June 11, 2020 By Krista E. Summitt 3 min read

45+ experts, 3 learning tracks, 1 virtual event on June 18, 2020.

Are you excited about the opportunities cloud native development brings? I know I am!

Enterprises and consumers are experiencing a rising need for reliable, secure digital experiences. Your company should be looking to the cloud to transform offerings, increase competitive advantage, and leverage the scalability and automation of cloud native technology for faster deployment. With effective cloud native development, the possibilities are endless.

So, where does that leave us? And what’s coming next?

On 18 June 2020, join more than 45 IBM and partner speakers for the IBM Community Day for Cloud Dev virtual event. At this free event, you will learn about the future of building, deploying and securing cloud native apps, including the following:

Register for IBM Community Day

Build, deploy, and secure with confidence

This is not your average virtual event. With three tracks, more than 45 expert speakers and endless information, there is sure to be something to spark your innovation! How do Cloud Paks modernize applications, simplify enterprise-grade deployment, or manage containerized software? What’s next in cloud dev and DevOps?

Join our virtual event to learn about these topics and so many others. Here’s a sneak peek:

Premier keynote sessions

“Java and Cloud Native Transactions” with Ian Robinson, IBM, and Mark Little, Red Hat

Java-based distributed transaction systems brought the internet to enterprise data and played a key part in the digital transformation of almost all IBM and Red Hat customers through application servers. The need for transactional data access patterns remains but the requirements for transactions in cloud native applications are quite different from those that helped make the Java platform successful in the first place.

IBM and Red Hat have been working together, and occasionally fighting, in this space for years. In this keynote, we’ll talk about the changing nature of how applications will use transactions in the cloud. 

Three tracks, live and on-demand

We’ve broken down our exploration of cloud dev into three tracks: Build, Deploy, and Secure.

Learn to build cloud-native apps faster. Deploy and manage your cloud native apps with increased confidence. Integrate security into your everyday processes. The possibilities are endless!

All sessions and keynotes will be available during the free live event as well as on-demand for 90 days after.

Trending topics in every track

You’ll have access to dozens of sessions on today’s hottest topics in cloud development.

Build Track:

  • Kubernetes & Istio for Jakarta EE Developers
  • Integration Testing Made Easy with Containers!

Deploy Track:

  • IBM Cloud Satellite – IBM Cloud Anywhere You Need It
  • Hands-on Cloud Native Java with MicroProfile and Open Liberty in 30 Minutes!

Secure Track:

  • Keeping Your Data Protected Within a Cloud Environment Using IBM Hyper Protect

A new community for the future of cloud

The Community Day for Cloud Dev is a highly valuable virtual event being offered for free from expert developers and managers in the field of cloud and cloud native development. I do hope you will join us for it.

IBM believes sharing knowledge, having broader discussions, and learning from others are key pillars in advancing innovation and technology. That is why there is a new home for IBM public cloud users to connect with a virtual community.

After the Cloud Dev event, I hope you will continue your cloud exploration with fellow users in the IBM public cloud community. I’ll see you there!

Join the public cloud community

Learn more about IBM Community Day for Cloud Dev

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