ACCELERATE THE JOURNEY TO KUBERNETES
The Konveyor community hosts regular Meetups where community members discuss and demonstrate things they’ve learned. If you’d like to receive invitations to the meetups or propose a talk you can join the community.
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The Konveyor community is working on projects to help users rehost, replatform, and refactor their applications to Kubernetes.
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Migrate and Modernize your Application Portfolio to Kubernetes with Tackle
Ramon Roman Nissen, Senior Product Manager - Red Hat
Bringing legacy applications to Kubernetes can have a significant boost on software delivery performance – even without a complete rearchitecture and rewrite of your applications.
The bigger question is, “How can an organization succeed in the daunting task of moving their legacy application portfolio to Kubernetes?”
In this session, you’ll learn about Tackle, the Open Source toolkit designed to help organizations safely migrate and modernize their application portfolio to leverage Kubernetes.
Tuesday, July 27th at 11:00AM Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5)
Tackle-test: An Automatic Unit-level Test Case Generator
Saurabh Sinha, Research Staff Member - IBM Research
Rachel Brill, Research Staff Member - IBM Research
Take a look at the latest tool contributed to Konveyor at this meetup, Tackle-test. It performs automatic unit test generation for Java applications.
It automatically adds assertions to test cases for more effective use of the tests to detect behavioral differences between two application versions;
E.g., in the context of application modernization, these could be the legacy and modernized application versions.
Assertion generation is done by executing the synthesized test sequences on the legacy application version, recording observed program states, and translating them to test-case assertions.
Tuesday, July 20th at 11:00AM Eastern Standard time (GMT -5)
Zero-Touch Declarative Rehosting of Legacy Monolith Applications to Kubernetes Virtualization
Vishal Anand, Thought Leader Architect & Sr. Inventor - IBM
While a lot can be modernized in the form of containers, it may not be feasible to containerize all of them at the same time due to time or technical or budget constraints.
With KubeVirt, we can bring those virtualized workloads side by side with containerized workloads into a common platform. Forklift operator can bring those virtualized workloads in bulk to Kubernetes platform.
In this meetup, we will show a live demo on how monolith applications can be moved, without touching the source legacy side, to Kubernetes platform.
Tuesday, July 6th at 11:00AM Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5)
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