Friday, May 29, 2015

#Webcast: Create modern applications to run in any cloud with #WebSphere Liberty

Create modern applications to run in any cloud with WebSphere Liberty

Click HERE to register for this webcast.

DATE: Thursday, June 18, 2015 
TIME: 11:00 am ET/8:00 am PT 
DURATION: 60 minutes (including Q&A) 

WebSphere Liberty redefines the lightweight, fit-for-purpose Java runtime environment and takes it from a do-it-yourself and manage-it-yourself experience to a use-what-you-need and manage-with-confidence experience.

In this webcast, you’ll learn how the combination of open Java standards like Java EE 7, containerization technologies like Docker, and open source innovation provides foundational structure and the opportunity to experiment with emerging technologies quickly. Whatever your virtualization technology, WebSphere Liberty enables developers to be productive and to quickly develop and continuously deploy services to any cloud.

Attend this webcast to learn:
  • What is the smallest, fastest and most developer-friendly production Java EE 7 runtime 
  • How to easily include rich multimedia content using WebRTC 
  • How you can deploy and run microservices on Liberty in a Docker container on premises or in any cloud 
Speakers:

Ian Robinson, Distinguished Engineer, WebSphere Foundation Chief Architect
Dr. Ian Robinson is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and the Chief Architect of the WebSphere Application Server, based at the IBM Hursley Software Lab in the UK. Ian has 25 years’ experience working in distributed enterprise middleware across product development, open standards and open source. He is responsible for the strategy and development of IBM's WebSphere Application, including the lightweight WAS Liberty Profile, and the tools that support it.


Alasdair Nottingham, WebSphere Runtimes Architect
Alasdair Nottingham is a Senior Software Engineer and the WebSphere Runtime Architect, based at the IBM Research Triangle Park Software Lab in North Carolina, USA. Alasdair has spent most of the last 5 years leading the development of the Liberty profile, focussed on ensuring a small, lightweight, easy to use, and developer friendly application server. Over the last 14 years he has worked on many areas of the application server including JMS, security, modularization of the application server and the bringing together of Java EE and OSGi as realized in the OSGi applications programming model.