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Quarkus: Introduction and Key Benefits

Ver el webinar del 4 de Noviembre de 2020

Java™ has played a significant role in enterprise application development, and is constantly evolving to meet new challenges in modern applications. Red Hat® build of Quarkus, a new Kubernetes-native Java framework, represents a significant evolution in the way cloud-native Java applications are built and deployed.

Join this webinar to find out how Red Hat build of Quarkus compares to traditional Java frameworks and how its innovative approach delivers operational and developer efficiency based on the recently published IDC Quarkus Lab Validation Study, sponsored by Red Hat. In this webinar, IDC will present the results of recent lab validation research that explores the benefits of Red Hat build of Quarkus.

The webinar will cover:

  • An overview of Red Hat build of Quarkus.
  • Key results from the lab validation study.
  • What's next for Red Hat build of Quarkus and Java.

Live event date: Wednesday, November 04, 2020 | 2 p.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

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Arnal Dayaratna

Research Director, Software Development, IDC

Dr. Dayaratna is Research Director for Software Development at IDC. Dr. Dayaratna focuses on software developer demographics, modalities of software development, trends in programming languages and other application development tools, and the intersection of these development environments and the many emerging technologies that are driving digital transformation. Dr. Dayaratna's research examines how the changing nature of software development relates to broader trends in the technology landscape.

James Falkner

Red Hat Runtimes Product Marketing Director, Red Hat

James is the Director of Product Marketing for Red Hat Runtimes, part of Red Hat's cloud native application portfolio. He has more than 20 years of development and marketing experience ranging from operating systems to application frameworks, and is a regular speaker at industry conferences around the world teaching all things developer.