Virtual Red Hat Summit 2020, April 28-29

Next week Red Hat Summit 2020 will be held, not in San Francisco as we were hoping, but as a virtual event.  While this unfortunately won’t give us the possibility to meet in person, a lot of the keynotes and breakout sessions will be held online.

Virtual Red Hat Summit is completely FREE, so if you haven’t done so yet, register today!

Below is an overview of various sessions around business automation.  So if you’re looking for the latest news on Kogito, our next gen cloud-native business automation toolkit, or how to leverage Red Hat Process Automation Manager and Decision Manager for use cases that involve microservice orchestration or machine learning, or to hear from our customers.  But take a look at the full agenda as well.

There will also be an opportunity to come and chat with us in the community area.  After signing in, click Explore and open up the “Middleware & cloud applications” Community Central chat room to ask questions!  Or you can just join our KIE chat channels we announced recently anytime.

Below is the list of presentations around business automation that I am aware of !

The state-of-the-art of developer tools to build business-intelligent apps for RHPAM v7 and Kogito
Eder Ignatowicz (Red Hat), Alex Porcelli (Red Hat)

Empowering Amadeus’ competitive advantage with cloud-native decision making on Quarkus
Matteo Casalino (Amadeus), Giacomo Margaria (Amadeus), Mario Fusco (Red Hat)

Modern business workflows as microservices: How we won with Red Hat Process Automation Manager
Mauro Vocale (Red Hat), Giovanni Marigi (Red Hat)
Why building intelligent cloud-native business applications is easier with Kogito
Kris Verlaenen (Red Hat)
Cloud, sweet cloud: Feeling at home with serverless decision making using Kogito and Camel-K
Daniele Zonca (Red Hat), Edoardo Vacchi (Red Hat), Luca Burgazzoli (Red Hat)
Integrating scalable machine learning into business workflows
Rui Vieira (Red Hat)
Solve the unsolvable: Why artificial intelligent systems can solve planning problems better than humans
Satish Kale (Red Hat), Geoffrey De Smet (Red Hat)
Transforming decision automation to be cloud-based and FaaS-like at BBVA
Antonio Valle Gutierrez (BBVA), Beatriz Alzola (BBVA), Marcos Regidor (Red Hat)
This is available on demand so no specific timing.