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Large Scale Architectures Panel

Join Eder Ignatowicz of Red Hat as he explores architectural issues with a panel of experts from some of the world's largest architectures.


Sarah Wells

Former Tech Director for Engineering Enablement @FT (Financial Times)

Sarah is a technology leader, consultant and conference speaker with a focus on microservices, engineering enablement, observability and devops. She has over 20 years experience as a developer, principal engineer and tech director across product, platform, SRE and devops teams.Sarah spent...

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Vitor Pellegrino

Director of Engineering @SeatGeek

Vitor Pellegrino is a Director of Engineering at SeatGeek. He leads the Cloud Platform team, which is the group responsible for developing the platform that powers all SeatGeek's systems. He has been working as a software developer for over 15 years with companies in Brazil, Germany and...

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Anderson Parra

Senior Software Engineer @SeatGeek

Ander is a software engineer with many years of experience in large distributed systems that support high-traffic and huge volumes of data. He has created solutions using Java, Scala, JavaScript, Ruby, Python and Golang for companies in Brazil, Ireland, Germany, UK, and US. He has a master's...

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Bart de Water

Manager @Shopify Payments Team

Bart works as a manager on the Shopify Payments team from Montréal, Canada. Over the last couple of years, Bart has helped scale Shopify’s in house payment offering to more merchants in more markets and with support for more payment methods. Before moving to the cold lands of poutine and...

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Monday Apr 4 / 05:25PM BST (50 minutes)


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Architectures You've Always Wondered About




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