Businesses are increasingly relying on software to deliver new services and efficiencies, and integrate with others via open APIs ecosystem. With the proliferation of microservices, containers and DevOps, an agile approach is required to bring the best of them together and provides a framework for developing, deploying and managing the APIs more effectively.
Red Hat's An Nguyen (Director, AppDev Solutions) & Cheng Kuan Gan (Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat) will show how a next generation of architecture relies on 3 foundational capabilities:
• APIs: API-based services to foster an ecosystem of partners, customers, and developers that can ensure best, fair, and profitable use of services.
• Distributed Integrations: Lightweight, patterns-based integrations that can be continuously deployed where required. Not limited by centralized ESB type deployments.
• Containers: platform to develop, manage and scale cloud-native and connected applications. Develop lean artifacts that are individually deployable, part of DevOps processes and supported by out-of-box clustering, high availability.
With this foundation, APIs will be part of application development processes providing more agility and adaptive solutions which transition to be more effective enablers of new digital initiatives.
--- Programme ---
7.00pm: Doors open - mingle
7.20pm: Start of session, opening address by hosts
Red Hat's An Nguyen (Director, AppDev Solutions) & Cheng Kuan Gan (Senior Solution Architect) will show how a next generation of architecture relies on 3 foundational capabilities: APIs, Distributed Integrations, and Containers, followed by an interesting demo of technology stack: 3scale, Fuse Integration Services and OpenShift Container Platform.
8:30pm: Community announcements / Further networking
--- Big thanks to our Hosts and Sponsors: Red Hat
--- Getting here ---
This month's meetup will be at Red Hat's office, 8 Shenton Way, #11-00 AXA Tower, Singapore[masked].
Please bring a photo ID.
Getting here: The nearest MRT station is Tanjong Pagar, on the East-West (Green) line.