlockApps
Victor is a recognized thought leader in the blockchain space, having organized several of the first Ethereum hackathons and presented at several conferences, including Ethereum’s DevCon1 and EY’s Innovation Summit. At BlockApps, he helped define the STRATO architecture to solve key blockchain issues of data transparency and scaling.