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We are please to announce the Red Hat Tech Exchange in the Le Meridien Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam from the 4th to the 8th of September 2016. This RHTE is for Red Hat Business Partners and Associates.
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Sunday, September 4
 

19:00

Welcome
Welcome address by Quinten, John and Sachin + Sponsors

Please, check the Pre-departure pack attached.


Sunday September 4, 2016 19:00 - 19:30
Ball Room - Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers Main Ball Room - 88 Đồng Khởi, Bến Nghé, Ho Chi Minh City, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

19:30

Networking Cocktail
Networking Cocktail, catch up with colleages from far far away ...

Sunday September 4, 2016 19:30 - 22:00
Ball Room - Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers Main Ball Room - 88 Đồng Khởi, Bến Nghé, Ho Chi Minh City, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
 
Monday, September 5
 

09:00

Big Data Processing with JDG & Spark
Actual customer project for processing Big Data with JDG, Spark, etc.

Speakers

Monday September 5, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

09:00

OpenStack HA cluster in a box and basic VLAN networking.
Getting access to a 5+ servers and switches lab to play, learn or demo with for RHOSPd is not easy. This presentation will walk you through setting up a reasonably spec'd KVM host (e.g. 64GB+ RAM) to deploy an OpenStack HA cluster including some advanced networking with OVS vlan trunks representative of a physical environment. We'll look at OVS/libvirt integration techniques and corresponding RHOPd templates to match for a successful lab deployment. Also have a walk-through demo of a deployed environment (assuming Internet connectivity at RHTE).

Speakers

Monday September 5, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

09:00

Running Red Hat Workloads on Microsoft Azure (Level 300)
Azure is a great place to run Linux workloads and in this session we’re going to show you some key points to help get your customer workloads running (and growing!) in Azure. This is the first of two talks about Red Hat on Microsoft, make sure to get to both sessions!

We'll cover:
· Basic requirements and options for running Red Hat workloads on Azure
· Leveraging Azure Site Recovery to migrate existing Red Hat workloads to Azure
· Leveraging Azure DevTest Labs to get Red Hat projects started faster

Outcomes: You will have an overview of the requirements to run Linux workloads on Microsoft Azure as well as some of the services and tools you can leverage to help your customer deploy new, or migrate existing, Red Hat Workloads successfully to Microsoft Azure.

Speakers
avatar for Ken Thompson

Ken Thompson

Open Source Guy - Australia & New Zealand, Microsoft
I'm the "Open Source Guy" at Microsoft Australia & New Zealand. Outside of work, I enjoy and like to think I'm a home handyman and automation guy... but my WAF rating says otherwise. I also spend too much time on my Retropie arcade! | | P.S. You might also remember me from my Red Hat days, culminating in my most successful achievement of winning the dance fight competition at the FY16 Apac Sales Kick Off.


Monday September 5, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

09:00

Four Stories for Red Hat Cloud Suite
This session will highlight the four stories you tell when looking to help your customers and partners move into the Red Hat Cloud Suite for their cloud infrastructure. During this session you will learn to tell the stories for IT Optimization, Modernizing Development and Operations, Accelerating Service Delivery and Scaleable Infrastructure. These stories are backed with content, examples and videos that help you to become a professional Cloud Suite storyteller!

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Block

Andrew Block

Principal Consultant, Red Hat
Andrew Block is a Principal Consultant from the Central region of the United States who specializes in OpenShift, Integration and Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. He is a core member of the Enterprise Integration and Container & PaaS Community of Practices (CoP) and frequently writes about his experiences working with open source technology.


Monday September 5, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

10:00

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?”

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Block

Andrew Block

Principal Consultant, Red Hat
Andrew Block is a Principal Consultant from the Central region of the United States who specializes in OpenShift, Integration and Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. He is a core member of the Enterprise Integration and Container & PaaS Community of Practices (CoP) and frequently writes about his experiences working with open source technology.


Monday September 5, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

10:00

DevOps Automation with Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift
Containers is a key enabler for adopting DevOps across organisations. Docker provides a simple API for building and running containers however running a large number of containers across many hosts needs more than that. Kubernetes orchestration capabilities bring the operational support needed to run containers at scale on any type of infrastructure. OpenShift builds on top of Kubernetes to add a developer focused experience for building, distributing and running containers and put the dev back into DevOps. In this session you will learn (and see a demo) how to take advantage of Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift to automate application delivery in its entire lifecycle from source code all the way to an orchestrated application running in multiple containers

Speakers
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

10:00

Hobbyist PoC to enterprise grade IoT implementation
IoT is possibly the biggest opportunity of our lifetime. This session trvereses the journey of IoT implementations from Hobbyist PoC to enterprise grade IoT. We’ll discuss the unique requirements for enterprise grade IoT the implication for business around security, manageability and scale. Finally, we’ll explore how to enable enterprise grade IoT using Open Source technologies from Red Hat and partners. This course is will not only provide you insights into challenges your customers face with IoT implementation and how to guide them solve these challenges.

Speakers
IV

Ishu Verma

Tech Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Ishu works on IoT Tech enabling at Red Hat. Previously, he worked at Intel (IoT Gateway, Embedded) and Wind River Systems.


Monday September 5, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

10:00

Almost Open - Just close the door on your way out
What does Open mean within the ecosystem you operate within, and how can we continue to be a catalyst for the journey and grow the Open Source movement when so many closed outcomes are being produced from the Open Source ecosystem.
This is a collaborative session to look at how we can build Open Source communities within our customer and partners. In addition as Red Hat grows how do we maintain and enhance the culture that has driven the business to where it is today.

Speakers
avatar for Steven Ellis

Steven Ellis

Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat


Monday September 5, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

11:00

Deploy Hybrid Cloud in Mere Hours (QuickStart Cloud Installer) & Deploy and Upgrade with Confidence (Deployment Planner)
In this session, you’ll learn how Red Hat Cloud Suites provide a complete hybrid cloud solution that reduces overall complexity and accelerates deployment time.

As organizations move toward hybrid cloud that integrate multiple architectures, getting them to work together seamlessly can be a challenging and time consuming endeavor. Overly complex installation, uncertain interoperability, and untested configurations often threaten success. Wouldn’t it be great if you could minimize the complexity of deploying your hybrid cloud environment? In this session, you’ll learn how Red Hat Cloud Suites are designed to provide a complete hybrid cloud solution that brings it all together and:
Unifies installation to cut deployment time from weeks to mere hours
Automates and assures interoperability that lets you select products knowing that they “just work” together
Seamlessly integrates and manages both IaaS and PaaS environments
Provides an all-in-one solution to meet your expanding IT demands
Deploy and Upgrade with Confidence (Deployment Planner)

The hybrid cloud landscape is often a complex mix of multiple architectures that not only include private and public clouds but existing physical and virtual infrastructure. Deploying a hybrid cloud across different environments poses many challenges and risks; they include overly complex installation, uncertain interoperability, and untested configurations resulting in prolonged deployment times. In this session, you will learn about Red Hat's latest tool in helping you to plan you deployment, so you will never have to second-guess interoperability again, particularly when you are in front of customers.

Speakers
JW

Jesse Wu

Red Hat


Monday September 5, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

11:00

Getting Started with Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure become a Red Hat certified cloud provider now. Customers can deploy Red Hat solutions on Microsoft Azure. As a support engineer for Azure and a Microsoft MVP, I'm going to share typical use cases with Red Hat solutions such as RHEL, OpenShift, Ansible, JBoss, Gluster, etc. on Azure as well as popular FAQ from the customer such as relevant Red Hat subscription usage, policy, and scope.

This session will focus on below topics especially:
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Azure
  • Azure Linux Agent and Extensions
  • Azure Active Directory and OpenShift 

Speakers
avatar for Takayoshi Tanaka

Takayoshi Tanaka

Software Maintenance Engineer, Red Hat
Takayoshi Tanaka is Software Maintenance Engineer for OpenShift, .NET Core on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Red Hat solutions on Microsoft Azure. He is also Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies. He has a great interest of C# and Azure for several years. He is awarded by Microsoft for writing many Japanese blog posts, web-site articles and make presentations at community user group events.


Monday September 5, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

11:00

What is the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform?
This session introduces the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform and walks through all aspects of the offering. It explains how the platform addressed Enterprise Mobility challenges and describes its USPs. It requires no existing knowledge of the platform but we recommend that those new to mobile begin with our "what is mobile" session.

Speakers
avatar for Conor O'Neill

Conor O'Neill

Product Manager, Mobile, Red Hat
Conor is Product Manager Mobile in Red Hat. He has over 20 years experience in the software industry. He previously held the position of Product Management Director for FeedHenry, acquired by Red Hat in 2014. He has worked in diverse areas from Embedded to Enterprise to Mobile with companies such as S3/Philips, Integral Design, Xilinx, EMC & McAfee and has co-founded three start-ups. Outside of his day job, he plays with hardware/IoT and runs... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

11:00

OpenShift Competitive Overview: A Closer Look at Pivotal CF and Bluemix
New comers like Docker Datacenter and Mesosphere DC/OS are gaining popularity with containers while traditional PaaS providers like Pivotal Cloud Foundry are trying to re-invent themselves in the age of containers. This session focuses on an overview of OpenShift competitive landscape and a detailed walk-through of competitive differences between OpenShift and Docker Datacenter, Mesosphere DC/OS (based on Mesos) and Cloud Foundry-based platforms (Pivotal Cloud Foundry, IBM Bluemex, etc). In this session you will learn how to handle competitive situations at customers and how to address customer questions with regards to competitive products.

Speakers
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

12:00

Lunch
Lunch - Coupons will be handed with your lunch location. Please stick to it.

Monday September 5, 2016 12:00 - 13:00
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location

13:00

Introduction to Red Hat SSO/Keycloak for microservices
In this session we will start with a discussion of microservices just to get to a common basis for discussion. From there I give an introduction to Red Hat SSO/keycloak. The last 30 minutes will be a live demonstration and interactive session with Red Hat SSO. If you are not including this product in your pitch your customers you are missing a great opportunity.

Speakers
avatar for Steven Pousty

Steven Pousty

Developer Evangelist, Red Hat
OpenShift, Java, Python, application development, containers, ecology, food, bird watching, and fishing


Monday September 5, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

13:00

Linux Containers 101
Linux Containers have been around for years, but they didn’t gain popularity until the Docker format made them easy to use. Docker made it so easy to move and run containers, that it’s difficult to understand how the technology works. Linux Containers rely on web technologies and the operating system. This talk will explore the fundamentals.

This talk will enable attendees to understand the fundamentals of building and running a container. Attendees will also learn how to share containers using a registry server.

This class will be technical, but should be accessible to almost anyone. This class will include both slides with drawings, and demos to provide foundational knowledge of containers.

Speakers
avatar for Scott McCarty

Scott McCarty

Senior Strategist, Containers, Red Hat
At Red Hat, Scott McCarty helps to educate IT professionals, customers, and partners on all aspects of Linux containers, from organizational transformation to technical implementation, and works to advance Red Hat's go-to-market strategy around containers and related technologies. He also liaises with engineering teams, both at the product and upstream project level, to help drive innovation by using feedback from Red Hat customers and partners... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

13:00

How to Demo RHMAP
Due to the wide range of features in Red Hat Mobile, it can sometimes be difficult to know how to demo it to opportunities and customers. In this session we'll do a step by step demo that you can easily follow and replicate. We'll provide plenty of tips and guidance on what to focus on and what to spend less time on.

Speakers
avatar for Conor O'Neill

Conor O'Neill

Product Manager, Mobile, Red Hat
Conor is Product Manager Mobile in Red Hat. He has over 20 years experience in the software industry. He previously held the position of Product Management Director for FeedHenry, acquired by Red Hat in 2014. He has worked in diverse areas from Embedded to Enterprise to Mobile with companies such as S3/Philips, Integral Design, Xilinx, EMC & McAfee and has co-founded three start-ups. Outside of his day job, he plays with hardware/IoT and runs... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

13:00

Openshift - From quick start to production
This presentation will cover the activities and lesson learned from OSE engagement at a financial customer in Sydney. This is a large microservices based architecture running on OSE on AWS.

Speakers
avatar for Wayne Dovey

Wayne Dovey

Platform Consultant, Red Hat
Continuous Integration | Fabric8 | Ansible | Foreman | Docker | Kubernetes | OpenShift Enterprise v3
NO

Noel O'Connor

Principal Consultant, Red Hat
All things Integration, Messaging and now Openshift.


Monday September 5, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

14:00

Containerised Federated Identity
Red Hat Identity Management has a new software component called KeyCloak (formerly Ipsilon), which enables single sign on, identity brokering, social brokering and federation using industry standards such as SAML, OAuth and OpenID. KeyCloak can be run as a standalone application on EAP, or in a container.

In this session, I describe some of KeyCloak's salient features and demonstrate some of its features.

Speakers
RK

Raju Karia

Red Hat


Monday September 5, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

14:00

Open Hybrid Cloud - Storage + OpenShift + CloudForms
A short discussion of what OHC really is and how only Red Hat can deliver the magic of unobtainium. Demo Gluster inside OpenShift with a simple web app that uses Persistent Volumes and Object S3 via Ceph. Discuss how CloudForms scales out to another public cloud (for example AWS --> Azure) and allows survivability across cloud providers.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Hatfield

Andrew Hatfield

Practice Lead - Cloud Storage and Big Data, Red Hat
Andrew has over 20 years experience in the IT industry across APAC, specialising in Databases, Directory Systems, Groupware, Virtualisation and Storage for Enterprise and Government organisations. When not helping customers slash costs and increase agility by moving to the software-defined storage future, he's enjoying the subtle tones of Islay Whisky and shredding pow pow on the world's best snowboard resorts


Monday September 5, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

14:00

An introduction to .NET core on RHEL
Microsoft and Red Hat announced Red Hat supports .NET Core, brand-new and open-sourced .NET Framework. Now .NET Core is added to our software collections. Based on my deep knowledge and experience with .NET as a Microsoft MVP, I'm going to introduce .NET Core and ASP.NET Core on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. I also explain how .NET Core integrates our solutions, especially OpenShift etc.

This session will focus on:
  • What's .NET Core
  • Getting Started with .NET Core on RHEL with Visual Studio Code
  • Getting Started with ASP.NET Core
  • ASP.NET Core working with OpenShift 

Speakers
avatar for Takayoshi Tanaka

Takayoshi Tanaka

Software Maintenance Engineer, Red Hat
Takayoshi Tanaka is Software Maintenance Engineer for OpenShift, .NET Core on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Red Hat solutions on Microsoft Azure. He is also Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio and Development Technologies. He has a great interest of C# and Azure for several years. He is awarded by Microsoft for writing many Japanese blog posts, web-site articles and make presentations at community user group events.


Monday September 5, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

14:00

Top OpenShift Objections...and how to handle them!
As customers gain deeper experience with containers and container orchestration frameworks, more and more they question the need for OpenShift. What should one use OpenShift if already has started using Docker? What about Kubernetes? What if they got Jenkins already working with Docker? And many more objectives that generally come up during pre-sales activities. In this session we look at most frequent objections and how to respond to customers in those situations.

Speakers
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

15:00

Common Pushbacks on our NFV solution
In working with a number of customer across the regions there are some common pushback like carrier grade, operational challenges etc. Would like to discuss how we have been handling that and share some successful cases and the not so successful ones.

Speakers
avatar for Hwee Ming Ng

Hwee Ming Ng

Principal Technologist (Telco), Red Hat
Hwee Ming is a Principal Technologist with Red Hat covering the Telco domain. She is based in Singapore and supporting the APJ region focusing on emerging Red Hat Technologies. She has been working with service provider with adopting these technologies for NFV and has worked on multiple NFV POC across the regions. | | Before Red Hat, Hwee Ming worked with HP and she has over 15 years' experience in the industry covering a wide range of... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

15:00

Challenges in consulting system automation with Ansible
Customer business and challenges are that partially automated system provisioning with outsourced vendors resulted in low quality work from manual tasks, high workloads, and minimally-skilled staff, resulting in slow time to market and high costs.
Standardized technology with Ansible and approach by Red Hat consulting support enables complete automation for deploying entire environments, increasing efficiency, reducing time to market, and lowering costs.

Speakers
avatar for Naoya Hashimoto

Naoya Hashimoto

Platform Consultant, Red Hat
Joined Red Hat Apr, 2015 as a platform consultant at Tokyo, Japan and have been working on OpenShift as a platform consultant for about a year. This is the second time to join RHTE and the first time to join as a speaker. I recognize myself more Ops than Dev and getting more opportunities to work with MW consultant or DevOps SA recently, which is very exciting. | Last but not least, I make a habit to run and enjoy craft beer when I travel... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

15:00

Why Microservices
In this session we will discuss both traditional monolithic deployments as well as the hottest fashion of the day - microservices.   This is the first part of a 3 part series (Why, Playground, Real-World) - in this session we will focus heavily on why microservices have taken the industry by storm.  At the same time, we are also going to discuss "fast, light monoliths" as a necessary prerequiste along your journey to microservices.  Slides are already public at bit.ly/helloworldmsa

Speakers
avatar for Burr Sutter

Burr Sutter

Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat


Monday September 5, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

15:00

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!

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Block

Andrew Block

Principal Consultant, Red Hat
Andrew Block is a Principal Consultant from the Central region of the United States who specializes in OpenShift, Integration and Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. He is a core member of the Enterprise Integration and Container & PaaS Community of Practices (CoP) and frequently writes about his experiences working with open source technology.


Monday September 5, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

15:30

Break
Break

Monday September 5, 2016 15:30 - 16:00
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location

16:00

The Future of Java EE
There has been a lot of questions on the future of Java EE. In this session we will not only share Red Hat's perspective on the subject but also how Java EE can fit into the next generation platforms.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Little

Mark Little

Red Hat
I WORK FOR RED HAT, WHERE I LEAD JBOSS TECHNICAL DIRECTION AND RESEARCH/DEVELOPMENT. PRIOR TO THIS I WAS SOA TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGER AND DIRECTOR OF STANDARDS. I WAS CHIEF ARCHITECT AND CO-FOUNDER AT ARJUNA TECHNOLOGIES, AN HP SPIN-OFF (WHERE I WAS A DISTINGUISHED ENGINEER). I'VE BEEN WORKING IN THE AREA OF RELIABLE DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS SINCE THE MID-80'S. MY PHD WAS ON FAULT-TOLERANT DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS, REPLICATION AND TRANSACTIONS. I'M... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

16:00

Enterprise Architecture based Account Strategy
This session covers why it is useful to engage with our customers EA function in order to be seen as a trusted strategic partner. Part of the session will be an account evaluation process walk-through, which enables the Red Hat architects and sales to select which account to prioritise via a scoring mechanism. This is for engagements with Enterprise Architects who are focussed on executing a business strategy via strategic business transformational programmes and not focussed on technical architects.

Speakers
avatar for Andreas Spanner

Andreas Spanner

Enterprise Architect, Red Hat


Monday September 5, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

16:00

Solution-driven Technical Sales
Red Hat solution architects are among the most technical in the industry. Their expertise in their technical area of specialty can lead them to talk most about what they're most comfortable with, which can let them miss larger opportunities. In this session, Thomas Cameron will discuss how to study your customer, to learn about what forces are affecting them from market, competitive, economic, and technical perspectives so that you can craft a solution-based sale instead of a technology-based sale. He'll discuss how to spread your influence in your customer's organization, how to draw in stakeholders, how to probe for business technical needs beyond the initial discussion, and how to make your customer a hero while growing the sale.

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Cameron

Thomas Cameron

Chief Architect, Central US, Red Hat


Monday September 5, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

16:00

Why Containers, Why Red Hat
There is a lot of technical buzz around containers, but many are still trying to understand what business value they bring. In this live webinar, Scott McCarty, Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat, explains the business value of Linux containers. He will also explain how containers are disrupting the software supply chain as physical containers did to the shipping world decades ago.

Users will learn:
* How your problems can be addressed by using containers
* Why you should containerize your applications
* How you can manage all of your containers

Speakers
avatar for Scott McCarty

Scott McCarty

Senior Strategist, Containers, Red Hat
At Red Hat, Scott McCarty helps to educate IT professionals, customers, and partners on all aspects of Linux containers, from organizational transformation to technical implementation, and works to advance Red Hat's go-to-market strategy around containers and related technologies. He also liaises with engineering teams, both at the product and upstream project level, to help drive innovation by using feedback from Red Hat customers and partners... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

16:45

Integrated Approval Process Automation with JBoss BPMS
This session includes how to implement integrated approval process based JBoss BPMS with web portal development. It is also for the first time to propose, demonstrate JBoss BPMS through benchmark test, proof of concepts to a strategic automotive customer, over 1.5M USD in Korea. In this regard, I will talk about value proposition in terms of how JBoss BPMS enables the customer to design their own complex approval process/task and provide enterprise-ready monitoring, role based access control, high performance, fantastic management, security architecture, and so on.
I will also share customer's pain points(e.g. current Oracle based SOA Suite) and how to solve that challenges with our partner, customer development(e.g. UX design).
At last, this is an initiative project to implement mission critical business base open source BPM solution thereby customer has a plan to expand into whole business process on-premise locally, globally which means will be new opportunity for big deal.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Oh

Daniel Oh

AppDev Solution Architect, Red Hat
Daniel Oh is an AppDev Solution Architect at Red Hat and I've working over 14 years at Samusng, Accenture, Red Hat with an expert in Container, DevOps, JBoss middleware, PaaS, and OpenShift, etc. I've been delivering customer technical seminar, workshop to elaborate new technologies like container(docker, rocket), k8s, mesos, docker swarm, openstack, sdn, sds, etc. for strategic customers, partners, contributors, even developers with Red Hat... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

16:45

Sizing Ceph and Gluster Workloads
The Storage ecosystem group have worked with a number of hardware vendors to make your and your customer's lives easier when correctly sizing Ceph and Gluster workloads for our target use cases. Come and learn how to use these tools to reduce pre-sales effort and make customers feel confident in our solutions

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Hatfield

Andrew Hatfield

Practice Lead - Cloud Storage and Big Data, Red Hat
Andrew has over 20 years experience in the IT industry across APAC, specialising in Databases, Directory Systems, Groupware, Virtualisation and Storage for Enterprise and Government organisations. When not helping customers slash costs and increase agility by moving to the software-defined storage future, he's enjoying the subtle tones of Islay Whisky and shredding pow pow on the world's best snowboard resorts


Monday September 5, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

16:45

Modernized Application Architecture
In this session you will learn about Red Hat’s vision and strategy to give a pathway for the enterprise to modernise their application architecture.
We will demonstrate how to assemble the constituents of this architecture using Red Hat technology stack.

Speakers
avatar for Bruno Georges

Bruno Georges

Red Hat
*Bruno Georges* is the Director, Global Platforms Engineering for JBoss,Red Hat. In his current role, Bruno manages Middleware Engineering teamsand projects, including Research and Prototyping, Wildfly-Swarm(Microservices), Node.JS, Hawkular (Monitoring andManagement). Bruno has over 20 years IT experience working in the Financialand Telco industries, where he has been primarily involved with thearchitecture of eCommerce Solutions and managing... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

16:45

Understaning the Landscape in APAC
In this session, I would like to gain feedback from the APAC region and understand what technical and business concepts need to be covered by the BUs around containers, container management, container infrastructure, and container orchestration.

I would like to take feedback to the RHEL, CloudForms, and OpenShift Business Units around joint solutions.

Speakers
avatar for Scott McCarty

Scott McCarty

Senior Strategist, Containers, Red Hat
At Red Hat, Scott McCarty helps to educate IT professionals, customers, and partners on all aspects of Linux containers, from organizational transformation to technical implementation, and works to advance Red Hat's go-to-market strategy around containers and related technologies. He also liaises with engineering teams, both at the product and upstream project level, to help drive innovation by using feedback from Red Hat customers and partners... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

17:30

Blockchain - what is it and why do i care?
Brief description of what blockchain is, and how it works. Why it's important to us today.

Speakers
SV

Scott van Kalken

Solution Architect, Red Hat
I like to talk about blockchain technology and how it's going to change the world. I also like financial markets and derivatives.


Monday September 5, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

17:30

Business Conversations made easy with Business Capabilites. How to add real value to those meetings!
Business Capabilites are a great & easy tool to translate between IT and Business. This session introduces Business Capabilities as a means of engaging with our prospects/customers' business functions. Business Capabilities enable business conversations and help translating between products, technical topics and business architectures. Business Capability Roadmap conversations help Red Hat to be seen as a strategic partner by our customers business sponsors and Enterprise Architecture Functions.
This session introduces the necessary terms, concepts and walks  you through an example on how to use Business Capabilities with your prospects and customers.
The hands-on lab component will enable you to replicate Business Capability conversations in your accounts.

Ideally you will have selected a prospect/customer you would like to have Business Capability conversations with and downloaded the related industry PCF from https://www.apqc.org/

Speakers
avatar for Andreas Spanner

Andreas Spanner

Enterprise Architect, Red Hat


Monday September 5, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

17:30

DevOps Realization with OpenShift on OpenStack
A strategic Korean customer is currently operating RH OpenStack with RH Ceph storage for providing private and public cloud as IaaS. Now they is preparing CaaS(Container as a Service) using RH OpenShift Enterprise and in the end, they want to realize DevOps platform. Because Red Hat (APAC SSO Team, KR SA Team) has delivered DevOps discovery session(workshop), proof of concepts of RH OSE successfully.
This is great use case to implement DevOps with RH technologies such as products, solution, hybrid cloud architecture. So I will talk about value proposition in terms of how RH cloud products enables the customer to implement containerized application on PaaS from on-premise Frankenstein applications, create new business services, reduce maintenance cost, and so on.
I will also share customer's pain points(e.g. Low DevOps maturity) and how to solve that challenges with expertise, technologies, and consulting services. This would be great use case to complete RH Cloud Suite Stack in the future.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Oh

Daniel Oh

AppDev Solution Architect, Red Hat
Daniel Oh is an AppDev Solution Architect at Red Hat and I've working over 14 years at Samusng, Accenture, Red Hat with an expert in Container, DevOps, JBoss middleware, PaaS, and OpenShift, etc. I've been delivering customer technical seminar, workshop to elaborate new technologies like container(docker, rocket), k8s, mesos, docker swarm, openstack, sdn, sds, etc. for strategic customers, partners, contributors, even developers with Red Hat... Read More →


Monday September 5, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

17:30

How to present on the relationship between Kubernetes and OpenShift
I have given a few talks showing the relationship between kubernetes and OpenShift. I try to talk about why kubernetes is awesome but also what we have contributed to the community, as well what we have added on top of it. This talk will help you to talk about the relationship between Kubernetes and OpenShift. You will also be able to discuss the value added on top by Red Hat and the OpenShift team.

Speakers
avatar for Steven Pousty

Steven Pousty

Developer Evangelist, Red Hat
OpenShift, Java, Python, application development, containers, ecology, food, bird watching, and fishing


Monday September 5, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

19:00

Garden Dinner
Garden Dinner, Indoor and outdoor. Wear light clothes, if possible branded with technology, Star Wars, Matrix, geek.com etc.

Buses will leave from Le Meridien to Quan Bui Garden at 6:30.

The (corrected) address is:
Quan Bui garden, 55 Ngo Quang Huy, Thao Dien, D2

Monday September 5, 2016 19:00 - 22:00
Quan Bui Garden Quan Bui garden 55 Ngo Quang Huy, Thao Dien, D2
 
Tuesday, September 6
 

09:00

OSPd: a view from the field.
Deploying OpenStack at Red Hat has a long history with various deployments tools, but now, the dust has finally settled on OSP Director. It is an incredibly flexible yet notoriously difficult tool to use. However once you understand the nuances required by it, it is suitable for a wide-range of OpenStack deployments. But be aware this doesn't mean it's easy to deploy OpenStack in the enterprise!

In this session, we will share our experience as consultants and architects of wrangling director and provide feedback from the field. From project management, to discovery workshop to delivery you'll learn how to design and manage a sucessful deployment.

Various technical topics will be addressed, we will present generalities around how OSP Director is working, show you how to debug a failed deployment, how to save time when you're deploying on site and how to come prepared.

Speakers
avatar for Alexandre Maumené

Alexandre Maumené

Senior Technical Cloud Consultant, Red Hat
Alex is a devops focused on automating and industrializing his work as much as possible, but he is very familiar and highly passionate about debugging on the opensource software he currently works on. His focus is on OpenStack, Ceph and MongoDB since joining eNovance (bought by Red Hat in 2014) in late 2011 but he still loves to work on BSD and on different network projects in his spare time.
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August Simonelli

Cloud Consultant, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

09:00

CloudForms 4 Demo: Customer Use Cases
Currently working on a customer engagement involving CF3.2 to CF4.1 on top of RHOS8. There are some use cases which requires custom automation and I wish to have this shared with the wider audience. I'm planning to have this session done along with another SA, Abhilash SV (asv@redhat.com)

Speakers
avatar for Sreejith Anujan

Sreejith Anujan

Solution Architect, Red Hat
Primarily focused on providing Cloud, Storage and Container based solutions to Red Hat's global customers and partners.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

09:00

Building CI/CD from Scratch
CI/CD is everywhere and is yet nowhere! In this session we will build a continuous delivery pipeline from scratch using OpenShift and demonstrate a day in the life of Dev and Ops when a change needs to go into production.

Speakers
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

09:00

Containers for Grownups: Migrating Traditional & Existing Applications
Many organizations have had success dabbling with with Linux Containers. Once you take a small project and have success, the epiphany happens - and you ask yourself: 1. What else can we containerize? 2. Can we put everything in containers? 3. How do we get traditional applications into containers? This talk will highlight technical and architectural considerations when moving existing applications to containers. Ranging from systemd, and storage to backups, and debugging applications in production, there are a lot of things to think about when migrating existing applications to containers and running them in production.
The audience is anyone interested in migrating existing applications to containers and running them in production. This is architects, systems administrators, and perhaps some ops focused developers (release engineers, etc).

This presentation will give operational confidence to people on the fence or just dabbling in containers. This will in turn lead to more shared experience and a bigger community of people running containers for real workloads. Currently, there is an extreme lack of operational confidence. Everyone is inventing the wheels right now. For example, people are just figuring out that they need HA with their registry servers. Second, there is a huge lack of knowledge around how to containerize optimally - one big container, many smaller containers (more difficult). Migrating an existing application is almost a Turing complete problem, we need to start collecting and discussing the best practices more to encourage wider adoption.

Speakers
avatar for Scott McCarty

Scott McCarty

Senior Strategist, Containers, Red Hat
At Red Hat, Scott McCarty helps to educate IT professionals, customers, and partners on all aspects of Linux containers, from organizational transformation to technical implementation, and works to advance Red Hat's go-to-market strategy around containers and related technologies. He also liaises with engineering teams, both at the product and upstream project level, to help drive innovation by using feedback from Red Hat customers and partners... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

10:00

Ceph iSCSI Integration
Ceph is an open-source, distributed, scale-out, software define storage platform.

For a number of years Ceph has been the de-facto storage platform for OpenStack clouds, delivering block, object and now file. The introduction of Red Hat Ceph Storage v2, delivers a solid foundation enabling Ceph to extend beyond cloud-centric solutions, into the 'legacy' enterprise space.

This session discusses the role that iSCSI will play in adding diversity to Ceph storage solutions, and looks at what features and capabilities we can expect to see in the next 6 months and beyond.

Speakers
PC

Paul Cuzner

Storage Architect, Red Hat
I've worked in IT for over 25 years, picking up more than my share of gray hairs. During that time I've had various techie roles across IBM mainframes, AIX, Linux and Windows...Until, one day 4 years ago, I saw the light and joined Red Hat! I live in New Zealand with my wife and son, focussing on all things Ceph and Gluster during the week...and avoiding DIY jobs at the weekend.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

10:00

OpenShift SDN and OpenStack-based NFV edge computing for IoT intelligent system

Our intelligent gateway can inter-work with NFV solutions in Telco domain such as NB-IoT, 5G MEC, CORD(CO Re-architect as DC) and etc. 
This session talks about OpenStack-based NFV edge computing that can run  OpenShift container platform for Intelligent gateway. And also explains about how our SDN partners (such  as "Nuage Networks") integrate their SDN components with OpenShift for OpenShift Container Networking.


Speakers
avatar for Hyde Sugiyama

Hyde Sugiyama

Senior Principal Technologist - APAC Office of Technology, Red Hat
28+ years experience in the Information Communications Technology industry. | Driving NFV/SDN technology partnership at Red Hat APAC Office of Technology.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

10:00

CIO Conversations - The Future Is Open
Communicating the changing business models and drivers from a Red Hat point of view is critical in getting an opportunity to showcase our solutions.  CIOs want to hear our story and how innovation in OSS is enabling companies to establish new business models.  This session is aimed at setting the tone with the CIOs which then can help us move further into next generation architecture led discussions and engagement themes around agile next generation hybrid infrastructure, devops (next generation app dev) and agile next generation integration / automation.

Speakers
VC

Viju Chakarapany

Director, Solution Architecture, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

10:00

Getting Dirty with Pipelines and Openshift

We are going to be talking about an application centric view of infrastructure - using pipelines to help show where infrastructure automation ends and application automation begins


Speakers
avatar for Michael Hepburn

Michael Hepburn

Cloud Application Architect, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

11:00

Ansiblelizing BAU
Challenges: Pressures to be faster, more predictable, higher quality, redude cost (Better, Faster, Cheaper)

1. Slow delivery of project
a. OS provisioning
b. Application Deployment
c. Storage

2. Maintenance
a. Lack of consistency
b. In efficient support
c. No recovery
d. Lack of testability

Solution:
1. Identify a collection of tools to attain solve the existing problem
2. Make sure that the tools selected encourage standards from the get go.
3. Make sure that the solution is reusable

Outcome:
1. Drive standardization
2. Consistency and compliance
3. Auto-build and tear down ability
4. Speed of change on environment
5. Reduce Cost

Speakers

Tuesday September 6, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

11:00

Common Log Aggregation across Red Hat Products and how that will improve life our customer
The use of ELK (Elastic, Logstash and Kibana) and variants (EFK - Elastic, Fluentd and Kibana) for log aggregation is well understood. What is missing is how aggregated logging can be used for advanced diagnostics, monitoring and auditing across Red Hat product portfolio.

The answer starts with capturing the right data, cleaning of data with filtering, addition of metadata at various stages of the log data pipeline and finally to visualize the indexed data with advanced queries and dashboards built using Kibana.

Common logging is a Red Hat project and product with the above vision and purpose. Come share our experiences and plans for Common Logging for OpenStack and OpenShift and others. This will include an update on product architecture and design, current status (and demo) and future plans. And we will show you how to improve the life the customer (including developers and operators) with canned queries and dashboards in Kibana for right diagnostics and audit.

Speakers
avatar for Tushar Katarki

Tushar Katarki

Architect, Red Hat
Tushar Katarki is a senior technology professional with experience in datacenter and cloud architecture, product management and engineering. He is currently an Portfolio Integration Architect at Red Hat driving cross product architecture and integration across Red Hat and partner products (including OpenStack). Prior to the current role, Tushar has been a product manager and a developer at Red Hat, Oracle (Sun Microsystems), Polycom, Sycamore... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

11:00

Microservices Playground/Demo
Demonstration includes:  Spring Boot, Wildfly Swarm, Vert.x, Hystrix, Feign, Zipkin, Blue/Green and a Jenkins-driven continous delivery pipeline all running on OpenShift via the CDK
 

Speakers
avatar for Burr Sutter

Burr Sutter

Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

11:00

SOA vs Microservices - A Comparison
Come opinionated, be passionate. Share you views but expect and respect different point of views as well.
This interactive session is a round table with Senior Red Hat Architects & Consultants to look closer into SOA and Microservices. We will be looking into different aspects of the architecture such as service categorisation, components and component sharing, transactional boundaries, service contracts, service orchestration & choreography, protocol and message transformation and hence the need for a middleware component, message enhancement, API Facades, Service ownership and more.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Hepburn

Michael Hepburn

Cloud Application Architect, Red Hat
avatar for Mark Little

Mark Little

Red Hat
I WORK FOR RED HAT, WHERE I LEAD JBOSS TECHNICAL DIRECTION AND RESEARCH/DEVELOPMENT. PRIOR TO THIS I WAS SOA TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGER AND DIRECTOR OF STANDARDS. I WAS CHIEF ARCHITECT AND CO-FOUNDER AT ARJUNA TECHNOLOGIES, AN HP SPIN-OFF (WHERE I WAS A DISTINGUISHED ENGINEER). I'VE BEEN WORKING IN THE AREA OF RELIABLE DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS SINCE THE MID-80'S. MY PHD WAS ON FAULT-TOLERANT DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS, REPLICATION AND TRANSACTIONS. I'M... Read More →
NO

Noel O'Connor

Principal Consultant, Red Hat
All things Integration, Messaging and now Openshift.
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Andreas Spanner

Enterprise Architect, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

12:00

Lunch
Lunch - Coupons will be handed out with your lunch location. Please stick to it.

Tuesday September 6, 2016 12:00 - 13:00
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location

13:00

Hyper Converged solutions from Red Hat
Efficiency in the datacenter has never been more important. And Hyper Converged Infrastructure is an important IT efficiency trend and practice that is gaining increased traction in terms of both mindshare and actual implementation.

Red Hat has several Hyper Converged compute and storage solutions for various use cases: Red Hat OpenStack and Ceph for private clouds, RHEV and Gluster for traditional virtualized data centers and OpenShift and Gluster for containerized application environments.

We will introduce each of these solutions with motivation, goals, current status and plans including demos and performance numbers.

About the Authors:

Tushar Katarki is Portfolio Integration Architect with Red Hat Systems Design and Engineering team and is leading many initiatives including Portfolio Architecture Interlock (PAI), Common Logging and aggregation, and Hyper Converged solutions.

Steve Watt is a Consulting Software Engineer within Red Hat Emerging Technologies and is the lead architect for storage initiatives related to containers.

Sean Murphy is Principal Product Manager in ISBU and lead for number of solution initiatives including Hyper Converged compute and storage.

Speakers
avatar for Tushar Katarki

Tushar Katarki

Architect, Red Hat
Tushar Katarki is a senior technology professional with experience in datacenter and cloud architecture, product management and engineering. He is currently an Portfolio Integration Architect at Red Hat driving cross product architecture and integration across Red Hat and partner products (including OpenStack). Prior to the current role, Tushar has been a product manager and a developer at Red Hat, Oracle (Sun Microsystems), Polycom, Sycamore... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

13:00

Red Hat NFV Story & Journey
What is Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), state of the industry /standardization, Red Hat position in NFV industry / success stories, Service Provider approaches

Speakers
avatar for Timo Jokiaho

Timo Jokiaho

Technologist - Telco & NFV, Red Hat
Being a Simple Finnish Engineer, spent a long time at Nokia networking side, few years at Huawei Technologies and some time at Samsung Electronics. Strong experience on telco networking and "highly available" software platforms for network elements.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

13:00

End to End Security Compliance with Red Hat Satellite 6.2
OpenSCAP provides practical security hardening advice for Red Hat products and links to compliance requirements, making deployment activities like certification and accreditation easier. Included in Red Hat Satellite 6 are a suite of tools to make security compliance automation simpler for the enterprise. This session will include:

- A discussion of various compliance tools shipped in RHEL (openscap, scap-workbench, anaconda extensions to SCAP)
- Using scap-workbench to customize compliance policies
- Leveraging Satellite to audit systems based upon that policy.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Dingman

Andrew Dingman

GPTE Trainer and Developer, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

13:00

Introducing Red Hat Mobile 4.0 MBaaS running on OpenShift Container Platform 3
Red Hat Mobile recently introduced v4.0 of its MBaaS (Mobile Back-End as a Service). This MBaas can be deployed to OpenShift Container Platform 3 wherever OpenShift itself is deployed, including On-Premise. In this session, we'll talk about the new offering and how it's structured. We'll also do a demo of an installation of a non-Production version of the MBaaS. Finally, we'll talk about how this differs from a Production install and the plans for running the entire Platform on OpenShift.

Speakers
avatar for Conor O'Neill

Conor O'Neill

Product Manager, Mobile, Red Hat
Conor is Product Manager Mobile in Red Hat. He has over 20 years experience in the software industry. He previously held the position of Product Management Director for FeedHenry, acquired by Red Hat in 2014. He has worked in diverse areas from Embedded to Enterprise to Mobile with companies such as S3/Philips, Integral Design, Xilinx, EMC & McAfee and has co-founded three start-ups. Outside of his day job, he plays with hardware/IoT and runs... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

14:00

NFV Readiness
Technical dive on NFV Readiness (aka Carrier Grade). Red Hat is investing a lot of engineering resources to make RHOSP NFV Ready. Topics covered include: Performance (networking in particular) and Availability.

Speakers
avatar for Timo Jokiaho

Timo Jokiaho

Technologist - Telco & NFV, Red Hat
Being a Simple Finnish Engineer, spent a long time at Nokia networking side, few years at Huawei Technologies and some time at Samsung Electronics. Strong experience on telco networking and "highly available" software platforms for network elements.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

14:00

Red Hat Cloud Roadmap
Interested in learning about how Red Hat is bringing it's product and technologies together to solve customer problems? This is the talk for you! Learn about how Red Hat's product roadmaps come together to help customers deliver existing applications faster on optimized infrastructure, build scalable infrastructure, and modernize their development and operations processes and architectures to become a digital business. Products covered will include all those in Red Hat Cloud Suite including:
- OpenShift Enterprise
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform
- Red Hat CloudForms
- Red Hat Satellite
- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
As a bonus, you'll see some of the new tools Red Hat is rolling out to help customers use our portfolio with less friction!

Speakers
JW

Jesse Wu

Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

14:00

Red Hat Satellite + Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: Bringing Lifecycle Management to the Advanced Datacenter
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and Red Hat Satellite are both very powerful products in their domain. While Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization focuses on virtualized datacenter management, Red Hat Satellite focuses on host life cycle and content management. Combining the two make it easier to deploy and manage the advanced datacenter. This session will cover the integration of RHEV & Satellite.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Dingman

Andrew Dingman

GPTE Trainer and Developer, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

14:00

Technical Sales: Influencing the CIO
Conversations with a customer's CIO and those who influence him are a very different matter from talking to the customer's technical staff. Understanding the difference between technical sales with a technical focus and technical sales with a business focus is a critical skill. In this session, Thomas Cameron will discuss what he's learned in over a decade of SA work at Red Hat, with the last 4 years targeting CIOs and their advisors. He'll talk about what works, what to avoid, and when it makes sense to go for the CIO meeting vs. talking to the CIO's advisors. He'll also talk about how SAs can create an online presence so that CIOs and their advisors will want to talk to the SA.

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Cameron

Thomas Cameron

Chief Architect, Central US, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

15:00

JBoss BPMSuite and RH-SSO: Single Sign On in a Process world
Red Hat Single Sign On is an authentication server for web applications, mobile applications and RESTful web services, based on the OpenID Connect and SAML v2. It provides out-of-the-box login and client modules for JBoss EAP and JavaScript. Red Hat SSO is shipped as a tech-preview with JBoss BPMSuite 6.3.0.GA.

In this session we will look at how the Red Hat SSO platform allows us to architect, design and develop a Single-Sign-On solution based on OpenID Connect between an AngularJS client application and business processes running on the JBoss BPMSuite platform 6. We will show how we can integrate KIE-Server, the BPMSuite light-weight, cloud-ready, runtime engine with RH-SSO for seamless user and role propagation from client to business process.

The session will include a live demo of a small sample application that's readily available on Github and which can be used as demo material for customer pre-sales engagements.

Speakers

Tuesday September 6, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

15:00

NEC Cloud System - Open Source NFV Build model
The session talks about an NEC Cloud System's NFV solution. The NEC Cloud System is RHOSP embedded NFV Platform that meet carrier's requirement.
The solution covers NFV edge computing by using other Red Hat portfolio such as OpenShift & Container, JBoss that Red Hat SAs can co-work with NEC/NetCracker to expand ICT business together.

Speakers
avatar for Hyde Sugiyama

Hyde Sugiyama

Senior Principal Technologist - APAC Office of Technology, Red Hat
28+ years experience in the Information Communications Technology industry. | Driving NFV/SDN technology partnership at Red Hat APAC Office of Technology.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

15:00

API Management on OpenShift
APIs are critical for any modern application and nowadays they are everywhere,the rapid growth of API-oriented application, had enterprises search increasing for the needs of API management
We will start off with an API exposed by JBoss Fuse on the cloud and show you how Red Hat's API management platform address the concerns of security, performance, life cycle, and governance.
This role-played session will talk participant through a journey of how to manage exposed API and also go through the concepts of API management.

Speakers
avatar for Christina Wei Mei Lin

Christina Wei Mei Lin

JBoss Technology Evangelist, Red Hat
Christina Lin is a Red Hat JBoss technology evangelist, focused on integration for the Red Hat JBoss A-MQ and Red Hat JBoss Fuse products. | She has worked in software inte
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

15:00

IoT platform using OSS on OpenShift
Japanese ISP has been planning to create IoT platform using their OSS called Meshblue [2] on OpenShift Enterprise since last winter. Red Hat Japan is currently assisting the customer with middleware and platform consultants through PoC because we have two key factors to successfully design their IoT platform; one is how to deploy their application through REST API and the other is how we should design OpenShift Cluster itself, for example, Persistent Storage, High Availability, and application life cycle, etc.
We will present how we assisted the customer to accomplish their goal in the view point of both the software development and OpenShift infrastructure and why we need cooperation between middleware and platform consultant as well.

Speakers
avatar for Naoya Hashimoto

Naoya Hashimoto

Platform Consultant, Red Hat
Joined Red Hat Apr, 2015 as a platform consultant at Tokyo, Japan and have been working on OpenShift as a platform consultant for about a year. This is the second time to join RHTE and the first time to join as a speaker. I recognize myself more Ops than Dev and getting more opportunities to work with MW consultant or DevOps SA recently, which is very exciting. | Last but not least, I make a habit to run and enjoy craft beer when I travel... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

15:30

Break
Break

Tuesday September 6, 2016 15:30 - 16:00
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location

16:00

Beyond the toe in the pool: Cloud as a transformative technology
Many customers are trying out cloud computing - "dipping their toe in the pool." This session will talk about what to discuss with customers to take them beyond the proof of concept to transforming their business using cloud technologies. Thomas Cameron will discuss the realities of business transformation, private cloud, public cloud, where DevOps fits in, how to help customers determine which workloads are easy to move, how to successfully integrate with legacy systems, what "business disruption" really means, and when and how to recommend that your customers move to cloud.

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Cameron

Thomas Cameron

Chief Architect, Central US, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

16:00

Red Hat NFV Ecosystem
Red Hat NFV ecosystem, ETSI NFV PoCs and other PoCs, VNF (Virtual Networks Function) Certification / Validation.

Speakers
avatar for Timo Jokiaho

Timo Jokiaho

Technologist - Telco & NFV, Red Hat
Being a Simple Finnish Engineer, spent a long time at Nokia networking side, few years at Huawei Technologies and some time at Samsung Electronics. Strong experience on telco networking and "highly available" software platforms for network elements.


Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

16:00

Lessons learned from WebSphere MQ to JBoss A-MQ migration
Client connectivity is a key for migrating applications from WebSphere MQ to JBoss A-MQ. JBoss A-MQ now supports Java/C++ clients using AMQP 1.0 as its messaging protocol. In this session, the speaker would tell you some pitfalls experienced in the migration, and also gives you practical tips to implement AMQP clients connecting to A-MQ brokers.

Speakers
avatar for Fusayuki Minamoto

Fusayuki Minamoto

Principal Consultant, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

16:00

Enterprise App meets OpenShift to achieve rapid delivery
QUALICA, Inc. provides services and solutions for manufacturing industry, distribution and service industry with strong familiarity of manufacturing processes and one-stop support for high quality goods. At first, they could not do rapid service delivery. Why? Their application framework is standardized, but each customer has varied requirements. Therefore, they have to customize configuration for each customer, and that takes time.
We will present how we assisted the customer to overcome the time-consuming customization and accomplish their goal of rapid service delivery by introducing OpenShift Enterprise 3.0 and their JBoss EAP app on OpenShift [2].

Speakers
avatar for Naoya Hashimoto

Naoya Hashimoto

Platform Consultant, Red Hat
Joined Red Hat Apr, 2015 as a platform consultant at Tokyo, Japan and have been working on OpenShift as a platform consultant for about a year. This is the second time to join RHTE and the first time to join as a speaker. I recognize myself more Ops than Dev and getting more opportunities to work with MW consultant or DevOps SA recently, which is very exciting. | Last but not least, I make a habit to run and enjoy craft beer when I travel... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

16:45

Red Hat Virtualization 4 Overview
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 4 is a complete solution for servers and desktops. In this presentation we will discuss the new features delivered by RHEV 4's highly available and resilient infrastructure.

Speakers

Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

16:45

War stories and experience sharing on NFV POC
We have been involved in a number of POC for NFV and would like to share some experience on the challenges and lesson learnt Would like to keep it interactive so that other SA can contribute as well

Speakers
avatar for Hwee Ming Ng

Hwee Ming Ng

Principal Technologist (Telco), Red Hat
Hwee Ming is a Principal Technologist with Red Hat covering the Telco domain. She is based in Singapore and supporting the APJ region focusing on emerging Red Hat Technologies. She has been working with service provider with adopting these technologies for NFV and has worked on multiple NFV POC across the regions. | | Before Red Hat, Hwee Ming worked with HP and she has over 15 years' experience in the industry covering a wide range of... Read More →


Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

16:45

Microservices In The Real-World
Interactive session on microservices, hear what your colleagues are experiencing in the real-world - hear about a bank going from a 3 month to 1 week deployment cycle - bring your best war stories.

Speakers
avatar for Burr Sutter

Burr Sutter

Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

16:45

DevOps Containerised Persistent Storage
Persistent storage for containers is hard - for everyone else. Red Hat is uniquely positioned with Container Native Storage provided by Gluster and OpenShift. See how we can provide devops teams with orchestratable storage for their container workloads

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Hatfield

Andrew Hatfield

Practice Lead - Cloud Storage and Big Data, Red Hat
Andrew has over 20 years experience in the IT industry across APAC, specialising in Databases, Directory Systems, Groupware, Virtualisation and Storage for Enterprise and Government organisations. When not helping customers slash costs and increase agility by moving to the software-defined storage future, he's enjoying the subtle tones of Islay Whisky and shredding pow pow on the world's best snowboard resorts


Tuesday September 6, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

17:30

Red Hat Associates Only - Achieve customer success + grow your career via CoPs (CoP & career advancement use cases)
Red Hat Associates Only. Partners have free and easy night - This session will cover use cases and a panel of associates who have grown their career through CoPs. This could mean a promotion to a new role, or just global acknowledgement and recognition. Be ready to ASK, LISTEN, LEAD and GROW through CoPs.

Suggested panelists
- August Simonelli (APAC) - OpenStack CoP - presentation on APAC All Hands Call
- Jerome Marc - Cloud Orchestration Platforms CoP - (from APAC SA to NA BU)
- Bart van den Heuvel, Duncan Doyle (EMEA) - received promotions
- Vinny Valdez, Zohaib Khan (NA) - received promotions
- Josh Waldman (NA) - Mobile CoP - Go Live Live - recognition (does not have to be present… can find another person)

Other CoP topics of interest
- Overall CoP Program update (1 slide)
- David Joo (APAC) - new CoP Manager (Automation CoP) - talk about starting a new CoP
- Containers & PaaS CoP - NEED an APAC co-manager

Speakers
avatar for Phyllis Fann

Phyllis Fann

CoP Momma / RHSE Program Manager, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

17:30

Red Hat Associates Only - Better Presentations, Smarter Conversations ( redhat.slides.com )
Red Hat Associates only. Partners have a free and easy evening - 

Present with quality and flexibility,
Stalk your audience 
collaborate with others.
Scale your stories 

And most importantly, be always on brand ;-)

Speakers
avatar for Andy Fitzsimon

Andy Fitzsimon

Brand Manager, Red Hat


Tuesday September 6, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

17:30

Red Hat Associates Only - Road Warrior - Starting and Owning Your RHSE Learning Paths
RH Only - Learning is a continuous activity and primary source of empowerment which makes it important to control your own learning path within Red Hat.
This session will introduce the newly launched RHSE Learning Platform (redhat.pathgather.com) and explore in further detail on how one can leverage an RHSE learning path to know:

What/when/how to learn?
The Journey Demo - Moving From Foundation to Advanced Proficiency Level and achieve your accreditation
Community Driven Learning Paths
Q&A

The RHSE Learning Platform provides an engaging self service learning platform that aggregates all the different learning content within Red Hat as well as external learning resources through the use of a learning path.

Proficiency Level - Foundation to Advanced

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Phuah

Jeremy Phuah

Global Consulting Enablement, Red Hat
I'm with the Global Partner Technical Enablement team and I manage the Consulting Enablement Strategy for Red Hat. | Ask me about | GPTE, Enablement, RHSE, Learning Paths, Consulting Onboarding, Consulting Readiness, Pathgather


Tuesday September 6, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

17:30

Red Hat Associates Only - Training the Warrior - Highlights of the Middleware Solutions Learning Paths (RHSE and OPEN Program)
Red Hat Associates Only, Partners have a free and easy night - There is a new genre of courses for the Middleware Solutions Practice. I will be showcasing highlights of the new Middleware Solutions learning paths, including (a) killer Homework Assignments, (b) comprehensive pre-requisite courses and (c) lab based assets. Raise your JBoss and xPaaS skills to the highest level possible, with knowledge that only these learning paths can bring.

Speakers
avatar for Hong Hua Chin

Hong Hua Chin

Solution Architect, Red Hat
JBOSS, MICROSERVICES, XPAAS, ESB, BPM, JAVA PROGRAMMING


Tuesday September 6, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan
 
Wednesday, September 7
 

09:00

Red Hat associates Only [ANZ|KOREA] - Project Management - The catalyst for Customer and Team Success
Red Hat Associates Only from ANZ and Korea - "Why selling Project Management is important. How Project Managers help drive Project Success, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty. What Project Management resources are available to you."

Speakers
avatar for Geoff Gardner

Geoff Gardner

Global Customer Experience, Project Quality & Risk Management Lead, Red Hat
Customer Experience, CSat, Project Quality, Risk Management, Agile and anything Project Management related...
JK

Jodie Kane

Project Manager, Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

09:00

Red Hat Associates Only [ASEAN|INDIA] - Project Management - the catalyst for Customer and Team Success
Red Hat associates from ASEAN and India only - Why selling Project Management is important. How Project Managers help drive Project Success, Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty. What Project Management resources are available to you.

Speakers
avatar for Olivier Pelloie

Olivier Pelloie

PMO Lead, APAC, Red Hat
My 3 hats in Red Hat: Risk Management, Project Management, Customer Satisfaction.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

09:00

Red Hat Associates Only [GCG] - Project Management - The catalyst for Customer and Team Success
Red Hat associates from CCG Only - Learn how to use a single tool (The Project Workbook) to plan & execute your own projects according to the “PM Lite” Methodology for Consultants. This session explains the Lite Methodology and connect each activity to the supporting section in the Project Workbook. A simple & multi-purpose tool to help you achieve higher Customer Satisfaction.

Speakers
ML

Mingyu Li

Project manager, Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

09:00

Red Hat Associates Only [JAPAN] - Project Management - The catalyst for Customer and Team Success
Red Hat associates from Japan only - Learn how to use a single tool (The Project Workbook) to plan & execute your own projects according to the “PM Lite” Methodology for Consultants. This session explains the Lite Methodology and connect each activity to the supporting section in the Project Workbook. A simple & multi-purpose tool to help you achieve higher Customer Satisfaction.

Speakers
MO

Masaya Okada

Project Manager, Red Hat
JT

Junichiro Takagi

Delivery lead, Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

10:00

Linux Containers 201
Linux Containers have been around for years, but they didn’t gain popularity until the Docker format made them easy to use. Docker made it so easy to move and run containers, that it’s difficult to understand how the technology works. Linux Containers rely on web technologies and the operating system. This talk will explore the fundamentals.

This talk will enable attendees to think and speak about containers in terms of operating system fundamentals. This will allow consultants, pre-sales and others to be thought leaders in their accounts. It will give them the confidence to apply their current technical knowledge in the context of Linux Containers, enabling them to create new architectures and enable sales, and implementation.

This will build on foundational knowledge from the Linux Containers 101 class and will assume a working understanding of running, building, and sharing Docker containers. This class will be a mix of slides, drawings and demos which will provide attendees with deeper knowledge in how containers work, and the difference between containers and virtualization.

Speakers
avatar for Scott McCarty

Scott McCarty

Senior Strategist, Containers, Red Hat
At Red Hat, Scott McCarty helps to educate IT professionals, customers, and partners on all aspects of Linux containers, from organizational transformation to technical implementation, and works to advance Red Hat's go-to-market strategy around containers and related technologies. He also liaises with engineering teams, both at the product and upstream project level, to help drive innovation by using feedback from Red Hat customers and partners... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

10:00

Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director Technical Deep Dive
In this deep dive implementation session, you'll learn how to successfully deploy and scale Red Hat OpenStack Platform with Red Hat's best practices for integrating Red Hat Ceph Storage, taking into consideration high availability and the deployment and usage of Director for massive scalability. Learn the tips and tricks, while avoiding typical pitfalls to ensure you're successful.

Speakers

Wednesday September 7, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

10:00

Red Hat Single Sign-On for multi-tenant applications and IoT
With the proliferation of public cloud services combined with the rise of IoT and the increasing uptake of as-a-Service offerings, many organisations are looking at SaaS as a way to extract more value from existing intellectual property, drive greater efficiency and defend established market positions.The move towards SaaS and IoT drives a stronger need for isolation, de-centralisation and scalability of the authentication and authorisation concerns of applications and associated APIs.We will present the architecture and technical aspects our recent project work with Red Hat Single Sign-On to provide security in multi-tenant SaaS environments. This will cover:Patterns for dealing with multi-tenant environments.Integrating Red Hat Single Sign-on with API gateways (Nginx) for API security.PKI lifecycle management and automation.Securing IoT device fleets using Red Hat Single Sign-On.Automating configuration management of Red Hat Single Sign-On in a DevOps environment.We will also share our experience positioning Red Hat Single Sign-On and JBoss Core Services Collection to provide more value to Red Hat JBoss Middleware customers.

Speakers
avatar for Clemens Berndt

Clemens Berndt

Principal Consultant, SECTION6


Wednesday September 7, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

10:00

An Advanced Demo of Red Hat Mobile Application Platform including back-end connectivity
In this session we'll do an end-to-end demo of an advanced mobile solution. This will include a Database Connecter, the API Mapper, a Forms Data Source, Mobile Forms, the Build Farm and the Enterprise App Store. It will highlight many of the advanced features of the platform and how they can all work together.

Speakers
avatar for Conor O'Neill

Conor O'Neill

Product Manager, Mobile, Red Hat
Conor is Product Manager Mobile in Red Hat. He has over 20 years experience in the software industry. He previously held the position of Product Management Director for FeedHenry, acquired by Red Hat in 2014. He has worked in diverse areas from Embedded to Enterprise to Mobile with companies such as S3/Philips, Integral Design, Xilinx, EMC & McAfee and has co-founded three start-ups. Outside of his day job, he plays with hardware/IoT and runs... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

11:00

Linux Containers 301
Linux Containers have been around for years, but they didn’t gain popularity until the Docker format made them easy to use. Docker made it so easy to move and run containers, that it’s difficult to understand how the technology works. Linux Containers rely on web technologies and the operating system. This talk will explore the fundamentals.

This talk will help attendees explore advanced concepts in Linux Containers including determining which applications are easy to migrate to containers, and how to do it. We also cover some advanced use cases for super privileged containers.

This will build on foundational knowledge from the Linux Containers 101 class and will assume a working understanding of Linux internals including, system calls, kernel and user space separation, Linux capabilities, and SELinux, cgroups, and SECCOMP. This class will be taught trough a combination of slides, drawings, and demos. After attending, an attendee should be comfortable building fundamentally new architectures using Linux/Docker Containers.

Speakers
avatar for Scott McCarty

Scott McCarty

Senior Strategist, Containers, Red Hat
At Red Hat, Scott McCarty helps to educate IT professionals, customers, and partners on all aspects of Linux containers, from organizational transformation to technical implementation, and works to advance Red Hat's go-to-market strategy around containers and related technologies. He also liaises with engineering teams, both at the product and upstream project level, to help drive innovation by using feedback from Red Hat customers and partners... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

11:00

OpenShift and Infrastructure Provider Integration, how we get along
In this session we will provide an overview on integrating OpenShift into 5 infrastructure providers: AWS, GCE, VMware, RHEL OSP and Azure. Come join us on this journey to see our best practices and lessons learned! We'll use orchestration tools like Ansible, provider native (think CloudFormation, Deployment manager) provider CLIs and more to bootstrap these PaaS integrations which leverage a common architecture that can be applied to any platform. In addition, we'll show how OpenShift can leverage different aspects of each provider; including storage, load balancers, DNS and identity.  We will have individual sessions that will go into each provider in more detail.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Collier

Scott Collier

Sr Principal Software Engineer - Cloud, Red Hat
Scott works on the Red Hat Systems Engineering team. They are responsible for making sure Red Hat products work well together. Recently, they have been focused on OpenShift on {AWS, GCE, VMware, Azure, RHEL OSP} and they look for integration points such as storage, authentication, and networking.
GW

Glenn West

Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

11:00

Advanced Application Lifecycle Management using Red Hat Mobile
In this session we go beyond development and look at all of the application lifecycle management features of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform. This includes Lifecycle Management itself, Teams and Collaborations and FHC/Git for external tooling integration. We will also talk about Jenkins integration, the use of TravisCI/CircleCI and some of our test-focused templates.

Speakers
avatar for Conor O'Neill

Conor O'Neill

Product Manager, Mobile, Red Hat
Conor is Product Manager Mobile in Red Hat. He has over 20 years experience in the software industry. He previously held the position of Product Management Director for FeedHenry, acquired by Red Hat in 2014. He has worked in diverse areas from Embedded to Enterprise to Mobile with companies such as S3/Philips, Integral Design, Xilinx, EMC & McAfee and has co-founded three start-ups. Outside of his day job, he plays with hardware/IoT and runs... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

11:00

Wow! I didn't know Red Hat did that! The Red Hat portfolio - pitching to the new customer
Take the role of the customer and participate in a session that covers the whole Red Hat portfolio (or as much as possible!). No fluff here. Just product after product after product! Let's see how many can be covered!

Google slides version of presso:

https://docs.google.com/a/redhat.com/presentation/d/1P51rzApCzbyiSvMVuJZdJdDMHnhOlzcyKIDhe09Pxqs/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Wayne Boxall

Wayne Boxall

Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat
I have been in the IT industry for over 26 years and in that time I have held pre-sales roles in organisations such as IBM/Lotus, Microsoft, Telstra and Polycom. My focus area have been predominately improving communication and collaboration within organsations. | | I have worked for Red Hat for 11 months and my focus area is platform and cloud technologies.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

12:00

Lunch
Lunch - Coupons will be handed out with the lication of your lunch. Please stick to it.

Wednesday September 7, 2016 12:00 - 13:00
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location

13:00

Enabling BRMS HA Complex Event Processing with JBoss Data Grid
Architecting and designing a JBoss BRMS highly available Complex Event Processing (CEP) platform has many challenges. Statefulness of the platform, replicating sessions across nodes and/or datacenters, the processing of a continuous stream of possibly correlated events, etc.

In this session we will look at an architecture and design that utilises concepts like event partitioning and event sourcing to realise a highly available CEP engine based on JBoss BRMS and JBoss DataGrid. This work is the result of an initial PoC and project executed at Lottomatica in Italy, one the largest gaming companies in the world.

A demo will be provided that shows the concepts and platform in action.

Speakers

Wednesday September 7, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

13:00

Identity Management Lab
A hands-on workshop for familiarising participants with Red Hat Identity Management fundamentals. Participants will deploy a server and enrol client systems, manage users, hosts and services, define host-based access control policies, manage X.509 certificates and configure a web application to use IDM for authentication and authorisation. They will also learn about cross-realm trusts with Active Directory and have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss how IDM can solve customers' identity management problems, integrate with existing systems and deliver value for their enterprise.

NOTE TO ATTENDEES: to get the most out of the workshop, prior to the workshop please
follow the preparation instructions from https://github.com/freeipa/freeipa-workshop#preparation.
If you cannot do so, please come anyway - I will have the required software and VM images on
USB drives, or you can buddy up :)  If you run into issues, please email me at ftweedal@redhat.com.

Speakers
avatar for Fraser Tweedale

Fraser Tweedale

Software Developer, Red Hat
Fraser is a developer at Red Hat in Brisbane, Australia where he works on the FreeIPA identity management suite and Dogtag Certificate System. He is passionate about security and privacy and spends his evening exploring functional programming, theorem proving and category theory.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

13:00

Meet Customer Requirements Faster and Accelerate Red Hat Growth on Microsoft Azure (Level 300)
So you've moved your workloads to Microsoft Azure, but how else can Azure assist you in meeting customer requirements faster and accelerate future Red Hat growth? This is the second of two talks about Red Hat on Microsoft, make sure to get to both sessions!

We'll cover:
· Leveraging Azure Resource Manager to create re-usable deployment definitions for OpenShift Enterprise and other Red Hat solutions
· Leveraging Microsoft Operations Management Suite to:
o Gain immediate insights across workloads with log analytics
o Respond faster to security threats
o Ensure availability of apps and data
o Enable consistent control and compliance

Outcomes: You will have an overview of the additional capabilities Microsoft Azure provides to Linux workloads to automate solution deployments and instantly meet standard business requirements such as backup, logging, security etc.

Speakers
avatar for Ken Thompson

Ken Thompson

Open Source Guy - Australia & New Zealand, Microsoft
I'm the "Open Source Guy" at Microsoft Australia & New Zealand. Outside of work, I enjoy and like to think I'm a home handyman and automation guy... but my WAF rating says otherwise. I also spend too much time on my Retropie arcade! | | P.S. You might also remember me from my Red Hat days, culminating in my most successful achievement of winning the dance fight competition at the FY16 Apac Sales Kick Off.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

13:00

API based integration for microservices: Container Edition
JBoss Fuse is a lightweight integration framework that brings powerful integration capabilities to your apps whether deployed as cloud-native microserivces or traditional apps. Together with the decision server handling multitude of business events, and the scalability of OpenShift platform, they form the perfect CEP cloud based solution.

You will learn how to quickly build integrations through JBoss Fuse using circuilt-breaker and other microservices patterns and deploy them into containers on OpenShift.

The attendees have a chance to learn:
- How to create asynchronous event driven integration with Apache Camel and Apache ActiveMQ
- How to integrate routes and message events with Enterprise Integration Patters (EIP)
- Creating an API based architecture.
- How to deploy integration flows into a multi-container microservices application on OpenShift

Speakers
avatar for Christina Wei Mei Lin

Christina Wei Mei Lin

JBoss Technology Evangelist, Red Hat
Christina Lin is a Red Hat JBoss technology evangelist, focused on integration for the Red Hat JBoss A-MQ and Red Hat JBoss Fuse products. | She has worked in software inte
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

14:00

Going mobile with Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite and Red Hat JBoss BRMS
Get supercharged agility by combining Red Hat Mobile Application Platform and Red Hat's business process management (BPM) and business rules management system (BRMS) products, Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite and Red Hat JBoss BRMS. Come see how we took a fully dynamic web application driven by rules and created a native mobile application out of it in no time. We'll go over all the moving parts, show a little code, and demonstrate this solution with a quick survey app that is modified on the fly. See how straight-forward rules can create complex interactions in the app, and how processes in BPM can put some order to things. A slick dashboard tabulates the results, and all of this with a minimum amount of code. You'll walk away with some great insights into how these exciting technologies play together and ideas on how they could be a great solution to your next challenge.

Speakers
avatar for Maggie Hu

Maggie Hu

Sr. Middleware Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat
Maggie Hu is a Red Hat senior middleware specialist solution architect, who has extensive experience with various middleware solutions, ranging from application server, integration, portal, and automation—and now integration with Red Hat® Mobile Application Platform. She has served in both application and infrastructure roles at several leading enterprise technology companies. Prior to joining Red Hat, Maggie was a systems integration... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

14:00

Identity Management Lab
(CONTINUATION OF PREVIOUS SESSION...)

A hands-on workshop for familiarising participants with Red Hat Identity Management fundamentals. Participants will deploy a server and enrol client systems, manage users, hosts and services, define host-based access control policies, manage X.509 certificates and configure a web application to use IDM for authentication and authorisation. They will also learn about cross-realm trusts with Active Directory and have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss how IDM can solve customers' identity management problems, integrate with existing systems and deliver value for their enterprise.

NOTE TO ATTENDEES: to get the most out of the workshop, please follow
preparation instructions from https://github.com/freeipa/freeipa-workshop#preparation.
If you run into issues, please email me at ftweedal@redhat.com.

Speakers
avatar for Fraser Tweedale

Fraser Tweedale

Software Developer, Red Hat
Fraser is a developer at Red Hat in Brisbane, Australia where he works on the FreeIPA identity management suite and Dogtag Certificate System. He is passionate about security and privacy and spends his evening exploring functional programming, theorem proving and category theory.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

14:00

From Provisioning to Configuration with CloudForms and Ansible Integration
Learn how Ansible complement CloudForms. From Self-Service Catalog, you can deploy a new VM, install applications and configure it.

Speakers
avatar for Hwee Ming Ng

Hwee Ming Ng

Principal Technologist (Telco), Red Hat
Hwee Ming is a Principal Technologist with Red Hat covering the Telco domain. She is based in Singapore and supporting the APJ region focusing on emerging Red Hat Technologies. She has been working with service provider with adopting these technologies for NFV and has worked on multiple NFV POC across the regions. | | Before Red Hat, Hwee Ming worked with HP and she has over 15 years' experience in the industry covering a wide range of... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

14:00

Migrating Existing Puppet Environments to Satellite 6
A significant amount of customers already have Puppet in their environment, be it the community version, or Puppet Enterprise (PE). You know Satellite 6 integrates with PE already, but let's assume you want to move an existing Puppet environment, including existing workflows, into Satellite 6, how would you go about doing that? In this session, we'll focus on a fictive customer, ACME Corp., that currently works with r10k and community Puppet, completely outside of Satelite 6. We'll describe and demo a few steps to gradually move their workflow into Satellite 6 to allow them to start using the scalability of Satellite 6 capsules. We'll explore reporting to Satellite 6 only, how we can integrate the use of Hiera into Satellite 6, working with Satellite 6 and r10k and eventually moving to a content view-based workflow for the production environments.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Dingman

Andrew Dingman

GPTE Trainer and Developer, Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 14:00 - 14:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

15:00

Block Device Internal and performance tuning
Many engineer are not familiar with Storage and block device so we want to share block device focus on kernel side with audiences, and then sharing our knowledge and experience, and how to approach the performance tuning of block device.

We will present for block device internal and point out what configuration will be effected to the best performance from filesystem layer to block device layer. In additional, we discuss how to collaborate(interact) when we have performance issue between Consultant and CEE.

Speakers
JH

JinKoo Han

Technical Account Manager, Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

15:00

A Fuse/Data Virtualisation/BPMS Integrated Demo
Red Hat has been using the phrase “Accelerate, Integrate and Automate”, for sometime now, to explain its comprehensive middleware portfolio to its customers. Red Hat middleware does not work in isolation. It is only natural that we show our customers how the different middleware products can work together to achieve a business outcome.

In this session, I am going to show you an integrated demo that shows how the 2 “Integrate” products: JBoss Fuse (Fuse), JBoss Data Virtualisation (JDV) and the “Automate” products: JBoss Business Process Management Suite (BPMS)/JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS) working together. Since BPMS/BRMS and JDV run on JBoss Application Server (EAP), we can even claim that the integrated demo involves middleware products of all 3 categories ie, Accelerate, Integrate and Automate.

After attending this session, if you think that you want to demonstrate this to your potential customer, you are in luck because I am making this demo available in a virtual machine that you can re-use.

Wednesday September 7, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

15:00

DevOps in Japan
Actual DevOps projects & Demos and how you lead customers to success

Speakers

Wednesday September 7, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

15:00

Power of the Pipeline
Follow-up to the 2016 Summit Keynote Demo with Continuous Deployment Pipelines as they will feature heavily in OpenShift 3.3+

Speakers
avatar for Burr Sutter

Burr Sutter

Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 15:00 - 15:30
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

15:30

Break
Break

Wednesday September 7, 2016 15:30 - 16:00
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location

16:00

A Load Generation Framework for CEP Application Testing and Demos
In this Session, I am going to show you a framework that I developed which allows you to:
- Configure individual events in a CSV file to drive a CEP application
- Configure event generation based on event arrival distribution in a CSV file to drive a CEP application
- Perform realtime load generation (eg, for load testing) running multiple instances of the load generator (part of the framework) to feed a CEP application via Fuse and A-MQ integration
- Show you the UML class diagram containing the load testing framework classes, their attributes, operations and relationships. I also describe how the framework works including how the load generator is loosely coupled to your CEP application using the Observer design pattern.

Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

16:00

Create your very own demo in the Red Hat Cloud and not on your laptop
Tired of doing demos on your laptop? Learn how to create and share a professional, realistic, cloud-based demo. No special budget required.

Please fill our feedback survey: https://goo.gl/forms/zUC6NDckJBN9pvU72

Speakers
avatar for Shachar Borenstein

Shachar Borenstein

Team-Lead DevOps and Paas - Global Enablement, Red Hat
I care about all things PaaS, DevOps, Enablement and Demos.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

16:00

Ansible and CloudForms - Image Hardening, No Login App
There are two talks in this presentation.

First. Ansible & CloudForms - Image Hardening.
I have been working with our LUGA client to develop a hardened STIG image on RHEL KVM Guest Image using Ansible & CloudForms.

Second. CloudForms No Login App
The No Login App extends the CloudForms functionality. It enables a nominated approver to approve or deny a CF Service Request by clicking the link in the email, rather than logging into CloudForms.

Speakers
avatar for Kumar Jadav

Kumar Jadav

Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

16:00

Developer Tools Roadmap
At developers.redhat.com (aka Red Hat Developer Program), we cover:
OpenJDK for Windows, CDK, JBDS, .NET Core, Developer Toolset and much more.  
 

Speakers
avatar for Burr Sutter

Burr Sutter

Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:00 - 16:30
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

16:45

OpenStack NFV Tuning effect on a Telco workload
Using readily-available and fully supported software and configuration options, service providers can now deploy production-ready NFV deployments with deterministic performance and isolation from other VNFs running in the system. We showcase in real-time the consequences of the NFV performance tuning and the trade-off between elastic resource scheduling versus deterministic reserved capacity, and the effects of increased CPU load and network throughput and latency.
A demonstration will be shown comparing the performance of vEPC components (eNodeB and S-GW) running simultaneously on two identical hardware platforms with dual-socket CPUs and SR-IOV cards: one with the generic all-purpose OpenStack configuration, and other a NFV-optimized OpenStack with CPU-pinning, Huge-pages and NUMA affinity.

Speakers
avatar for Marcos Garcia

Marcos Garcia

OSP and NFV Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat
NFV, Telco, Cloud, Operations, DevOps, SDN, Networking, Virtualization, Automation, Process Management


Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

16:45

Winning in the API Economy with the 3Scale API Management Platform
In this presentation, Manfred will discuss some of the core drivers and benefits of the API Economy. APIs by themselves, however, are naked and API providers do not have enough control and visibility to build sustainably successful strategies on top of APIs. This is where API management solutions come in, which allow to fully leverage the benefits of APIs. Manfred will give an introduction to key API Management concepts and overview about how these are addressed by the 3scale API Management Platform -- recently acquired by Red Hat. Manfred will conclude with some of the key differentiators of 3scale and the customer landscape including several customer success stories.


Speakers
avatar for Manfred

Manfred

API Market Development Director, Red Hat / 3scale
I am API Market Development Director at 3scale.net. My job involves educating markets about the value of APIs and about how to implement effective API programs.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II

16:45

Using the Strategic Design Process to deliver better solutions
In this session, attendees will learn about the new Strategic Design Process initiative being led by the Integrated Solutions Business Unit, Systems Engineering, and User Experience and Design teams. Questions answered will include:
- Why is a Strategic Design Process needed?
- How does the process work?
- How do I get involved in the process?
Finally, attendees will be shown how the process has been used to successfully improve the user experience and design of solutions for customers and the benefits of engaging in the process.

Speakers
JW

Jesse Wu

Red Hat


Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

16:45

Red Hat Openshift Container Platform on OSP
In this session we will talk about integrating OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) into your Red Hat OpenStack environment. We’ll talk about everything from high level architecture to low level implementation details. This will include how we leverage native OpenStack technologies like Cinder, Heat, Swift, Neutron and more to run a truly integrated OpenShift infrastructure. Leverage our lessons learned and pass along our best practices to your partners and customers. Stop by, have a look at our best practices, and bring your questions.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Collier

Scott Collier

Sr Principal Software Engineer - Cloud, Red Hat
Scott works on the Red Hat Systems Engineering team. They are responsible for making sure Red Hat products work well together. Recently, they have been focused on OpenShift on {AWS, GCE, VMware, Azure, RHEL OSP} and they look for integration points such as storage, authentication, and networking.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 16:45 - 17:15
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

17:30

Troubleshooting the structured way. OSI made simple
Prerequisites: none, but understanding what OSI is would be beneficial.

Short description: When your (client's) application is not working, finding where the problem lies can be a difficult task. Multiple teams can get involved: developers, operations, network, security, database etc. And more often on not, they will be blaming each other. This talk will try to help you find the right tools for blaming the right people.

Speakers
avatar for Sergey Guzenkov

Sergey Guzenkov

Technical Trainer - APAC, Red Hat
Provides technical training to Red Hat Associates in the APAC. RHCA curriculum.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

17:30

Full-stack NFV Orchestration with CloudForms, Ansible, OpenShift and OpenStack
Review of the OPNFV demo in Berlin. Why a generic CMP can deliver the benefits of NFV Orchestration without reinventing the wheel? How do all the pieces tie together in a way that satisfies Telco's needs?

Speakers
avatar for Marcos Garcia

Marcos Garcia

OSP and NFV Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat
NFV, Telco, Cloud, Operations, DevOps, SDN, Networking, Virtualization, Automation, Process Management


Wednesday September 7, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

17:30

Hands-on Microservices with Wildfly-Swarm
In this session you will learn how to get started developing Java EE based microservices using Wildfly-Swarm and leveraging the capabilities of Red Hat's PaaS: Openshift.

Speakers
avatar for Bruno Georges

Bruno Georges

Red Hat
*Bruno Georges* is the Director, Global Platforms Engineering for JBoss,Red Hat. In his current role, Bruno manages Middleware Engineering teamsand projects, including Research and Prototyping, Wildfly-Swarm(Microservices), Node.JS, Hawkular (Monitoring andManagement). Bruno has over 20 years IT experience working in the Financialand Telco industries, where he has been primarily involved with thearchitecture of eCommerce Solutions and managing... Read More →


Wednesday September 7, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

17:30

How to demo 3Scale to your prospects
In this session, Manfred will give an overview over the key features of the 3scale API management solution, which include API access control and security, rate limiting, API analytics, setting up developer portals and interactive API documentation. After that he will practically walk through a live, typical API integration. 

In this session, we will look at the best way to demo the capabilities of 3scale to your prospects and customers.

Requirements: An open mind and mercy when the demo fails.

Speakers
avatar for Manfred

Manfred

API Market Development Director, Red Hat / 3scale
I am API Market Development Director at 3scale.net. My job involves educating markets about the value of APIs and about how to implement effective API programs.


Wednesday September 7, 2016 17:30 - 18:00
Track B Le Meridien Ballroom II
 
Thursday, September 8
 

09:00

Customizing the Overcloud using RH OSP Director
Background:

RH OSP Director allows you to customize your deployment but you might want to add some manual configurations after Director deployment as well. Sometimes you might hit loss of the manual configurations due to scaling out and other reasons and that would cause unexpected issues such as instance failure and network disconnection. In this situation, we can use the hieradata to protect the manual configurations.

In this session the following 3 topics will be covered.

1. TripleO project review
2. Customize the overcloud in both OS level and OSP level
3. Ansible integration introduction



Speakers
avatar for Chen Chen

Chen Chen

Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

09:00

RHEV-S aka RHEV + RHGS
Hyper-convergence is bringing a new wave of technologies into the market and changing how IT operations deliver services.

Red Hat's approach to hyper-convergence is not through a single product. Our strategy spans several key product lines offering customers multiple solutions that simplify and streamline IT operations, from devops to traditional virtualisation.

This session focusses on our RHEV+RHGS product that is currently in Limited Availability release. Product features and architectural design will be explored, together with more in-depth technical detail to help attendees understand what goes on 'under the covers'.

Speakers
PC

Paul Cuzner

Storage Architect, Red Hat
I've worked in IT for over 25 years, picking up more than my share of gray hairs. During that time I've had various techie roles across IBM mainframes, AIX, Linux and Windows...Until, one day 4 years ago, I saw the light and joined Red Hat! I live in New Zealand with my wife and son, focussing on all things Ceph and Gluster during the week...and avoiding DIY jobs at the weekend.


Thursday September 8, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track B (level 21) Level 21, Le Meridien

09:00

Satellite 6.2/6.3 Roadmap & Demo
Red Hat Satellite was introduced in 2002 as a means to patch and provision systems and to build standard operating environments. While this is still a primary focus, the requirements for systems management are evolving and growing increasingly complex. In this session, you'll:

Hear an update about the Red Hat Satellite 6 product roadmap.
Learn about exciting new developments around deploying Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host, Remote Execution, OpenSCAP, Networking, and Metal-as-a-Service.
See a demo of how to use Red Hat Satellite 6.2.
Gain insights into the future of Red Hat’s premier systems management offering.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Dingman

Andrew Dingman

GPTE Trainer and Developer, Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

09:00

LEAD the way to professional growth and opportunities at Red Hat
Learn about all of the enablement opportunities at Red Hat for pre-sales and delivery roles. You will discover the ins and outs of Red Hat Skills Exchange including how to get started, the offerings portfolio, and most importantly, the professional rewards! In addition, augment RHSE courses and improve your soft, technical and sales skills through ROLE, RHU and GSS.
We will touch on online courses, ILTs, other content, Learning Paths, Readiness packages. The takeaway is you will have confidence in how to build your enablement roadmap.

Speakers
avatar for Phyllis Fann

Phyllis Fann

CoP Momma / RHSE Program Manager, Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 09:00 - 09:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

10:00

[ REPEAT ] Unused/Open

Thursday September 8, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track B (level 21) Level 21, Le Meridien

10:00

[ REPEAT ] Unused/Open

Thursday September 8, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

10:00

[ REPEAT ] Open Hybrid Cloud - Storage + OpenShift + CloudForms
[ Repeat from Monday ] A short discussion of what OHC really is and how only Red Hat can deliver the magic of unobtainium. Demo Gluster inside OpenShift with a simple web app that uses Persistent Volumes and Object S3 via Ceph. Discuss how CloudForms scales out to another public cloud (for example AWS --> Azure) and allows survivability across cloud providers.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Hatfield

Andrew Hatfield

Practice Lead - Cloud Storage and Big Data, Red Hat
Andrew has over 20 years experience in the IT industry across APAC, specialising in Databases, Directory Systems, Groupware, Virtualisation and Storage for Enterprise and Government organisations. When not helping customers slash costs and increase agility by moving to the software-defined storage future, he's enjoying the subtle tones of Islay Whisky and shredding pow pow on the world's best snowboard resorts


Thursday September 8, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

10:00

[ REPEAT ] Red Hat Associates Only - Better Presentations, Smarter Conversations ( redhat.slides.com )
Repeated Session -

Present with quality and flexibility, 
Stalk your audience 
collaborate with others.
Scale your stories 

And most importantly, be always on brand ;-)

Speakers
avatar for Andy Fitzsimon

Andy Fitzsimon

Brand Manager, Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 10:00 - 10:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

11:00

[ REPEAT ] Unused/Open

Thursday September 8, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

11:00

[ REPEAT ] Unused/Open

Thursday September 8, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track B (level 21) Level 21, Le Meridien

11:00

[ REPEAT ] Blockchain - What is it, and why would I care?
Repeat of monday - Brief description of what blockchain is, and how it works. Why it's important to us today.

Speakers
SV

Scott van Kalken

Solution Architect, Red Hat
I like to talk about blockchain technology and how it's going to change the world. I also like financial markets and derivatives.


Thursday September 8, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

11:00

[ REPEAT ] DevOps Automation with Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift
[ Repeat of Monday ] - Containers is a key enabler for adopting DevOps across organisations. Docker provides a simple API for building and running containers however running a large number of containers across many hosts needs more than that. Kubernetes orchestration capabilities bring the operational support needed to run containers at scale on any type of infrastructure. OpenShift builds on top of Kubernetes to add a developer focused experience for building, distributing and running containers and put the dev back into DevOps. In this session you will learn (and see a demo) how to take advantage of Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift to automate application delivery in its entire lifecycle from source code all the way to an orchestrated application running in multiple containers

Speakers
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Thursday September 8, 2016 11:00 - 11:45
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

12:00

Lunch
Lunch

Thursday September 8, 2016 12:00 - 13:00
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location

13:00

Living to tell the tale of OpenStack NFV deployments
The first OpenStack NFV deployment for a Singapore telco was done in conjunction with a systems integrator, network vendor, and Red Hat. Some of the biggest challenges were technical in nature, but required some strategies to manage all parties to solve them.

In this presentation we share stories of problems we encountered in the field and the strategies we took to resolve them.

Speakers
avatar for George Goh

George Goh

Senior Consultant, Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:00 - 13:30
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

13:00

Red Hat Openshift Container Platform on AWS
In this session we will talk about integrating OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) into your AWS environment. We’ll talk about everything from high level architecture to low level implementation details. This will include how we leverage native AWS technologies like route53, elastic load balancers, S3, ebs, IAM and more to run a truly integrated OpenShift infrastructure. Leverage our lessons learned and pass along our best practices to your partners and customers. Stop by, have a look at our best practices, and bring your questions.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Collier

Scott Collier

Sr Principal Software Engineer - Cloud, Red Hat
Scott works on the Red Hat Systems Engineering team. They are responsible for making sure Red Hat products work well together. Recently, they have been focused on OpenShift on {AWS, GCE, VMware, Azure, RHEL OSP} and they look for integration points such as storage, authentication, and networking.


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:00 - 13:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

13:00

Red Hat Emerging Technology Practice, APAC
Update from the Emerging Technology Practice (ETP) and plans for remainder of FY17. Find out how to engage the high value the ETP delivers to your projects and deals.

Speakers
DH

Daniel Hand

Director Consulting, Emerging Technology, Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:00 - 13:30
Track B (level 21) Level 21, Le Meridien

13:00

What's new in IDM? (RHEL 7.3)
In this talk, attendees will learn about the new Identity Management features in RHEL 7.3, including:

- Requiring multifactor authentication via Kerberos Authentication Indicator
- Sub-CA for issuing certificates in different security domains
- Topology management and replica installation improvements
- Kerberos principal aliases for load balancing and user name changes
- Server and client performance improvements

I will also demonstrate some exciting new features being developed for the future, including Session Recording and Network-bound Encryption for automatic volume decryption.

Speakers
avatar for Fraser Tweedale

Fraser Tweedale

Software Developer, Red Hat
Fraser is a developer at Red Hat in Brisbane, Australia where he works on the FreeIPA identity management suite and Dogtag Certificate System. He is passionate about security and privacy and spends his evening exploring functional programming, theorem proving and category theory.


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:00 - 13:45
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

13:45

3Scale for AppDev SAs and Consultants
In this session, Manfred will give an overview over the typical 3scale sales process, which is short and agile. 3scale is a SaaS product and you will see, how easy it is to understand it and sell it. 
We will cover:
  • How to pitch 3scale API Management.
  • The key benefits of the 3scale API Management platform and key differentiators.
  • Tips on demoing 3scale. 
  • Typical PoCs
  • Summary about related concepts, frameworks, formats and specifications such as nginx, Swagger, or RAML.

Speakers
avatar for Manfred

Manfred

API Market Development Director, Red Hat / 3scale
I am API Market Development Director at 3scale.net. My job involves educating markets about the value of APIs and about how to implement effective API programs.


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:45 - 14:15
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

13:45

Red Hat Openshift Container Platform on VMware
In this session we will talk about integrating OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) into your VMWare environment. We’ll talk about everything from the low level implementation details. This will include how we leverage native vmware technologies like Vcenter. Leverage our lessons learned and pass along our best practices to your partners and customers. Stop by, have a look at our best practices, and bring your questions.

Speakers
GW

Glenn West

Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:45 - 14:15
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

13:45

Presenting a POC to Executives
Many a time, we as Red Hatters are focused on getting a POC complete, and technically correct. This would only be half the battle. It is important to effectively illustrate the POC in a consumable fashion to customer executives -- who may not be technical. This session is based on a POC demonstration that Red Hat did for a cloud bid with an ASEAN government customer.

Speakers
avatar for Sivaram Shunmugam

Sivaram Shunmugam

Principal Enterprise Technologist, Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:45 - 14:15
Track B (level 21) Level 21, Le Meridien

13:45

Get your hands dirty with Puppet and Ansible.
Prerequisites: both puppet and ansible installed on your laptop. (yum install puppet ansible)
Short description: We will see how the same things are done in ansible and in puppet.

Speakers
avatar for Sergey Guzenkov

Sergey Guzenkov

Technical Trainer - APAC, Red Hat
Provides technical training to Red Hat Associates in the APAC. RHCA curriculum.


Thursday September 8, 2016 13:45 - 14:30
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

14:30

Red Hat Openshift Container Platform on Azure
In this session we will talk about integrating OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) into your Azure environment. We’ll talk about everything from the low level implementation details. This will include how we leverage native azure technologies like Azure Load Balancer, Azure Premium Storage, ARM Templates to run a truly integrated OpenShift infrastructure. Leverage our lessons learned and pass along our best practices to your partners and customers. Stop by, have a look at our best practices, and bring your questions.

Speakers
GW

Glenn West

Red Hat


Thursday September 8, 2016 14:30 - 15:00
Track D Hiep Phuoc & Tan Thuan

14:30

The API Management Landscape: taking on the competition
In this presentation we will discuss some of the key players, technologies and competitors in the API Management and broader API landscape. Manfred will show how 3scale fits into the Red Hat middleware portfolio of solutions such as JBoss Fuse, RHMAP, or OpenShift and how these joint offerings strengthen our positioning. We will compare and contrast this with the key competitors and show our strengths. We will also be open and honest to highlight some of 3scale's weakness for general awareness and how to address them.


Speakers
avatar for Manfred

Manfred

API Market Development Director, Red Hat / 3scale
I am API Market Development Director at 3scale.net. My job involves educating markets about the value of APIs and about how to implement effective API programs.


Thursday September 8, 2016 14:30 - 15:00
Track C Khanh Hoi & Nha Rong

14:30

OpenShift Competitive Overview: A Closer Look at Docker Datacenter, Mesosphere DC/OS
New comers like Docker Datacenter and Mesosphere DC/OS are gaining popularity with containers while traditional PaaS providers like Pivotal Cloud Foundry are trying to re-invent themselves in the age of containers. This session focuses on an overview of OpenShift competitive landscape and a detailed walk-through of competitive differences between OpenShift and Docker Datacenter, Mesosphere DC/OS (based on Mesos) and Cloud Foundry-based platforms (Pivotal Cloud Foundry, IBM Bluemex, etc). In this session you will learn how to handle competitive situations at customers and how to address customer questions with regards to competitive products.

Speakers
avatar for Siamak Sadeghianfar

Siamak Sadeghianfar

Technical Marketing Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Siamak Sadeghianfar is Senior Technical Marketing Manager for OpenShift at Red Hat and responsible for technical aspects of OpenShift in an enterprise environment and to help customers take advantage of OpenShift platform to achieve their goals. As a former Solutions Architect and an Architect before that, his expertise spans over a wide-range of areas related to application development lifecycle and processes such as Java EE, Middleware, Mobile... Read More →


Thursday September 8, 2016 14:30 - 15:00
Track A Le Meridien Ballroom I

15:00

Complete the Feedback Survey RHTE 2016 and retrieve a special gift at the front desk
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Thursday September 8, 2016 15:00 - 15:15
Le Meridien Check your coupon for your lunch location