**Intended Audience: Technology Management and Software Developers
Timeline & Location: 4th & Madison Building
6:00 PM - Doors Open! Social Mixer, beverages and appetizers
6:30 PM - Presentation
7:30 PM - Open Discussion, beverages & appetizers
8:00 PM - Event End**
Organizations have stories to tell with data. Often, they know what analyses need to be run, what correlations need to be found, and what comparisons need to be made. But getting a handle on ever larger volumes of data, processing it, understanding and/or identifying trends, can be a daunting.
In this presentation we will identify some of the challenges organizations face trying to break apart monolithic architectures to capture what happens to data (as it is being processed) thereby providing insight and actionable event streams. We will review a reference architecture, dive into some technical considerations, and reveal some lessons learned from having built and scaled such an architecture for a Fortune 100 company in the travel industry.
Chris is a Solutions Architect with Dev9. He has over 20 years of software development experience within Engineering, Procurement and Construction, Telecommunications, Oil and Gas, and High-Tech industries. He is passionate about Open-source with keen interest in designing Cloud Native services and applications. When he is not working, he's a husband, father of two, Little League umpire, experimental cook, and novice Kung-fu student.
Jeff is a Solutions Architect, and Agile Consultant with a focus on JVM-based application development. Jeff's expertise lies in designing and developing enterprise Java applications using open source components, project configuration management/continuous integration, and the open source Java ecosystem.
Thursday, June 2, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar
4th & Madison Building - 925 Fourth Avenue 4th Floor Meeting Room, Seattle, WA 98104 - View Map