Event mostly in English; although questions / comments in French are welcome!
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Enabling applications to really thrive (and not just survive) in cloud environments can be challenging. The original 12 factor app methodology helped to lay out some of the key characteristics needed for cloud-native applications… but… as our cloud infrastructure and tooling has progressed, so too have these factors. In this workshop we’ll dive into the extended and updated 15 factors needed to build cloud native applications that are able to thrive in this environment, and get hands-on with open source technologies and tools (including MicroProfile, Jakarta EE, Open Liberty, OpenJ9, and more!) that can help us achieve this.
L’évènement se déroulera dans les locaux de Go Logic , 5605, av. de Gaspé, suite 704, Montréal QC H2T 2A4
Ouverture des portes : 17H30 et début de l’événement : 18 h !
Grace is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at IBM, working with Open Liberty, MicroProfile and Cloud Technologies. She has been with IBM since graduating from Exeter University with a Degree in Biology. Grace enjoys bringing a varied perspective to her projects and using her knowledge of biological systems to simplify complex software patterns and architectures. As a developer advocate, Grace builds POC’s, demos and sample applications, and writes guides and tutorials. She is a regular presenter at international technology conferences and has authored a book on reactive systems. Grace also has a keen passion for encouraging more women into STEM and especially Technology careers.
Jamie is a software developer and Advocate for Open Liberty, MicroProfile and Jakarta EE based at IBM’s R&D Laboratory in Hursley, UK. He is a subject matter expert in containerised solutions and takes a keen interest in emerging technologies with experience in Maven, git, Jenkins and microservice architecture. He fell in love with Java at University and has gone on to talk at many conferences about using Java with microservices. He has worked on a wide variety of projects such as modernising CICS mainframe testing infrastructure, creating and automating the creation of Docker images for IBM’s products, contributing to a DevOps pipeline offering and creating web applications for events at the Lab. His recent passion is around raising awareness about energy consumption of technology and discovering ways to help reduce technologies carbon footprint.
Rich Haggarty is a software developer and Developer Advocate at IBM, currently focusing on Java and Open Source related technologies. Based in Austin, TX, Rich has been active in the developer advocacy community for the past 6 years, working on cloud computing and AI technologies. He has created numerous learning paths, code patterns, articles, and videos - all to help developers understand and utilize IBM services, such as Watson Discovery and Assistant, IBM Cloud Pak for Data, as well as Red Hat OpenShift container security and deployment. Previous to IBM, Rich worked at HP, where he was a contributor to the OpenStack open source project, focusing on UI dashboards and storage device configuration. Rich’s passion is to engage and share new and exciting technologies with developers.