Date : 8 June 2018
You can operate microservices without containers. However, microservices and containers are a dynamic duo, the IT equivalent of milk and cookies. Microservices – single-function services built by small teams, independent from other functions, and communicating only through public interfaces – simply make a great match for containers. Microservices plus containers represent a shift to delivering applications through modular services that can be reused and rewired to perform new tasks. Containerizing services like messaging, mobile app development and support, and integration lets developers build applications, integrate with other systems, orchestrate using rules and processes, and then deploy across hybrid environments.
The result would be Faster and easier development, less error-prone provisioning and configuration, More productive – and hopefully, less stressed – developers.
Venkatnadhan Thirunalai is DevOps Practice Leader, His area of expertise includes DevOps Practice, Consult Fortune 100 customers on DevOps IT Strategy. Responsible for building the global pre-sales, consulting and delivery team for Newt Global. He has 16+ years of IT industry experience and delivered multiple enterprise scale projects for Fortune 500 customer base.
- 5.30pm-6.30pm:Presentation and Q/A session
- 6.30pm-6.45pm: Closure