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Big Data Developers in Switzerland: Developer UnConference Zürich, Switzerland

Datum/Zeit: 24. Januar 2019 9:00 - 20:00 gCal

Ort: IBM Innovation Center Zurich,8010 Zurich, Vulkanstrasse 106, Zürich

Please make sure to sign up on our Eventbrite page (link below) as we need to issue security badges for attendees. Unfortunately because of this, no walk-in guests will be permitted.

The IBM Developer UnConference is an exchange and learning platform for Developers, Non-Developers, IT Architects, Data Scientists, Managers... and all interested people in topics like Hacking, Cloud Computing, Data Science, Analytics, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Blockchain, Research, DevOps, Robotics, Quantum Computing, Open Source and other emerging technologies.

Please make sure you complete the prerequisites so you will not lose any time during the sessions. Some prerequisites are depending on the Lab, which you can find below.

General prerequisites
- Bring your own laptop (preferable min. 8GB RAM)
- Sign up for the IBM Cloud
- If you have an old IBM Cloud account (=Trial Account), make sure it is still valid, otherwise you can create a new one with another e-mail address
- Bring your smile and attitude

For the Lab 21/22 (DevOps with OpenShift // Red Hat) and
for the Lab 23 (Introduction to an End-To-End Production pipeline... // Hortonworks -> please install the following software modules prior to the lab:
- Java Development Kit 8
- Apache Maven 3.3.x
- Git client
- A Text Editor (e.g. Atom, Visual Studio Code)
- Java IDE and programming experience

09:30 - 10:00 Kickoff

10:00 - 12:00 Breakout session 1:
- Lab 11) Integration of empathic chatbots in existing communication tools: Learn how to integrate Watson Assistant in tools like Slack and how to read between the lines of the customers input // H. Saueberli, IBM
- Lab 21) DevOps mit OpenShift (Part 1) // Konstantin Yershov, Red Hat
- Lab 31) IoT in a Industry Environment: How to get Data from OT into the Cloud (max 12. Persons -> 6mal à 2 Persons) - A. Laeng and J. Luginbuehl Hilscher

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch

13:00 - 15:00 Breakout session 2 and Tech Market (=walk in demos)
- Lab 12) Edge Analytics - An introduction how to bring computer power back to earth // R. Kienzler, IBM
- Lab 22) DevOps mit OpenShift (Part 2 = Continuation of Part 1; Repetition for Newcomers) // Konstantin Yershov, Red Hat
- Tech Market:
-> Agile Integration architecture: Containerization and its impact // Murali Sitaraman
-> Micro Climate: Dive into a fast, incremental, intelligent, end-to-end development experience // Georg Ember and Thomas Müller, IBM
-> Life Cycle of Data Science // D. Wiesmann
-> Digital Businees Autmation in a Multi Cloud // Hanspeter Käppeli
-> Preparation: Key-Signing Party - create your PGP key // R. Kienzler

15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break

15:30 - 17:30 Breakout session 3 and Tech Market (=walk in demos)
- Lab 13) Deployment 4.0: Deploy a cloud-native microservices application in a private cloud // Georg Ember and Thomas Müller, IBM
- Lab 23) Introduction to an End-To-End Production pipeline on Kafka, Druid and Superset with a scalable, microservices architecture // Venkatesh Sellappa, Hortonworks

17:30 - 18:00 - Coffee Break

18:00 - 18:30 - Talk 1 - PaaS from a Business perspective and Why Open Source? // Dominik Wotruba, Red Hat

18:30 - 19:00 - Talk 2 - Multi Cloud Management // Georg Ember and Thomas Müller, IBM

19:00 - 19:15 - Short Break

19:15 - 19:45 - Talk 3 - Quantum-safe Cryptography // Vadim Lyubashevsky, IBM Research

19:45 - 20:15 - Talk 4 - Commuting trough Multi Clouds // Geraldine Luedi, IBM

20:15 - 21:30 - Networking with Beers & Pizza


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