Go to Market Faster with Microservices
Monolithic architectures running on traditional on-prem compute is a major obstacle that businesses face today. It crushes their agility which in-turn hurts their ability to market their services faster. However, AWS has been a major driver for the shift from monolithic architectures running on traditional on-prem compute to microservices running on containers and serverless.
At this event, you’ll learn about:
The evolution of compute, from the data center to serverless, and the birth of microservices.
What exactly are microservices and what are their key benefits?
What challenges and trade-offs do you face when adopting microservice architectures?
A deep dive into Your Call Football (YCF), an innovative mobile application combining fantasy football and fan-sourced play calling. Mission re-architected YCF’s monolithic platform into a microservices architecture leveraging Kubernetes, Jenkins, and Terraform.
3:00 – 3:15 PM, Event Check-In
The evolution of compute with a deep dive into containers and serverless by Jonathan LaCour, CTO at Mission
Microservices on AWS by Gandhi Rakleta from AWS
Hands-on Lab, Microservices on AWS
6:00 – 7:00 PM, optional HAPPY HOUR! (drinks and appetizers will be provided)
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Presenting from AWS
Gandhi Raketla: Solutions Architect. With over 18 years of experience in developing highly scalable applications on both the AWS cloud and on-premise data centers, Gandhi works with AWS partners and customers providing architectural guidance on application modernization and cloud migrations.
Presenting from Mission
Jonathan LaCour: As Chief Technology Officer at Mission, Jonathan guides the development of Mission’s product and platform. He also leads business development initiatives and shares his expertise on current cloud trends and best practices at industry conferences and Mission events.
Scott Goldberg: As a Certified AWS Solutions Architect at Mission, Scott helps Mission customers transform and optimize their AWS cloud environments.