Red Hat APIs and Microservices Executive Seminar and Technical Workshop
Financial institutions understand that the future of their businesses hinges on creating services and experiences that leverage the advances within the customer and partner ecosystem available through application programming interfaces (APIs), microservices architectures, and containerization – but they also come with some unique challenges. You can gain great benefits but like most things worth doing, knowledge and preparation are necessary.
The day will consist of 3 segments and attendees are able to join the sessions most relevant to them:
- Executive seminar: Introduction to API-centric integration and microservices
- Making APIs and microservices a reality – demos and success
- Hands-on with automated testing and CI/CD
Delivering applications quickly is key to a banks competitive advantage and is required to meet customer demands. New regulations impact what is expected and APIs and microservices can help you meet market trends and impacts.
Who should attend?
Vice Presidents, Directors, Managers, System Administrators, Developers, Managing Directors
What you need to bring:
All attendees must bring a laptop with admin access.
|8:45 a.m.||Check-in and light breakfast|
|9:00 a.m.||Welcome and goals for the session|
|9:15 a.m.||How APIs are changing the landscape in financial services|
|9:30 a.m.||Market trends and business advancement with APIs and microservices|
|10:15 a.m.||How the business is impacting your architecture|
|11:00 a.m.||Making APIs and microservices a reality: A look and demo of how we make it happen in financial services|
|12:45 p.m.||Hands-on exploring and intro to java frameworks for building microservices|
|2:00 p.m.||Hands-on exploring microservices deployment, management, and CI/CD|
|3:30 p.m.||Wrap up and next steps|
Registration is closed.
Christian Posta (@christianposta ) is Chief Architect of cloud-native applications and is well known for being a frequent blogger, speaker, and open source enthusiast. Christian is the author of Microservices for Java Developers as well as a new book, Introducing Istio Service Mesh for Microservices, and contributor on many open source projects, including Apache ActiveMQ, Apache Camel, and Fabric8.io.
Christian works with large companies, creating and deploying large-scale, distributed architectures–many of which are now called microservices-based. He enjoys mentoring, training, and leading teams for success with distributed systems concepts, microservices, DevOps, and cloud-native application design.