I'm looking forward to September's TechXchange conference where I'll be participating in a number of sessions around Liberty and Liberty on Azure:
4151: Elevating Cloud Capabilities: Crafting Cloud-Native Java Apps with WebSphere Liberty on Azure - in this session, I'll be co-speaking with Reza Rahman from Microsoft on all the great things we've been collaborating on to enable traditional WebSphere and Liberty in the Azure Cloud. There'll even be a demo of some of the capabilities.
4153: Exploring Cloud-Native Applications: A Hands-on Approach to Liberty on Azure Kubernetes Service - in this 90 minute hands-on lab you'll get the chance to try first-hand, building and deploying a Liberty application to the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). If you're considering Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO), this lab is also for you, as the build and deploy experiences are the same.
3392: Why Liberty for all your application needs - this is a session by Alasdair Nottingham, Liberty Chief Architect, but I'll be helping out. In this talk we'll go through what it is about Liberty that makes it great for cloud-native applications, and also traditional enterprise applications. If you want to understand Liberty better, and the benefits of Liberty, this is the session for you. We'll also provide pointers to other session for more details on the topics we introduce.
4226: WebSphere Liberty: On-Prem and Cloud Deployment - this is another Alasdair Nottingham session where I'll be helping out. In this talk, we'll cover all the Liberty deployment patterns and best practices - VMs, Collectives, Containers, Kubernetes, and more. If you're wondering how best to deploy and manage Liberty, this is the session for you.
There are, of course, literally hundreds of other great sessions to see, so register now and join us. I hope to see you there.