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Sado MicroServices: compelling factors driving microservices and useful safety words

9th November 2015 in London at CodeNode

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Microservices have been garnered a lot of attention and popularity in recent times, but service evolution is neither a new thing nor free.

In this talk, Asher and Kingsley will explore some of the factors that drive the shift to microservices. The pain points that will be encountered on this journey. And some tools and techniques which can be landmarks to help direct you along the way.

The talk will cover social, design, development and delivery aspects of running microservices implementations in a hierarchical fashion. Also they'll cover the recent emergence of devops tools their use and whether they are just manifesting the law of the shiny.

The talk will cover social, design, development - with a rummage through the dirty laundry of monitoring, service discovery and security - and deployment in a hierarchical fashion.

Juliet Bravo may also be mentioned...

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Sado MicroServices: compelling factors driving microservices and useful safety words

Asher Glynn

Asher is a consultant with over 20 years experience in the IT industry, and will use the most appropriate technology at hand, be that Scala or Java, Javascript and when pushed Visual Basic and Excel. With strong hands on knowledge of performance and scale, exposure to platforms from mainframes to mobiles has taught him an appreciation for the subtleties of applying technology to difficult problems - be they technical or people challenges. Asher has had experience in a variety of organisations ranging from the BBC, GSMA, Betfair, Equens, Close Brothers and the TAB to small startups.

Kingsley Davies

Kingsley is a Partner at Underscore consulting, and has spent nearly two decades designing, developing and supporting large scale systems for a number of clients including, Betfair, the BBC, Barclaycard and others that don't start with a B ;-)

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Microservices have been garnered a lot of attention and popularity in recent times, but service evolution is neither a new thing nor free.

In this talk, Asher and Kingsley will explore some of the factors that drive the shift to microservices. The pain points that will be encountered on this journey. And some tools and techniques which can be landmarks to help direct you along the way.

The talk will cover social, design, development and delivery aspects of running microservices implementations in a hierarchical fashion. Also they'll cover the recent emergence of devops tools their use and whether they are just manifesting the law of the shiny.

The talk will cover social, design, development - with a rummage through the dirty laundry of monitoring, service discovery and security - and deployment in a hierarchical fashion.

Juliet Bravo may also be mentioned...

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

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About the Speakers

Sado MicroServices: compelling factors driving microservices and useful safety words

Asher Glynn

Asher is a consultant with over 20 years experience in the IT industry, and will use the most appropriate technology at hand, be that Scala or Java, Javascript and when pushed Visual Basic and Excel. With strong hands on knowledge of performance and scale, exposure to platforms from mainframes to mobiles has taught him an appreciation for the subtleties of applying technology to difficult problems - be they technical or people challenges. Asher has had experience in a variety of organisations ranging from the BBC, GSMA, Betfair, Equens, Close Brothers and the TAB to small startups.

Kingsley Davies

Kingsley is a Partner at Underscore consulting, and has spent nearly two decades designing, developing and supporting large scale systems for a number of clients including, Betfair, the BBC, Barclaycard and others that don't start with a B ;-)

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