Presentation: Continuous Delivery of Microservices

Track: Sponsored Solutions Track II

Location: Marina

Duration: 11:50am - 12:40pm

Day of week: Monday

Level: Beginner

Persona: Architect, CTO/CIO/Leadership, Developer, DevOps Engineer, General Software, Technical Engineering Manager

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This talk serves to be a practical guide for teams endeavoring to design a Continuous Delivery workflow for systems based on microservice architectures.

More and more organizations are moving towards microservice based architectures for their complex systems. Unfortunately organizational behaviors often do not change to properly take advantage of this newer way of thinking.

This talk is based on several years’ of experience architecting, building and deploying microservice based applications at ThoughtWorks.

Some of the things you’ll learn: 1. Practical aspects of designing continuous delivery workflows 2. Recommendations for effective organizational structures to take advantage of these architectures 3. Leveraging modern infrastructure stacks for more effective CD workflows 4. Learn how your system’s architecture contributes towards your success

Speaker: Sheroy Marker

Head Of Technology @ThoughtWorks

Sheroy has over 20 years experience with the design and implementation of large scale enterprise and distributed systems. At ThoughtWorks, he has worked with multiple enterprises to help deliver mission critical software, which most times includes working on their Continuous Delivery workflow. He has experience developing service oriented architectures in a range of technology stacks but particularly specializes in Java and JVM based languages. He currently serves as the Head of Technology for ThoughtWorks products where he supports the creation of pioneering products for efficient engineering teams.

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