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Wednesday, June 19 • 9:00am - 9:25am
PRO TALK: Three Imperatives for Scaling Microservices: Lessons Learned at Capital One

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Microservices architecture is being adopted across the industry. It accelerates delivery of business value and really enables agility to fast changing business environment. But scaling to a highly resilient microservices implementation requires focus on three things: 1. Reducing failure points within the microservice 2) Managing depedencies across a complex web of microservices 3) Tools and processes to reduce mean time to repair and mean time to detect. This also has huge implications on developer mindset, hiring, and training. 1. For failure point analysis, I will present a template for reducing risk of failure within the microservice. Discuss some of the best practices setting up service in a cloud environment. 2. Dependency analysis, I will talk about the architectural considerations like domain driven design, circuit breakers and timeouts, strategies for minimizing customer to reduce the impact of failure of hard dependencies. 3. Reducing mean time to detect and repair: I will discuss about the role of monitoring, how to organize in a 'you build you own environment', practices that helped to quickly recover in case of failure.I will also discuss cultural aspects and role of hiring and training.

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Sairam Tadigadapa

Director, Capital One
Sairam Tadigadapa is a Director at Capital One leading teams credit decisioning. I have been working at Capital One over the last 8 years and got the wonderful opportunity to part of a huge digital transformation in the large finance services organization. I studied Bachelors in Electrical... Read More →

Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:00am - 9:25am EDT
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