Rick Timmis and Janet Valbuena share a real-world journey migrating from a single megalithic application hosted in a data center to a distributed multicomponent application structure running on the Amazon’s AWS cloud, followed by refactoring and replacing the components with microservices to complement the migration from monolith to serverless cloud. Join in to learn what worked and what didn’t.
Rick Timmis is a development manager at WiFi SPARK Ltd, where he works on the company’s international growth program and is responsible for platform, systems, and software development. A charismatic, optimistic, and sociable geek, Rick is cut from the cloth of “getting things done.” He’s held multiple directorship appointments and is very experienced at delivering evolutionary internal change and implementing ERP and CRM systems wealth of experience in software systems, mechanical engineering, and business systems automation. An active participant in the free software and open source community and a graduate of the University of Reallydunnit, Rick is a founding member and former CEO of the UK Open Source Consortium and is a current member, mentor, and developer with the Kubuntu flavor of the Ubuntu Linux distribution.
Janet Valbuena is a software developer, package manager, release manager, and technology advocate at WiFiSPARK Ltd.
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