Eric D. Schabell: APAC Red Hat Tech Exchange 2016 sessions

Thursday, July 28, 2016

APAC Red Hat Tech Exchange 2016 sessions

This year I won't be able to make it to the Red Hat Tech Exchange 2016 in APAC, being held in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. I will be relocating back to Europe after my excursion to the United States.

It takes place from 4-8 September 2016 and is the 5th incarnation of this event. it is for Red Hat Business Partners and Associates, enabling the technical audiences by providing the latest updates and skills in Open Source Technology.

I still did not give up on this conference, as I have some very good content to share and have found a surrogate presenter in my good friend Andrew Block. We spent some time at Red Hat Summit evaluating and covering the talks so that he is ready to rock them for you.

The following have been submitted for consideration.

Using the Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK)

As a field resource, either pre-sales or post-sales, you can make good use of the Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK). As pre-sales it is the ultimate tool for running local Cloud-based example projects in a fully automated, low touch, easy to install OpenShift Container Platform. As post-sales you will have a great environment to prototype your solutions and a playground for your customer engagements. I will take you on a tour of how to get started and you will leave with a fully installed Red Hat CDK environment on your personal machine. Get started the minute you leave this session with Red Hat CDK to explore examples of Red Hat middleware solutions, application development and wow your customers with how easy the Cloud can really be!

Get your App Dev on in the Cloud

There is a lot of hype around Cloud infrastructure at Red Hat with the introduction of product solutions like Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure (RHCI) and Red Hat Cloud Suite (RHCS). What does this mean for your customers that have to develop application on this Cloud infrastructure? In this session you will be given a growing toolbox of examples, how-to’s and video pointers so that you can tell a story around application development in the Cloud. By the end of this session you will be able to answer the question, “Why can’t I ignore the stack anymore?”

Enjoy the show!

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