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Creating Cloud Native Business Applications with AI Capabilities


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Sponsored by RED HAT

Thursday, June 17, 2021
3 p.m. ET
What used to be just a pipe dream in the realms of science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are now mainstream technologies in our everyday lives with applications in image and voice recognition, language translations, chatbots, and predictive data analysis. Organizations need to incorporate AI technologies in modern business applications to reduce costs and increase revenues. According to Gartner, 70% of enterprises will use cloud and cloud-based AI infrastructure by 2024.
In this webinar, learn how to leverage the leading open source container and low-code application platforms to save up to 60% - 70% of development time for business applications with AI capabilities. Join us to witness how you can use Red Hat OpenShift and Joget to quickly go from no infrastructure to deploying a fully functioning application within an hour.
Justin Wee
Technical Consultant - Joget
Justin Wee is a technical consultant at Joget, Inc. and he is responsible for training, support, and evangelization of the Joget open source low-code platform. He has made notable contributions in the Joget Marketplace, Joget Academy and Knowledge Base, and regularly conducts training and consultancy sessions for both citizen and professional developers. With his experience across the Joget ecosystem, Justin is passionate about sharing his valuable expertise and know-how.
Tina Hui
Director of Marketing - Joget
Tina Hui is the Director of Marketing at Joget responsible for building, supporting, and evangelizing Joget's incredible open source app capabilities for the community and ecosystem to take their organization to the next level. Tina is an experienced executive, serial entrepreneur, advisor, and tech innovator who has worked with organizations such as Warner Bros, Snapfish by HP, PMPlus, founded Follow The Coin and more. With over 15 years in business, marketing and media, she is passionate about empowering projects and teams to make a positive impact.     

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