Open source introduces a new world of possibilities for modernization, application development, and solution deployment on the IBM i platform. But how can companies navigate the mystifying processes and technologies needed to capitalize on this trend?
Webinar Series: Demystifying and Implementing Open Source on IBM i
In this two-part webinar series we work to demystify the questions that surround open source on IBM i, and show developers a successful pathway to modern open source development.
Part 1: Demystifying Open Source on IBM i
For those making their first foray into open source on IBM i, the requisite technologies and processes can be borderline mystifying. Join us for a discussion of common concerns, including quality, security, open source development vs. proprietary development, and how open source ownership comes into play.
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Part 2: Setting up an Open Source Development Environment on IBM i
Making sense of the technologies and processes needed to implement open source on IBM i can be difficult. So how can teams succeed? This webinar will show you how to successfully implement open source, including taking an IBM i environment incompatible with open source to a system that has all the requisite pieces for developing in open source languages like Python, Node.js, and PHP.
Senior Business Architect, Open Source Software on IBM i at IBM
Jesse Gorzinski works for the IBM i development lab in Rochester, MN. Jesse, who was doing RPG programming at the age of 18, is an expert on application development on IBM i, as well as system access and modernization.
Senior Solutions Consultant, Zend, Perforce Software
Erwin Earley offers more than 20 years of experience developing solutions on the IBM i platform. His expertise includes using PHP, MariaDB, Docker, and Chef for creating modern enterprise solutions that run on IBM i, as well as PowerVC for cloud deployments and virtualization management. Mr. Earley is a frequent speaker at global technology conferences, and he has authored numerous articles on Linux, PHP, virtualization, and systems management.