Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Cloud-native development - Advanced deployment blueprint

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Part 6 - Advanced deployment blueprint
The previous articles were introducing the foundations of a blueprint for cloud-native development, exploring a logical diagram, and diving into the first use cases with cloud-native development on localremote containers, and a look at a deployment blueprint.

This article completes the series with a look at the advanced cloud-native deployment blueprint. A description providing you with guidance for aligning this blueprint to your organizational architecture follows.

These details should help you understand both what the elements contain and how they might align and how their functionalities are grouped. Let's look at the use case where developers are leveraging a remote container platform for their cloud-native development environments and see how that's mapping to a productive working architecture for deploying their solutions.

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Open House - Ask the Experts: Red Hat solutions solving real-life customer challenges

Next month, on July 15th, Red Hat is going to host what they're calling an Open House.

It could also be called Red Hat Summit Virtual Event 2.0, as it's going to be hosted on the same free access (just need to register and join on July 15 to participate) and same site used for the Red Hat Summit 2020 event in April.

At the open house we'll be hosting sessions, labs, and special Ask the Experts sessions, just like we did back in April. This time around I've been invited to host another ask the experts session on the topic of how our customers are using Red Hat's portfolio to solve their business challenges.

To promote this event and session, I've got a quick promo video recorded for you!

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Cloud-native development - A deployment blueprint

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Part 5 - A deployment blueprint
The previous articles were introducing the foundations of a blueprint for cloud-native development, exploring a logical diagram, and diving into the first use cases with cloud-native development on local and remote containers.

In this article we're continuing on with example use cases within the architectural blueprint. Descriptions are provided to guide you with aligning the landscape your organization works with every day.

These details should help you understand both what the elements contain and how they might align and how their functionalities are grouped. Let's look at the use case where developers are leveraging a remote container platform for their cloud-native development environments and see how that's mapping to a productive working architecture for deploying their solutions.

Monday, June 8, 2020

Cloud-native development - On remote containers

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Part 4 - Development on remote containers
The previous articles were introducing the foundations of a blueprint for cloud-native development, exploring a logical diagram, and diving into the first use case with cloud-native development on local containers.

In this article we're continuing on to example use cases within the architectural blueprint. Descriptions are provided to guide you with aligning the landscape your organization works with every day.

These details should help you understand both what the elements contain and how they might align and how their functionalities are grouped. Let's look at the use case where developers are leveraging a remote container platform for their cloud-native development environments and see how that's mapping to a productive working architecture for deploying their solutions.

Friday, June 5, 2020

Demystifying the Event Driven Architecture - An open solution (part 3)

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High throughput, resiliency, scalability and speed—are you searching for a way to leverage microservice integration to handle all the event-driven communications in your growing architecture landscape?

Search no further.

This series of articles guides you through the world of integration using microservice architecture and specifically explores the world of Event Driven Architecture (EDA). It’s a central story to organizations moving forward into the digital world and is worth exploring as part of your strategy for continued success.

The first article was introducing how EDA might be the right choice for your microservice integration solutions, with a more detailed examination of when you might not need EDA at all. The second article pivoted back to exploring use cases aligning to EDA solutions and presenting real world examples. This last article looks at the open technologies that can help you to implement an EDA architecture.

Monday, June 1, 2020

Cloud-native development - On local containers

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Part 3 - Development on local containers
The previous articles were introducing the foundations of a blueprint for cloud-native development, starting with a logical diagram and its common architectural elements.

In this article we're continuing on to example use cases within the architectural blueprint. Descriptions are provided to guide you with aligning the landscape your organization works with every day.

These details should help you understand both what the elements contain and how they might align and how their functionalities are grouped. Let's look at the use case where developers are leveraging local container tooling for their cloud-native development environments and see how that's mapping to a productive working architecture for deploying their solutions.