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September 17, 2018

Webinar: Modernize and Refactor Complex Legacy WebSphere Apps to Accelerate to Cloud

IBM Cloud Private makes it easy to stand up an elastic runtime that is based on Kubernetes. Now, for workload styles that need to stay in VMs, we are adding WebSphere Application Server for IBM Cloud Private VM Quickstarter as an option. Join us for this webinar to learn how to leverage your existing investments and adopt new technologies at your pace.

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September 14, 2018

Save the Date(s): Cloud Service Management and Operations Webinars

You can now register for our knowledge-enhancing webinar series on the important domain areas of Cloud Service Management and Operations (CSMO)—a critical set of practices to help ensure success on the cloud. 

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January 31, 2018

Webinar: Faster, more efficient API deployment using a DevOps governance model

Whether your APIs are organically developed, or they are exposed endpoints to existing back-end services, a DevOps platform gives you the ability to streamline and to automate the process of developing, building, testing, and deploying APIs onto the API runtime cloud platform. In this webinar, IBM distinguished engineers Paul Bahrs and Tien Nguyen will discuss how to achieve faster, more efficient API governance model for automated deployment using DevOps.

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January 29, 2018

Webinar: Migrating WebSphere apps to IBM Cloud Private

IBM Cloud Private brings together innovation and flexible management the public cloud with the application security and data isolation that you need in your corporate data center. But how does IBM Cloud Private support existing enterprise Java applications? In this webinar, learn why and how to modernize existing enterprise Java applications and run them on IBM Cloud Private and see a step-by-step deployment demonstration.

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January 24, 2018

Webinar: Deploying microservices apps in IBM Cloud Private

IBM Cloud Private brings flexible management from the public cloud with the application security and data isolation that you need in your corporate data center. Topics include how operations and developer roles are affected, typical paths for evolving existing applications to the cloud, and how to distribute workloads between public and private clouds.

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November 28, 2017

Webinar: Don’t go it alone! Accelerate IBM Cloud Private adoption with proven roadmaps

IBM can help your company modernize your application infrastructure as well as your development and operations culture to ensure your success with a pragmatic, swift, and low-risk cloud adoption journey that builds on your existing investments in technology and talent. Join this session to hear about IBM's client learnings from IBM Cloud Private patterns and use cases that you apply to your own cloud adoption plans.

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October 24, 2017

Webinar: Effectively monitoring and scaling apps with Kubernetes

In this webinar, Senior Technical Offering Manager Chris Rosen from IBM provides background on Kubernetes orchestration and takes us through setting up a Kubernetes container cluster. Co-founder of CoScale Frederic Ryckbosh then shows us how to prepare the new cluster for comprehensive monitoring with agents.

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August 9, 2017

Webinar: Rapidly developing applications with microservices

This webinar presents the important aspects of microservices by focusing on a specific cloud enhanced and cloud native microservice reference application. The presentation includes the deployment of an app on a managed Kubernetes service and explanation of the benefits of doing DevOps within that environment.

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July 13, 2017

Webinar: Graphs and Gremlin: A Sequel to SQL?

For decades now, SQL has been the colossus of data management query languages. Generations of database administrators, developers and analysts have built highly successful careers around tables and foreign key relationships, to the point where thinking about data in a relational schema has become second nature. In fact, many believe that relational databases are still the only safe and effective way to model complex data relationships.

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