Thursday, January 19, 2017

Using Containers to Build a Microservices Architecture (slides)

The Red Hat Containers Virtual Event that was held today:

Now more than ever, we know that modern application development and deployment are tied to business growth. A business is eight times more likely to gain share if it is at the forefront of digital maturity. Speed, security, and operational efficiency are the key elements that will determine success or failure. Linux containers, used correctly, will help your organization deliver all three.

Attend Containers for the Enterprise | A Red Hat virtual event to find out how to unlock the potential of Linux containers in your enterprise.

We’ll explain how Linux containers:
  • Deliver new applications faster
  • Are a core component of DevOps practice
  • Lower deployment and maintenance costs
  • Ensure application portability
You’ll gain insights on Container adoption from Forrester principal analyst Dave Bartoletti, hear Red Hat’s container vision and strategy, and learn directly from the experts who are delivering these capabilities to organizations like yours today.

I was asked to deliver the session that covers architecture for your container based microservices, which you can catch as a recording by registering for the event (even if you missed it live, just register for access to the recordings).

The slides from my session are posted here for you to enjoy, based on the following abstract:

Using Containers to Build a Microservices Architecture

Microservices are more than just building software. There are questions around architecture, your organization, processes and your way of thinking. Innovation does not come naturally to everyone, so let's explore the journey you need to take as you leverage your current architecture and learn how the foundational building blocks to microservices are containers.



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