Posted on Feb 5, 2016

Beef up your knowledge on IT and secure your slots in these February IT Events on applications, brought to you by vendors Pivotal, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), and RedHat.

On the the second week of February, Pivotal will hold a two-day workshop titled Migrating a Monolith Application to Microservices, an IT event on applications whose primary aim is to grant the participants the knowledge on how to build microservices.

This IT event on applications will also enable attendees to start with a monolith application and migrate it step-by-step to microservices following Cloud Native best practices.

This training will be completely hands-on and requests the participants—Java Developers who are comfortable with writing distributed Java applications—to bring their own laptops.

Attendance is free of charge but early registration is encouraged due to limited slots are available. The Pivotal Migrating a Monolith Application to Microservices workshop will happen in two cities in Australia: Feb. 8-9 in Melbourne and Feb. 10-11 in Sydney.

For more details and registration, visit Pivotal’s IT event page.

DevOps is Now

Hewlett Packard Enterprise will hold an Executive Roundtable where participants may get to know DevOps better. This IT event roundtable also enforces knowledge on how to lead an organisation through the cultural shift required to make DevOps a reality.

The event speakers include Gary Gruver, Internationally renowned author and DevOps expert; Paul Muller, Vice President Global Strategic Marketing, Hewlett Packard Enterprise; and Jack Story, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Participants may expect in this IT event on applications an interactive discussion with Gary Gruver and industry peers. Participants will also hear about real case studies, building strong business cases, change management with practical advice on DevOps including HPE’s transformation journey.

The “DevOps is Now” executive roundtable will happen in three cities in Australia: Feb. 9 in Sydney, Feb. 10 in Canberra, and Feb. 11 in Melbourne.

This HPE IT event on applications is an exclusive gathering. Interested participants are encouraged to secure their places early as there are only limited slots. Visit the HPE DevOps IT event page to view the invitation and registration details.

Enterprise Mobility

RedHat holds an IT event on mobile application platform, titled “Enterprise Mobility: Disrupt or Get Disrupted” where participants may learn how to effectively implement the “Mobile Everywhere” strategy.

This RedHat IT event is essential especially to those who are driven in increasing customer engagement, making the workforce more productive, simplifying and automating manual business processes, and gaining competitive advantages through increased innovation velocity.

Particularly, RedHat’s Mobile Application Platforms IT event will also cover a case study on how a transport company has revolutionised its business using mobility; how enterprise mobile apps don’t have to cost a fortune; how to create a mobile app in minutes with easy-to-use drag and drop tools; Mobile-Backend-as-a-Service, DevOps, security, and a whole lot more.

This RedHat IT event will happen this February in several cities all over Australia: Feb. 9 in Brisbane and Perth, Feb. 10 in Sydney, Feb. 11 in Adelaide, and on Feb. 18 in Melbourne and Canberra. For registration details, visit RedHat’s IT event page.

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