Date(s) - 06/26/2018
11:00 am EDT - 12:00 pm EDT
When building new cloud ready applications, the current trend is to leverage the microservices architecture to create small, loosely coupled services instead of giant monoliths. In order to get up and running quickly, you’ll need the right guides, tools, and runtime. In this webinar we’ll demonstrate how to build microservices using Open Liberty, the open source foundation of IBM WebSphere Liberty, as your Java runtime. We’ll use Open Liberty’s implementation of MicroProfile, the optimized Enterprise Java microservices architecture, and openliberty.io’s (https://openliberty.io/) easy to follow guides to ensure rapid development and application portability.
Cheryl King, Liberty Integration Team Lead, IBM Hybrid Cloud
Cheryl has been with IBM for 21 years and has spent the majority of that time on WebSphere. Before taking the team lead position on the Liberty Integration Squad in Austin, Texas, she spent 8 years on the WebSphere Application Server Migration Toolkit team. During that time, she led the development of the binary scanner which is now utilized by tools such as Transformation Advisor and the WebSphere Configuration Migration Tool for IBM Cloud.
Michal Broz, WebSphere UI Architect, IBM Hybrid Cloud
Michal has been with IBM (and WebSphere) for 7 years. He began in WebSphere webservices and a year later transitioned to the WebSphere Liberty Admin Center where he helped develop the GUI for Liberty. Michal has since transitioned from Admin Center lead to the WebSphere UI Architect role with current responsibilities spanning from Admin Center to the openliberty.io site and the interactive guides it hosts.
Yee-Kang Chang, WebSphere Cloud Native Applications Architect & Developer Experience Lead, IBM Hybrid Cloud
Yee-Kang (YK) is an architect with the IBM WebSphere team focusing on development of cloud native applications running on Open Liberty/WebSphere Liberty platform with technologies like Java EE & MicroProfile. He also has a focus on enabling developers and their experiences.