Microservices Day London takes place at 8 Northumberland Avenue London, on May 25th 2017.
The aim of the event is to bridge the gap between two worlds, cloud-native technology companies and traditional enterprises.
The objectives of microservices day are to provide insights for business transformation from a management perspective and also to provide blueprints for transformation from a technology perspective.
During this not to be missed event, leaders from enterprise and cloud-natives alike will be talking about their stories of business transformation through technology enablement. Learn how leading enterprises are leveraging digital transformation to achieve rapid delivery and be inspired by others who have achieved success in the field.
“Microservices are an emerging software architecture that has delivered high impact results for early adopters like Netflix and Amazon.”
Microservices are an emerging software architecture that has delivered high-impact results for early adopters like Netflix and Amazon. The architecture offers a new way to build enterprise software that makes it easier to deliver on rapidly changing requirements, easier to scale and cope with faults, and easier to avoid technical debt. But microservices are also highly controversial, with many software architects questioning the soundness of the approach, and whether it is truly new or just a variant of traditional service-oriented architecture. Microservices Day will help you answer those questions for yourself.
The discussions during Microservices Day will focus on where the microservices architecture is going as a technology, and how enterprises can use it for competitive advantage. The audience will comprise of technology and business leaders.
For this year’s edition of Microservices Day London, we’ve got a particularly exciting speaker line-up. First up there’s Clifton Cunningham who is the CTO of TES Global. Clifton has had a distinguished career in some of the world’s largest corporations including Accenture, CapGemini and Mail Online. Also joining us will be Dr. Mark Little who is VP of Engineering at Red Hat. Mark leads the technical direction, research, and development for Red Hat JBoss Middleware and is also a professor at Newcastle University and Lyon University. Our very own Richard Rodger, co-CEO & co-founder here at nearForm, will also be speaking.
For updates on further additions to the speaker line-up as well as talk topics and times please stay tuned to the Microservices Day website.
The conference will open for registrations at 08:30 on May 25th, with tea/coffee and breakfast provided for attendees until talks get under way at 09:25. Apart from the 8 inspiring talks and panels hosted during the day, attendees are invited to network and mingle with their peers and speakers during the coffee breaks and lunch provided. To conclude the event, all guests are invited to join the drinks reception at 17,30pm.
There are still tickets available. You can register for your ticket today and find out more information on our website www.microservicesday.com. For live updates visit @microserviceday on Twitter.