Engineering the Future of Software
18-19 October 2016: Training
19-21 October 2016: Tutorials & Conference
London, UK

Schedule: Integration architecture sessions

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10:45–12:15 Thursday, 20/10/2016
Location: Blenheim Room Level: Beginner
Kai Wähner (Confluent)
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(1.67, 3 ratings)
With the growth of mobile, the cloud, and the Internet of Things, the world is becoming more connected every year. Big data frameworks leverage machine-learning frameworks such as R, Apache Spark, or H2O to find patterns. Kai Wähner explores "fast data" frameworks, which embed these patterns into real-time processing, and explains how they are strongly related to microservices. Read more.
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10:45–11:35 Friday, 21/10/2016
Location: Balmoral Level: Beginner
Steve Marshall (Ministry of Justice)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 6 ratings)
Booking visits with prisoners used to take hours on the phone, but now it takes minutes on GOV.UK despite the backend remaining unchanged. Steve Marshall shows how architectural choices can dramatically improve how users experience your service and how you can quickly iterate in an environment as resistant to change as the UK’s justice system. Read more.
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16:50–17:40 Friday, 21/10/2016
Location: Park Suite (St. James/Regents) Level: Intermediate
Asko Kauppi (Zalando Finland)
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(3.75, 4 ratings)
Asko Kauppi shares what a prototype project discovered about the benefits of truly embracing data streaming and the value of seeing it from the “outside in” (the customer-facing application’s point of view). Using a live demo, Asko covers techniques such as data as code, killing configuration, and providing the minimum appropriate dataset to a subscriber. Read more.