Monolith to Microservices Workshop

Monolith to Microservices Workshop

Red Hat OpenShift has garnered attention in IT for good reason as it prescribes a solution that requires minimal effort, cost and time to implement. Hosting more features than a custom-built Kubernetes platform, OpenShift can be easily integrated into the pre-existing infrastructures of most enterprises with just some knowledge of how to implement architectures and deployment platforms. CloudOps offers hands-on workshops that can be tailored to your organization’s workloads and level of knowledge. In this full day workshop you’ll learn how to manage the complexity of distributed app development and bring new business value to existing apps by developing and deploying with modern architectures and frameworks.

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With the involvement of the Canadian and international OpenShift communities, we are in a unique position to provide insight on new features, production use cases, adoption, and upgrade challenges.

Who should attend?

  • Developers
  • Java Developers
  • Architects
  • DevOps practitioners

Why should I attend?

You are looking to migrate an existing legacy JavaTM EE app to Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform on OpenShift

You would like to use modern frameworks like Spring Boot, Wildfly Swarm, Eclipse Vert.x, and Node.js to implement microservices and replace monolithic functionality.

You would like to learn how to develop and deploy microservices using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, and DevOps processes

You would like to learn how to bring new business value to existing applications by developing and deploying with modern architectures and frameworks.


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Monolith to Microservices:
App Transformation Hands-on Technical Workshop

As modern application requirements become more complex, it’s apparent that one runtime, one framework, or one architectural style is no longer a feasible strategy. Organizations must figure out how to manage the complexity of distributed app development with diverse technologies, a lack of skilled resources, and siloed processes.

Duration: 1 day
Remote: $1000/attendee
On-premises: $2000/attendee (minimum 6 attendees)

Experience using Linux CLI and a general understanding of virtualization, networking and application development

Technical Requirements:
Lab materials and software will be provided. Attendees must bring a laptop with Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer/Edge 10+, or Safari 9+ installed. For Windows machines Putty or similar must be installed.

Course Outline:
  • Introduction to OpenShift
  • OpenShift Basics
  • Monoliths to Microservices Part 1
  • Monoliths to Microservices Part 2
  • Reactive Microservices with Eclipse Vert.X
  • Prevent and distributed APP issues using Istio
  • Packaging Microservices/API-LEF Modernization

All of our workshops include labs