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SEAM MeetUp – Building a cloud based critical application for a bank
19th July 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
SEAM is a new London based monthly meet-up focusing on Enterprise Agility, new ways of working which enable enterprises to offer value and opportunity to their customers.
Naturally there is a significant focus on technology although it is in the context of the purpose of the enterprise – what organisations are attempting to achieve as well as how to go about it.
About this meetup:
After a few meetups focusing on people, SEAM #8 will feature an experience report from an Accenture team who have built a cloud based app using DevOps good practices which are critical to an Investment Bank.
The team are using AWS, Openshift, Ansible and GlusterFS. Prior to the experience report which describes the main challenges faced and how they overcame them, Redhat will give a high level overview of the aforementioned products.
Some very interesting insights for sure.
Containers the Open Source way: An overview of OpenShift, Gluster and Ansible
(Sam Marland and Anthony Kesterton, Redhat)
Containers have become the hot topic for developers and operations teams everywhere. This presentation provides an overview of Red Hat’s products used for the management and deployment of containers, as well as the all-important topic of managing storage for your containers across multiple storage systems. We will cover the basics of the OpenShift Container Management Platform (used to manage and monitor containers in development and production); Ansible (the simple IT automation tool everyone can use) and Gluster Storage (the open, software-defined storage platform for containers and other environments). These products provide a reliable way to work with containers in your organisation.
Building a mission critical application on the cloud (Hitesh Joshi, Accenture)
Following the overview from the Redhat team, Hitesh will be describing the development and delivery of a mission critical application using the aforementioned technologies. It will begin with a look at the domain context, followed by a look at the technical architecture, the use of DevOps good practice along with a summary of the challenges faced and how they were overcome.