Hong Hua is a Principal Solution Architect in Red Hat. He has over 20 years of solution implementation and coding experience, predominantly in the field of cloud computing. His current work involves providing technical subject matter expertise to corporations, on Red Hat hybrid cloud and agile integration technologies.He holds a Master’s degree in CyberSecurity Risk and Strategy from the New York University School of Law and the New York University Tandon School of Engineering. Hong Hua is also a graduate from the School of Computing, National University of Singapore.Hong Hua has written, presented and taught extensively on DevOps, enterprise architecture, cloud computing security and open source technologies. He develops and delivers technical curriculum at Red Hat. His passion and career focus lies in helping both technical specialists and lines of business executives understand and adopt complex, cutting-edge and game-changing technologies.Hong Hua is an avid tech blogger, a regular speaker at technical conferences, a developer of technical intellectual property for IBM and Red Hat, as well as a contributosr and committer to Open Source projects.View the profile
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The microservices architecture, as part of a cloud solution design, is increasingly popular with application developers, because of it facilitates rapid, efficient design and deployment of a business service. Such an architecture involves the aggregation of individual microservices developed by small teams, who are further empowered with a flexible tooling and highly efficient coding languages. New architectures have evolved in the recent years, since microservices were invented. This talk will advocate the use of advanced microservices architectures, which will serve to address many issues the typical microservice project faces, including security, availability, manageability and scalability in large scale production environments.The audience will appreciate the adoption of open-source technologies, like Istio, VertX, SpringBoot, Quarkus and Kubernetes, in achieving the ambitious objectives of any successful microservices project.
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