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Red Hat Tech Exchange 2017 – Asia Pacific

  • 2017年 9月 4日 から 2017年 9月 8日
  • Ho Chi Minh
  • Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers

 

*** We regret to inform you that this event is fully booked and that we do not accept any more registrations. ***

Discover. Design. Deploy.

 

We are pleased to announce the Red Hat Tech Exchange in the Sheraton Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, from the 4th to the 8th of September 2017.

For the 6th time, the Red Hat Tech Exchange in APAC enables the technical business audience by providing the latest technology updates and skills in Information Technology. The Red Hat Tech Exchange does not exchange technology knowledge only, it provides a switchboard for Red Hat associates and partners that need to understand business and technology to exchange knowledge, experience and skills. The theme for this year is:

“Discover. Design. Deploy.”

We are transforming our partner and customer's business with technology, and technology with business. RHTE is the answer on how we embark on that journey with our customers and partners.

 

Fees

The Conference fee will cover your hotel costs. For Red Hat Training Partners and Red Hat Professional Services Partners we will have discounts (see table below). Early registrations are eligible for extra discount for all partners.

 

Early Bird Special - REGISTER BY 31 July 2017

Fees (in USD) Conference fee Early Bird (until 31 July 2017)
Red Hat Partners 1288 1088
Red Hat Professional Services Partners 1088 888
Red Hat Training Partners 1088 888
Red Hat Partners in Ho Chi Minh City (no hotel) 888 688

 

What's included

  • Twin Share Accommodation at Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers for the nights of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 September, 2017 (5 room nights)
  • Breakfast for 2 people on the mornings of 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 September 2017
  • Complimentary Internet connection in the room
  • Conference package for 5 days
  • Inclusive of 2 tea breaks and 1 lunch per day on 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 September 2017
  • Amenities
  • Airport transfers to and from hotel for arrivals on 3 September 2017 and departures on 8 Sept 2017 only.

 

 

Advance Session on DevSuite (CDK, DevStudio, Installation) - Tools for Desktop

 

Adinarayana Sakala, Lead Product Manager, Developer Tools
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Developer, Microservices

Developers still do most of their work on their desktops. This session introduces you to all the developer tools available to do cloud native development on the desktop. This is an extremely important value proposition to share with our customers because it means that their developer teams can do all their cloud native development right on their desktops.

 

Developer Community & Agile

 

Adinarayana Sakala, Director, Red Hat Developer Engineering
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

CI/CD and DevOps, Developer, Microservices, Roadmap

Talk about Fabric8 and OSIO upstream community. Everyone talks about DevOps but to do proper DevOps, you need to provide your developers with the right set of tools. Learn about what Red Hat is doing to help developers be successful in DevOps projects.

 

The Red Hat Developer Program Overview

 

Adinarayana Sakala, Lead Product Manager, Developer Tools
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

CI/CD and DevOps, Developer, Microservices, Roadmap

What it offers your customers and why you should care. I'll describe the program, it's benefits, talk about all of our developer tools (DevSuite, CDK, etc., but only very little on OpenShift.io, which I'll cover in its on session), tools roadmaps, etc. Learn why developer tools matter for greater adoption of the entire Red Hat portfolio, and how we are bridging the gap between our desktop tools and OpenShift.io.

 

Managing OpenShift from Installation and Beyond

 

Andrew Block, Principal Consultant
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Developer, Microservices

Today’s complex application environments require a design that addresses several common themes: they must be automated, scalable and manageable. This starts from the ground up: from the infrastructure layer all the way up to the lifecycle of applications. Fortunately, working in unison, the collection of Red Hat’s cloud and automation technologies can be used to orchestrate the infrastructure and application deployment process along with providing insight into the operational environment. In this hands-on session, attendees will experience firsthand how Ansible and Ansible Tower can be a central fixture within the enterprise by coordinating an installation of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on top of the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Since containers can not only run mission critical applications, but also the components to manage the infrastructure, a containerized version of Red Hat CloudForms will then be deployed to provide insight into the runtime environment. The result is solution that demonstrates how the combination or the proper tools can solve the most complex challenges.

 

Cloud Management Play to Win for Sas & Consultants

 

Anirban Mukherjee, APAC Sales Executive
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General

Architecture / Strategy

This presentation is about Cloud Management Strategy that I will be driving through the rest of the year with Cloud sales and presales teams across APAC. It's the foundation for the growth we expect in Cloud DTX projects. Most of the content is based on my slides I used for the SA Manager meeting last week, their feedback was very positive. I will enhance the slides a bit to suit the audience.

 

Containerisation of OSP services - The Nuts and Bolts

 

August Simonelli, Technical Marketing Manager - Cloud
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

Architecture / Strategy, Roadmap

Deep dive into how containerised services in OSP work. Learn how the containerisation process fits into the current lifecycle and how you can prepare for them and what to expect. See how current deployment techniques and concepts translate to the containerized service model. Finally, take a look into the future with OpenShift and Kubernetes.

 

Deploying RHOSP with RH Satellite 6: Best Laid Plans

 

August Simonelli, August: Technical Marketing Manager and David: Senior Consultant
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Case Study

The key to any good multi-product consulting engagement is integration. From deploying rock-solid SOE’s with RHEL and Satellite to providing Ceph to backend RHOSP our customers expect our products to play nicely together. And for the most part they do. But what happens when they don’t want to? What’s a consultant to do? Come join us on the roller coaster ride of an OSP and Satellite 6 integration on an actual customer engagement. We’ll show you how we were able to overcome the challenges of integrating two of our more notoriously complicated products. You’ll learn all the tricks we used to deliver a repeatable solution, from architectural best practices to down-right dirty hacks.

 

How to be a 'Digital Transformation Change Advisor'

 

Benjamin Henshall, Director, AppDev Solutions APAC
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General

Architecture / Strategy, Business Driven Conversations

While we as solution architects and technical SME's are skilled about our technology, we have the opportunity to be the digital transformation change advisor to our clients. This is not a marketing role, but a role as trusted architects, to advise and lead our clients to get better business outcomes, faster response time, reduce technical risk and debt, meet internal DevOps transformational milestones etc. In short, we have the opportunity to help our clients marry their business objectives with how our next generation architecture and DevOps practices will kickstart them onto a genuine transformational journey. This talk will help you think about how you can develop into that Digital Transformation Change Advisor.

 

Red Hat Conversation Framework Update

 

Benjamin Henshall, Director, AppDev Solutions, APAC
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

CI/CD and DevOps, Architecture / Strategy, Developer, Microservices, Competitive

At Red Hat Sales Kickoff 2018 the "Sales Conversation Framework" was introduced including the Digital Transformation, Next Gen Architecture and the 4 pillars of 'Optimisation', 'Integration', 'Agile Cloud' and 'Modern App Dev'. This session will present the maturity of that messaging framework, what's been going on behind the scenes with further content you can use and how it fits into our differentiated conversations with clients and partners. I will be supported by Siva Shunmugam, Chief Architect from the ASEAN region in this session.

 

Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes - Strategy and Architecture

 

Bruno Georges, Global Platforms Director, Red Hat Middleware
Sales Engineers, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Architecture / Strategy, Microservices, Roadmap

In this session will explore Red Hat's brand new Cloud Native platform: Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes (RHOAR). We will discuss the rational and strategy behind the technical choices that makes up the RHOAR platform. In this session you will be able to understand why RHOAR is not only targeting the Enterprise looking at moving their Java workload on the cloud, but also helping those same customers modernize their apps through the supports of Spring (Boot and cloud Services), reactive applications with Vert.x, Microprofile and Enterprise Java microservices with Wildfly-Swarm and the support of non-JVM based runtimes like Node.js.

 

Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes' future direction and Roadmap

 

Bruno Georges, Global Platforms Director, Red Hat Middleware
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Architecture / Strategy, Microservices

In this session will explore Red Hat's brand new Cloud Native platform: Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes (RHOAR). We will discuss the rational and strategy behind the technical choices that makes up the RHOAR platform. In this session you will be able to understand why RHOAR is not only targeting the Enterprise looking at moving their Java workload on the cloud, but also helping those same customers modernize their apps through the supports of Spring (Boot and cloud Services), reactive applications with Vert.x, Microprofile and Enterprise Java microservices with Wildfly-Swarm and the support of non-JVM based runtimes like Node.js.

 

Microservices 2.0

 

Burr Sutter, Director of Developer Experience
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Developer, Microservices

Session summary to follow soon

 

Serverless or Serverfull and Reactive Programming with Vert.x

 

Burr Sutter, Director of Developer Experience
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General

Microservices, Hybrid / Public cloud

Session summary to follow soon

 

Spring Boot on OpenShift

 

Burr Sutter, Director of Developer Experience
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Developer, Microservices

Session summary to follow soon

 

Become an Agile Integration Guru, Integrating Microservices on OpenShift

 

Christina Lin, JBoss Technology Evangelist
Sales Engineers, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Telco, Architecture / Strategy, Developer, Microservices, Hybrid / Public cloud

Session summary to follow soon

 

BRMS v7 Overview

 

Duncan Doyle, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Developer, Microservices, Competitive, Roadmap

JBoss BRMS 7 and beyond and JBoss BRMS Business Resource Planner JBoss BRMS version 7 brings some exciting new features. From supported standards to rule authoring, from core engine to cloud deployments, BRMS v7 delivers a vast array of improvemens and new possibilities. In this session we will look at the most important new features that will help you sell Red Hat JBoss BRMS within your accounts and position the BRMS platform in modern cloud and container architectures. Features and improvements that will be covered are: - Decision Model & Notation: a standard by the OMG to describe and model decision logic. - Core engine and language improvements like OOPath, RuleUnits and Parallel Execution. - Workbench improvements: user workspace, asset and artifact repository and the new decision table UI. We will also look at a number of common planning problems, problems that organizations face on a daily basis. We will demonstrate why these problems are almost impossible to solve and how optimization can save organizations millions of dollars, while at the same time improving customer satisfaction.

 

Empowering FinTech - How a Bitcoin Startup Profits from Red Hat Technology

 

Hong Hua Chin, Principal Solution Architect
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Case Study, Developer, Hybrid / Public cloud, Financial Services Industry (FSI)

Bitcoin is a virtual currency that is taking the financial industry by storm. At the heart of this currency is the an open, distributed ledger for efficient transaction management, called Blockchain.
Bitcoin startups are rapidly emerging in the financial industry, and some are going to hit the jackpot of success. Various Red Hat technology products facilitate the operations and processes of Bitcoin startups. In this track, the solution architecture of a fictitious Bitcoin startup will be introduced using a presentation and a solution demonstration with live audience participation.
Hopefully, this track will yield ideas that will inspire the next big Bitcoin startup!

 

Message-based Inter-process Communication in a Microservices Architecture

 

Hugo Guerrero, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Developer, Microservices

In this session we will go through the asynchronous message-based IPC to decouple microservices instead of using traditional HTTP synchronous patterns. We will see how AMQP fits in the integration space along, and review different deployment patterns to setup messaging router/brokers on traditional on-premise and hybrid cloud architectures.

 

Deliver your First Managed API with Red Hat

 

Hugo Guerrero, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Developer, Microservices

This workshop will guide the participant to create a REST data endpoint, deploy it as container-based microservice and publish the API and documentation to users/customers/developers enforcing usage policies, controlling access and analysing usage statistics. At the end of the workshop, the participant will be able to create a Fuse Integration Services project, deploy it to OpenShift Container Platform and expose it through 3Scale API Management.

 

Cloud Native App Development with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

 

James Falkner, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Developer, Microservices

In the context of digital transformation, enterprises are moving from traditional, on-premise, monolithic applications to modern, 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. You'll learn everything you need to know about RHOAR, including the industry trends and market forces shaping Red Hat's cloud native story, RHOAR's unique value proposition, and an overview of the underlying technologies that make up the product. You'll also learn how customers can use RHOAR in concert with the rest of the Red Hat portfolio to address today's business challenges around time to market, efficiency of development, and enterprise reliability that they've come to expect from Red Hat software.

 

Integration in a Microservices Architecture on: OpenShift, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, iPaaS

 

James Falkner, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

CI/CD and DevOps, Developer, Microservices, Roadmap

Microservice architectures can provide a path to more maintainable, higher quality, and more quickly delivered software. Microservice architectures are by their nature an integration problem, where you have many decoupled services that need to work together. Red Hat JBoss Fuse, based on the popular Apache Camel integration library, was developed to ease integration of disparate computing systems by implementing well-tested enterprise integration patterns (EIPs) and supplying a developer-friendly interface with which to write the integration code. In this session, you'll learn how JBoss Fuse integration services can smoothly transition you from traditional integration to modern containerized and microservice practices. We'll explore how JBoss Fuse is used to integrate microservices. We'll also look at how common microservice patterns can be implemented using Fuse EIPs, such as lightweight API gateways, circuit breaking, call chaining, service aggregation, and messaging. Don't re-invent the wheel when it comes to integration. You will also get a sneak peak into iPaaS! Gartner sees iPaaS as a potential platform for the citizen developers to integrate exchange integration information and data between users, service providers, and integration providers. Take a sneak peak at the new iPaaS platform and get started with the technology in Summit keynote. But this time, you get to see it live!

 

A Practical Guide to Developing Microservices with WildFly Swarm

 

James Falkner, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Microservices

WildFly Swarm is a lightweight, modular, embeddable and extensible framework that provides "just enough" functionality for Java-based microservices. With it, you can build, integrate, package, test, and deploy Java microservices to your favorite services fabric including OpenShift. In this session we'll cover practical aspects of WildFly Swarm, giving you enough detail to be comfortable building and deploying your own microservices by the end of the session. We'll cover basics like how to get started, packaging concepts like fat jars, and the build system. We'll also get a bit more advanced: connecting to and using databases, configuration management using project stages, testing with the popular Arquillian test harness, and an overview of popular fractions. Finally, we'll show you how to integrate WildFly Swarm applications with OpenShift Container Platform using Swarm's built-in Topology support.

 

Automating OpenShift Deployments with Ansible Tower

 

James Labocki, Senior Manager, Product Management
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Architecture / Strategy, Hybrid / Public cloud

Learn how to integrate OpenShift deployment playbooks across cloud providers into Ansible Tower and deploy CloudForms and Insights too!

 

The Integrated Red Hat Portfolio Experience

 

James Labocki, Senior Manager, Product Management
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Architecture / Strategy, Roadmap

Red Hat has grown over the years from a single product company to a portfolio company that offers capabilities including middleware, management, storage, contianer platforms, and cloud infrastructure. True to it's roots the company is embracing open source and the subscription model to deliver value to customers even as it's capaiblitlies expand. Join this session to see how the Integrated Solutions Business Unit working closely with engineering are delivering an integrated Red Hat portfolio the open source way.

 

Journery on OpenShift Storage and why CNS

 

Jaspreet Kaur, Senior Technical Support Engineer
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Container native storage

What all features are there and what is going to come. This session will introduce you to Container Native storage i. gluster deployed on OpenShift and accomplish dynamic provisioning using Gluster on OpenShift. Reference architectures, Demos and handson lab to deploy gluster on OpenShift and impementing dynamic provisioning using StorageClass

 

What’s New in Red Hat CloudForms 4.5

 

Jerome Marc, Technical Marketing Engineer
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Roadmap

This session will introduce the latest release of Red Hat CloudForms 4.5. We will cover Ansible Automation Inside, providing a simple, powerful, human readable automation language, directly accessible from within CloudForms. This session will also describe other providers and core enhancements available in this release, around Amazon, OpenStack and OpenShift to name a few. A must-attend session to get the latest information about CloudForms 4.5.

 

Red Hat Management Demos (with Ansible Inside)

 

Jerome Marc, Technical Marketing Engineer
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Hybrid / Public cloud

This session will showcase Red Hat Management product portfolio in practice. The demonstrations will include: • Managing automation using Ansible Tower, and Ansible workflows • Red Hat Insights with Ansible remediation playbooks • Managing Services with CloudForms (with Ansible inside) All demos are recorded with sub-titles and can be re-used by the SAs and Consultants on the field in front of their customers.

 

Introduce CEE-AIR

 

John Ko, Associate Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

Case Study

Mission of this project is to identify opportunities to improve AutoResolve rates & Implement automation to improve capacity within Global Support Delivery

 

How and Why to Deploy Red Hat Virtualization in Hosted Engine Configuration

 

Jon Benedict, Senior Principle Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Virtualization

Hosted Engine provides High Availability for RHV-M - critical for many production virtualization environments. I gave this presentation (slides and recorded demo's) at Red Hat Summit 2017. Adding into this, storage architecture and proposal discussion.

 

Automating RHV Configuration with Ansible

 

Jon Benedict, Senior Principle Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Virtualization

This will be a combination of slides and recorded demo's for showing the value and examples of the RHV+Ansible integration that was introduced this year with RHV 4.1 and Ansible 2.3.

 

Ansible Tower for Enterprises and Tower Intensive

 

Justin Nemmers, GM, Ansible by Red Hat
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Roadmap

Learn about how successfully automated organizations are doing with Tower to help advance automation, and in general derive more benefits from it. This session will help detail environment and Tower cluster sizing, provide an overview of how Tower schedules jobs, and how different architectures affect performance. We’ll also cover the details of the different ways to interact with Tower, including tower-cli, and the API.

 

Ansible and Enterprise IT: Integration and Module Update

 

Justin Nemmers, GM, Ansible by Red Hat
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

CI/CD and DevOps, Architecture / Strategy, Security, Hybrid / Public cloud

We’re always adding new modules to the Ansible Project. This talk will cover summarize common use cases for more popular modules from the likes of VMware, AWS, and others.

 

Ansible Tower 3.2 - What’s new

 

Justin Nemmers, GM, Ansible by Red Hat
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Hybrid / Public cloud

With the imminent release of Ansible Tower 3.2, this session will cover the new features and capabilities we’ve added, and how they’ll help your customers do more with Ansible automation.

 

Network Automation: Why Ansible, Why Now.

 

Justin Nemmers, Gm, Ansible by Red Hat
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Telco, Architecture / Strategy

You’ve probably heard about organizations using Ansible to Automate the Deployment and Management of their physical network devices. This session will cover the basics of Network Automation w/ Ansible, and what use cases we're solving.

 

Lessons from the Field: Everyone Wins When We Help Customers Automate

 

Kyle Benson, Global Alliance Architect: Automation & Management
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

CI/CD and DevOps, Architecture / Strategy, Case Study, Competitive

Session summary to follow soon

 

Button Push Deployments with Integrated Red Hat Management

 

Laurent Domb, Principal Cloud Solutions Architect
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Hybrid / Public cloud

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 integration's 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.

 

Managing OpenShift at Scale Across the Open Hybrid Cloud

 

Loic Avenel, Senior Product Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Security, Hybrid / Public cloud, Roadmap

In this session, you will learn how cloudforms can help you to manage your multiple OpenShift Clusters in Hybrid Cloud Environment

 

CloudForms for OpenShift

 

Loic Avenel, Senior Product Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Security, Hybrid / Public cloud, Roadmap

Learn what CloudForms provide for OpenShift Customer. From Inventory, Reporting, metrics, event Monitoring, chargeback, OpenScap security scan, you will understand all the built-in capabilities. And you will have a sneak preview on new planned features

 

Automating Security Compliance for Physical, Virtual, Cloud, and Container Environments

 

Lucer Kerner, PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL MARKETING MANAGER - SECURITY
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Security, Hybrid / Public cloud

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 vs reactive security with Red Hat Insights.

 

Securing your APIs on the Cloud

 

Mark Cheshire, Director Product Management
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Security, Developer

A guide to the options among basic auth, simple API keys, OAuth and OpenID Connect, including a deep dive demo.

 

How to Craft a Successful API Strategy

 

Mark Cheshire, Director Product Management
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

Architecture / Strategy, Microservices

Improve the success of API initiatives with a strong strategy and architectural blueprint. Define the business drivers to ensure alignment with business priorities. Identify how to tie that to an API strategy and execution priorities. Finally map the architectural requirements and identify the correct approach for implementation

 

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Red Hat

 

Mark Little, VP of Engineering and CTO of JBoss Middleware
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Developer, Microservices, Roadmap

Session summary to follow soon

 

IoT 'KAIZEN' with Red Hat BRMS

 

Mashiko Umeno, Principal Solution Architect
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

Architecture / Strategy, Case Study

"KAIZEN" Using IoT, and a Later Business Requirements

 

CloudForms - Multi Geography and Single Pane of Glass

 

Matt Allen, Director, Product & Services, NTTICT Australia
Sales Engineers, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Hybrid / Public cloud, Cloud Infrastructure

In this session you’ll get an in-depth look at a multi-region, multi-tenant production CloudForms implementation, and understand the journey from isolated CloudForms regions to a fully functional CloudForms single pane of glass architecture that spans multiple regions. We discuss the limitations we encountered along this journey, and the steps we took to rectify or work around those limitations.

 

Introducing RHEL System Roles Powered by Ansible

 

Matthew Micene, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

CI/CD and DevOps

DevOps. Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery. Immutable infrastructure. Gold image deployments. Large VM fleets. Cloud autoscaling. Multiple footprint environments. All of these trends have one thing in common, they all break down when a person needs to be involved. Traditionally, managing a set of operating system configurations is a manual process. Tools like Red Hat Satellite and Ansible Tower by Red Hat can take some of the burden, but still rely on community or customers to create the common steps for their environment. Red Hat Enterprise Linux system roles provides a supported common frame for customers to create highly automated system configurations in Ansible. In this session, you’ll learn: why create system roles ansible basics how to demo system roles to a customer the future of system roles

 

Improving Security with USBGuard

 

Matthew Micene, Technical Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

Security

Edward Snowden may be the most famous example of a USB based security failure, but our customers face multiple types of threats from USB devices. From vendors shipping software on malware infected devices to researchers creating cheap radios from a standard thumb drive, USB devices remain a problem for security teams everywhere. SELinux can help mitigate the effects of malware, but few options exist to stop the threat before it needs to be contained. With Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4, we've introduced a new way for customers to defend themselves against this threat with USBGuard. After this session you'll have a better understanding of: * why USB devices still pose a problem * how USB device control works in Linux today * how USBGuard works and how to create a demo to show customers

 

OCP 3.5 Deployment on Azure: Real Life Example and Lessons Learned

 

Michael Calizo, Senior Technical Account Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Case Study, Security, Developer, Microservices, Hybrid / Public cloud, Competitive

The aim of this session is to share the lessons that we learned on deploying Openshift 3.5 on Azure with the hope that our experience will help others who are planing to deploy OCP on Azure to avoid the gotcha's that we encountered during the project.

 

Customizing the 3scale APIcast API Gateway

 

Michal Cichar, Principal Software Engineer
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Security, Developer, Microservices

The API Gateway lies in between all communications between API services. So it is a very important place where Business Logic can be needed. Customizations in the API Gateway are the perfect way to apply custom Business Logic to the HTTP layer without changing your application. 3scale’s API Gateway is called APIcast and it is built on the OpenResty framework - a collection of modules for Nginx. OpenResty includes lua-nginx-module. APIcast policies are written in Lua - a very simple language, that takes almost no time to learn. This presentation/workshop will go through writing a custom policy, testing it, packaging it and deploying it - to show the complete workflow of writing and deploying customizations. Also exploring 3scale internal use of APIcast and customizations. Testing will cover both unit tests and integration tests using Test::Nginx which starts the gateway and makes real requests to it. The preferred way of deploying the API Gateway is via Docker Image, so the presentation will cover packaging the customization into the Docker Image for easier distribution. Example code repository will be provided for attendees to follow up later on and open tickets for discussion.

 

Tower SAML/LDAP Configuration

 

Nikhil Jain, Senior Technical Support Engineer
Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps

Ansible Tower by Red Hat helps you scale IT automation, manage complex deployments and speed productivity. Centralize and control your IT infrastructure with a visual dashboard, role-based access control, job scheduling, integrated notifications and graphical inventory management. And Tower's REST API and CLI make it easy to embed Tower into existing tools and processes. Ansible Tower allows to integrate enterprise authentication using SAML and active directory authentication using LDAP. This session will cover how to configure it in Ansible Tower, issues faced while configuring it and how to solve them. With Ansible Tower 3.1.x logging is a standalone feature introduced. This provides the capability to send detailed logs to several kinds of 3rd party external log aggregation services. Services connected to this data feed serve as a useful means in gaining insight into Tower usage or technical trends. This session will cover how to configure it in Ansible Tower, issues faced while configuring it and how to solve them.

 

Scaling up Satellite for your Enterprise

 

Pradeep Surisetty, Engineering Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Case Study, Developer

Deploying and managing Linux across environments spanning development to production becomes increasingly untenable as the ratio of administrators to hosts declines. Day 2 operations have also grown more onerous as the number of disciplines for systems management continues its march from the Data Center hypervisor to the Cloud Container. The topic of Scaling down Satellite for your enterprise is focused on the challenges of coping with a successful RHEL estate expanding across regional datacenters and possibly into the public cloud. Satellite was designed for large scale thanks in part to its federated Capsule Server and web-service API infrastructure. The Red Hat scale team has been pushing Satellite to its limits and in doing so has acquired deep insights into scaling optimization. Meanwhile select Red Hat Satellite customers are now managing in excess of 10K RHEL instances using best practices for Satellite server tuning and Capsule topologies. The session will cover the methods used by the Red Hat scale team to achieve load under scale including tools for performance monitoring and reporting. We will review customer deployments for large scale and then drill down to the specifics of Satellite and Capsule tuning. We will also explore the use of Capsule clusters to spread load for repository and configuration management services

 

Choosing the Right Storage for your OpenStack Cloud

 

Rahul Vijayan, APAC Channels storage specialist
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

Architecture / Strategy

a) Learn very important key aspects one have to look into while selecting the storage for open stack. In this session you will hear what to ask your customer (discover), key elements for your solution right (design) and things to avoid during implementation (deploy) b) Choosing the right storage for OpenShift - Learn very important key aspects one have to look into while selecting the right storage for OpenShift. In this session you will hear what to ask your customer (discover), key elements for getting your solution right (design) and things to avoid during implementation (deploy) c) Rightsizing your storage - This session heavily focuses on sizing your storage for any use case attach or standalone. Learn how you can apply the same hardware configuration across Ceph and Gluster. A quick easy way to size up your storage for 70% of the use cases around you

 

Hands on with Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director

 

Rhys Oxenham, Manager, Field and Customer Engagement
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Advanced With Prior Knowledge

Roadmap

Hands on with Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director

 

Deep-Dive Technical OSP Roadmap

 

Rhys Oxenham, Manager, Field and Customer Engagement
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy

In this session we're going to look at the future of OSP from a technical perspective - what's coming up over the next few releases and explore what features Red Hat is prioritising for inclusion. Note that this is not a market positioning presentation, it expects some prior technical knowledge of OpenStack to best understand the feature descriptions. We have limited time, but I'm here until Friday so please do stop me and say hello if you have any questions!

 

Competing against MuleSoft

 

Rich Naszcyniec, MW Competitive Director & WW Sales Liaison
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

Competitive

Session will review MuleSoft technology and present product positioning plus sales tactics to apply that can help you win competitive opportunities.

 

3scale Competitive Overview

 

Rich Naszcyniec, MW Competitive Director & WW Sales Liaison
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

Competitive

Sessions will review the major 3scale competitors and present the top competitive points to use against each when competing for business.

 

MW Competition in APAC

 

Rich Naszcyniec, MW Competitive Director & WW Sales Liaison
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

Competitive

This presentation cum Q&A cum discussion will consist of two parts: 1. MW Competition in APAC - lets have a discussion about the top middleware competitors in APAC. What competitors do you encounter the most? Are you finding the competitive content you need to win deals? What competitive sales tactics would you like to share? Do you have a competitive question to ask the moderator? 2. Recommendations on using MW marketing content to win deals - Are you using content from the middleware marketing group to develop opportunities and close more sales? Do you have a strategy on what stage in the sales cycle to use different content? We look at the MW marketing content that is available and make recommendations on how to use it to close more sales.

 

Lessons learned from operating OSO/OSD

 

Sathish Balakrishnan, Senior Director, OpenShift Online
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General

Architecture / Strategy, Case Study, Developer, Competitive, Roadmap

Learn about the lessons we have learnt from operating OpenShift Online and Dedicated The session also outlines the differences between OCP and OSD and learn about the commercial roadmap for OpenShift Online and Dedicated

 

Business Value of OpenShift Dedicated

 

Sathish Balakrishnan, Senior Director, OpenShift Online
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General

Architecture / Strategy, Developer, Competitive

Learn when to position OpenShift Dedicated, the value it provides and how it compares with other cloud offerings. We will also showcase some of the customer success stories, benefits and the accounts that are using OpenShift Dedicated successfully.

 

Introduction to kpatch

 

Shinji Kito, Senior TAM
Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

Architecture / Strategy, Case Study, Security

Session summary to follow soon

 

Containers Competitive Landscape

 

Siamak Sadeghianfar, Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager, OpenShift BU
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Security, Developer, Microservices

An overview of the container and container orchestration market and how OpenShift stacks up against each competitor. Attendees would learn in this session how to handle objections from customers when faced with competitive situations with PCF, Docker, DIY Kubernetes, public cloud and more. Furthermore, they will learn about strength and weaknesses of each competitor in order to lead the customer conversations in the right direction.

 

OpenShift vs Docker EE Deep Dive

 

Siamak Sadeghianfar, Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager, OpenShift BU
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

Competitive

Docker Inc has made a number of major announcements (rebranding, Moby, LinuxKit, etc) throughout the year which affects both the commercial offering and the upstream docker community. In this session, you will learn Red Hat's strategy and response to these changes and how OpenShift compares to Docker EE given the new capabilities delivered in latest releases.

 

OpenShift Service Catalog: Do you want to use AWS service with applications running on OpenShift?

 

Siamak Sadeghianfar, Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager, OpenShift
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Roadmap

Have you been using Ansible and want to use to deploy apps on OpenShift? OpenShift service catalog is an implementation of the Open Service Broker API which standardizes consuming services from internal (running on OpenShift) and external service providers (running elsewhere). In this session, you will learn about Open Service Broker API goals, concepts and how it is implemented in OpenShift. This session also includes a demo of the brand new OpenShift service catalog.

 

How to Deliver an End-to-End Multi-Product Microservices Demo

 

Siamak Sadeghianfar, Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager, OpenShift BU
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

Hybrid / Public cloud, Competitive

Microservices is the topic of every conversation with customers however it's been difficult to demo real-world microservices use-cases due to the many moving parts required. In this session, you will learn about the CoolStore microservices demo using OpenShift, JBoss Middleware and CloudForms. Furthermore, you will learn how to deploy this demo in a few min, what use-cases are covered and what training material you can use to master delivering this demo regardless of your technical skills. This session is highly recommended to account SAs to be able to deliver reliable microservices demos without the need for days of preparation.

 

Solving Customer Challenges the Ansible Way

 

Sreejith Anujan, Solution Architect
Sales Engineers, Level: General Technical Session

Architecture / Strategy, How ProDevAns approach Red Hat solutions!

In this session you'll hear about 1. Success stories of Ansible Tower from field. 2. How to qualify automation usecases? 3. Requests for Enhancements to Tower, from field. 4. Standardized usecases for Ansible PoCs 5. How Ansible can complement customers' existing investments? 6. Red Hat partner ProDevAns sharing their experience on Ansible.

 

Left Hand Meet Right Hand - Telling Both Sides of the Dev Ops Story

 

Steven Ellis, Solution Architect
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: General Technical Session

Architecture / Strategy

How can we help the two sides of our business (Infra/Integration) better engage with their opposing side (Dev/Ops) when having conversation with both our customers or business partners. All to often we loose the Infra Operators and Architects when we dive into CI/CD technologies, the latest cool developer tool chains, or details of how a Fuse ESB works. Likewise the Developers and and their Architects draw blank looks when we dig into the security of SELinux and SVirt for containers or why our kernel is important. If we are to deliver on the DevOps journey we need to bridge both sides of these organisations. The aim of the session is to identify key behaviours, both by our associates and by our customers, and how to bring the conversation back on track.

 

Advanced Session on OpenShift.io

 

Burr Sutter, Director, Developer Experience
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Developer, Microservices, Roadmap

Do you know easy it is to develop complex apps on the cloud using Red Hat technologies? Go through the entire journey of building a complex app using OpenShift.io and related tools for the cloud.

 

OCP Production Public Cloud Deployments

 

Wayne Dovey, Senior Platform Consultant
Consulting / Delivery, Level: Expert With Prior Experience

Hybrid / Public cloud

Session summary to follow soon

 

The future of containers is OCI and not Docker

 

William Henry, Senior Consulting Software Engineer
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Expert With Prior Experience

CI/CD and DevOps, Developer

In this session you will learn how OCI is influencing innovation in container technology. Undock with Buildah Skopeo runC and Cri-o. Why is this important? Where can I get it? How will this help me sell OpenShift? How will it make OpenShift and Atomic better?

 

DevSecOps - Why Security is so important for OpenShift

 

William Henry, Senior Consulting Software Engineer
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

CI/CD and DevOps, Security

Session summary to follow soon

 

Red Hat Insights - Hands on Demos

 

William Nix, Principal Technical Product Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Telco, Architecture / Strategy, Case Study, Security

Get them into the demo environment, get hands on, couple of sessions will include this. Session dedicated to getting them into demo account, walkthrough Sign on and get to launch page, Assess problems, remediation steps, understand concepts.

 

Automating Risk Remediation with Red Hat Insights

 

William Nix, Principal Technical Product Marketing Manager
Sales Engineers & Consulting / Delivery, Level: Technical With Prior Knowledge

Architecture / Strategy, Case Study, Security, Hybrid / Public cloud

Insights with Ansible and Ansible Tower Compliance / governance (talking points around how it can help compliance/etc.) Report that can list down the problems? Having the visibility/knowledge to remediate and report on vulnerabilities/security DEMOs

 

Advanced Session on OpenShift.io

 

Srikrishna Paparaju — Lead Engineer/Architect, Developer Tools & Shoubhik Bose — Senior Engineer, Developer Tools
Solution Architects (customer facing before something is sold), Consultants (customer facing after something is sold), Partners (our extended team)

Do you know how easy it is to develop complex apps on the cloud using Red Hat technologies?
Go through the entire journey of building a complex app using Openshift.io and related tools for the cloud. E2E Architecture, Hybrid Cloud journey on top of OpenShift with detailed tech examples etc

 

Making Kubernetes / OpenShift Simpler For Developers or Deploying Multi-Container Applications on OpenShift/Kubernetes The Easy Way.

 

Pradeepto Bhattacharya, Principal Engineer, Developer Tools
Solution Architects (customer facing before something is sold), Consultants (customer facing after something is sold), Partners (our extended team)

This will also cover Migrating from Docker Compose to OpenShift/Kubernetes. This a great opportunity and tool for SA's to push OpenShift/Kub adoption away from Docker. This session will also touch on the Desktop tools for Developer.

 

Services for Enabling Agile Delivery & Upstream Engagement

 

Pradeepto Bhattacharya, Principal Engineer, Developer Tools

Learn how to leverage our Developer tooling SaaS to perform end to end DevOps along with joining our journey by engaging and contributing.
Most firms are embracing Agile development in some shape or form, a few succeed and many struggle. Even the ones who prevail do not have the frameworks or tooling to take it to all the way to production. We have built services that allow us to take an idea to production. Starting with agnostic Agile planning all the way through deploying to production by enabling CICD.
As more developers get engaged with the upstream efforts the more robust and extensible the solution. Eclipse Che & Fabric8 are the two major upstream sources for OpenShift.io, one focused on workspace server and cloud IDE while the other on a stable microservices platform based on Docker, Kubernetes and Jenkins

 

Why attend?

The Red Hat Tech Exchange gives attendees access to the minds of developers and integrators currently working on cutting edge enterprise technology. Discussions and ideas shared at the event converge to shape the technical landscape for Red Hat's technology and the larger enterprise software ecosystem.

 

Cloud Infrastructure

Key infrastructure topics this year are orchestration (CloudForms, Kubernetes) and automation (Ansible) of containers (OpenShift Container Platform) and application deployments in various cloud models and technologies like Open Stack. In addition, Red Hat Enterprise Linux will be covered as the base platform for all the technologies. Red Hat Virtualisation Red Hat Storage (Gluster, Ceph), Deployment (Satellite) and BI (Insights) solutions will be put up under the spotlights as well.

 

Application Development

Key application development topics this year are cloud-native microservices, integration and transformational solutions in adaptive environments that increase development speed and route-to-market. Openshift Application Runtimes give you the flexibility to easily develop microservices on Openshift using a variety of runtimes eg Spring Boot, WildFly Swarm, Eclipse Vert.x and Node.js. Fuse Integration Services and A-MQ are the foundational components of the overall architecture and processes around application development. In addition, Red Hat is pushing the boundaries of developers with open source projects like the OpenShift.io IDE that will make its way to the customers later this year.

 

Network with Experts

Meet the Open Source experts from Red Hat. Product Managers, Technical Experts, Industry Leaders, they are all there. The Red Hat Tech Exchange helps you to understand the future of open source projects, ideas and concepts and how Red Hat is involved as the leader in open source technology. As well as to understand what current open source technologies companies are using globally and How they are applied to solve business problems.

The Red Hat Tech Exchange helps you to connect to Red Hat associates and partner peers from all over Asia. Networking is easy with shared technology interests and business goals.

 

Management and Processes

The on-premise type of deployments for our customers of various products such as API Management Platform and Mobile Application Platform calls for security and access management practices and new business models. The changing pace and shape of applications requires knowledge and solutions like IDE integration, continuous integration and deployment, and of course Microservices. The Red Hat Tech Exchange will address these topics as they are relevant now.

Why sponsor?

 

Drive thought leadership and mindshare within the Red Hat APAC technical community and selected partners.

  • Get the attention and mindshare of the technical sellers, implementers and trusted advisors
  • Share insights with the Open Source technical and business community
  • Collaborate and influence the technical audience and enhance the partnership with Red Hat
  • Stay ahead of your competitors with this key industry event

 

Innovate with Red Hat’s global and APAC product leaders on technical and business levels.

  • Access to Global and APAC product leadership
  • Enhance your B2B relationship on a technical and combined business level
  • Stay current with the actual content from the business and technology leaders
  • Provide insights and ideas to the entire Red Hat APAC technical community

 

Get the latest updates in the technology industry.

  • Application of Technology and Methodology and processes with DevOps
  • Open Source technology updates on Containers, Cloud, Storage and infrastructure Management, Business Automation and Integration
  • Telco Specialized tracks with industry specific and domain knowledge applied technology
  • Open Source Technology Updates on Mobility and development platforms with faster time to market than ever before
  • Storage sessions for partners

Hotel Information

 

Main Conference Hotel: Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers

Address: 88 Dong Khoi, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Phone: +84 28 3827 2828
Website: http://www.sheratonsaigon.com

The multi-award winning hotel in the heart of Ho Chi Minh city’s vibrant business and entertainment district on the famous Dong Khoi street. Just a short walk from celebrated sites including the opera house, Ben Thanh market, and Reunification Palace, we also offer easy access to top restaurants and corporate offices.

As RHTE has grown in size, accommodation for the group will be split to 3 hotels.
Main conference Hotel : Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers
Accommodation : Caravelle Hotel & Le Meridien

Caravelle Hotel
Address: 19 - 23 Lam Son Square, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Phone: +84 28 3823 4999

Le Meridien Saigon
Address: 3c Ton Duc Thang, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Phone: +84 28 6263 6688
Website: http://www.lemeridiensaigon.com

 

Transportation

Complimentary 2-way airport transfers have been arranged for you on 3 September 2017 (arrival) and 8 September 2017 (departure).

Please look out for our airport representatives holding the RHTE sign as you exit Immigration & Customs, and identify yourself to them.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do I have to apply for a Visa?

Delegates from the following countries such as ANZ, USA, China, India will need visas. Other countries such as: Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, UK, Thailand, Philippines etc. - will not need visas. 

Please check: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Vietnam whether you need a visa. 

Lastly: procedures and requirements vary from country to country.

Although there are various methods of obtaining a visa for Vietnam, we advise the following procedure for quick processing. 

There are a few websites that offer Visa on Arrival. We chose to list one here that worked for a number of people already. We are not affiliated with the agency below in any way.

https://vietnamvisa.govt.vn/apply-online/

DISCLAIMER: You are still responsible for obtaining your visa. The RHTE organization does not take responsibility in case you fail to obtain your visa in a timely manner, nor will we do refunds as a result. Transactions are your own responsibility. This advice does not void any arrangements you and your team have at the time of reading.

 

2. Application for Visa On Arrival

Apply online for a visa in 4 easy steps:

STEP 1: Get started by filling in the secure online form.

Fill in application form with the correct information of your name, passport number, date of birth, nationality, gender and arrival date.

STEP 2: Confirm and pay

They accept most major credit cards and debit cards (Visa/ Master and American Express Card ).

STEP3: Receive and print the approval letter

After you submit your application and payment, they will start processing your visa. After 2 working days, we will send you an approval letter by email. Then you just need to print the PDF attachment file (colour preferred, but not required) and prepare at least 2 passport photos (4cm x 6cm).

STEP 4: Get your visa stamp upon arrival at one of three Vietnam international airports

Upon arrival at Vietnam International airports: Hanoi/Da Nang or Ho Chi Minh city, travellers are required to fill in Entry/exit form (available at the airports or download beforehand from website), present your approval letter, passport, photos, and pay for the stamping fee to get Visa stamped on your passport.

For further assistance, you can contact them directly at this email address visa@govt.vn or call their hotline: (+84) 12 32 320 320

Services:

  • Prompt Support via email, or phone.
  • Secure 128/256 bit SSL encryption.
  • Guaranteed 48 hour processing time
  • Special fee from $17- no credit card surcharge.
  • Money back guarantee for declined applications

 

3. Where is the event being held?

Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers

Address: 88 Dong Khoi, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Phone: +84 28 3827 2828
Website: http://www.sheratonsaigon.com

 

4. Will airport transfers be provided?

Airport transfers will only be provided on 3 Sept 2017 (arrival date) and 8 Sept 2017 (departure date).

 

5. What is covered in the delegate fee for accommodation?

Accomodation will be provided at Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers, for the following dates:

  • Room Nights from 3 to 8 September 2017 (5 nights only).
  • Hotel Check-in - 3:00 pm
  • Hotel Check-out - 12:00 noon

If you prefer an early check-in, you may do so at your own expense.

Room rates include daily breakfast for two person(s) per room and Internet connection (in the room).

Do note that you will be responsible for all incidental expenses such as laundry, mini bar, etc.

 

6. Do I have to pay for my meals during the stay in the hotel?

Meals will be provided during the conference days as follows:

  • Daily breakfast for per person on the mornings of 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 Sept 2017
  • Meeting package: 4, 5, 6 and 7 Sept 2017, 2 tea breaks and 1 lunch each day

 

7. Am I allowed to change to a single room?

You may request for a single room but you will need to pay the difference in room rates. Please email your request to Tessa at rhte@circusmax.com

 

8. Is there Internet in the room?

Complimentary Internet connection is provided in the room.

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Date: September 4, 2017, Monday

Location: Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers

Address: 88 Đồng Khởi, Bến Nghé, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

Phone: +84 8 3827 2828

For logistics enquiries (rooms, transport etc) please contact: rhte@circusmax.com