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Getting the Most Out of Microservices

How can you make a success of microservices? How do you know whether it is the right approach for you?

Microservices trade development complexity for operational complexity, but when is that the right trade off to make? And what are the most important things to keep in mind if you want to be successful?

Join our panellists Holly Cummins, Stefania Chaplin and Nicky Wrightson as they share what they’ve learned about building, operating and securing microservices.


Nicky Wrightson

Ventures CTO @blenheimchalcot

Nicky has worked as an engineer for over 20 years over many industries. She is currently working as Ventures CTO for Blenheim Chalcot, a venture builder which believes in investing more than just funds but investing knowledge and experience, ideas and infrastructure to build new sustainable...

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Stefania Chaplin

Solutions Architect @GitLab

Stefania’s experience as a Solutions Architect within Cybersecurity, DevSecOps and OSS governance means she's helped countless organisations understand and implement security throughout their SDLC. As a python developer at heart, Stefania enjoys optimising and improving operational...

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Holly Cummins

Quarkus Senior Principal Software Engineer @RedHat

Holly Cummins is a Senior Principal Software Engineer on the Red Hat Quarkus team and a Java Champion. Before joining Red Hat, Holly was a long time IBMer. In her time at IBM, Holly has been a full-stack javascript developer, a WebSphere Liberty build architect, a client-facing consultant, a JVM...

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Wednesday Apr 6 / 02:55PM BST (50 minutes)


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Effective Microservices: What It Takes to Get the Most Out of This Approach




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