Datawire Announces the Second Annual Microservices Practitioner Virtual Summit -- Datawire.io presents the second annual 4 day Microservices Practitioners Virtual Summit. Four days of hearing from the leaders in the Mircroservices space and all free.
Boston, MA -- Datawire today announced the second annual Microservices Practitioner Virtual Summit July 24-July 27. The Microservices Practitioner Summit series features leading microservices practitioners from organizations. Past Summit speakers include Ben Christensen (Facebook), Kolton Andrus (Netflix), John Billings and Joseph Lynch (Yelp), and Susan Fowler (Uber/Stripe).
Microservices is a development and architectural practice that has gained widespread adoption as companies seek to accelerate development velocity and agility. In a microservices organization, decentralized teams are empowered to independently ship software to meet the needs of customers. Microservice architectures take advantage of the new capabilities provided by technologies such as cloud infrastructure and containers.
This year’s speakers will discuss key challenges and technologies used in adopting microservices. Speakers include:
• Lauri Apple presenting the challenges of managing and curating hundreds of independent software projects at Zalando
• Matt Klein discussing adding the mechanics of deploying resilience and monitoring, at scale, to the microservices at Lyft
• Paul MacKay reviewing the journey towards Microservices, Containers, and Kubernetes at Ancestry
“Based on our firsthand experience in helping organizations adopt microservices, we believe that sharing best practices and education is the key to success. We’re thrilled to welcome some of the world’s leading microservices practitioners to speak at the Summit,” says Richard Li, CEO of Datawire.
Datawire, Inc. provides open source tools, education, and consulting to enable developers to be highly productive when developing services on Kubernetes. Thousands of developers around the world have used Datawire software and education to accelerate their adoption of microservices. Datawire is headquartered in Boston, MA.