Thank you to everyone who attended The Middleware Mash-Up. Avada Software was a proud host for The Middleware Mash-Up that was held in Atlanta, Georgia on September 16th-17th. We invited SME’s from IBM Hursley in the United Kingdom to come and speak about what they have been working on and what is new with IBM MQ. We wanted to create this event because we realized there are very few opportunities now to speak with the product developers themselves, especially in a small intimate setting where MQ users themselves get 1 on 1 time with them to get their questions answered.
Here are some of the session topics that got covered during the event.
Best approach to securing an environment without choking productivity.
What are realistic time frames to migrate versions, move to cloud, etc.?
When is leveraging a container helpful or hurtful?
How to secure applications, as well as how to deploy them.
The Middleware Mash-Up concluded with a few hours of TopGolf for some fun, food & networking. The entire event was well received and it will be coming again to a city near you so be sure to fill out a form if you want to stay updated for future updates about the event!
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