Engineering the Future of Software
16–18 October 2017: Conference & Tutorials
18–19 October 2017: Training
London, UK
Janko Isidorovic

Janko Isidorovic
COO, Mainflux

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Janko Isidorovic is COO of Mainflux. Previously, Janko was an ERP specialist at NELT, southern Europe’s biggest logistic and distribution company, an IT specialist for warehouse operations, and an application and systems engineer. He worked on SAP’s BC implementation team, where he was responsible for SAP landscape design and conceptual design of the business processes and design of interfaces for the MM module. Janko also has significant experience as a project manager; he worked on the GO4YU project, a joint venture between NELT and Telekom Srbija that aimed to provide a mobile, VoIP, and live TV and video on demand streaming platform for Serbian expats in the US and Canada. In 1994, Janko won the First Step to Nobel Prize in Physics, an international competition for high school students organized by the European Physics Society. He holds an MSc in electrical engineering from Belgrade University.

Sessions

10:4512:15 Monday, 16 October 2017
Microservices, pros and cons
Location: Park Suite (St. James / Regents) Level: Intermediate
Secondary topics:  Framework-Focused
Drasko Draskovic (Mainflux), Janko Isidorovic (Mainflux)
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IoT device management and multiprotocol messaging platforms demand specific architectural decisions and high-concurrency approaches due to the massive number of expected devices. Drasko Draskovic and Janko Isidorovic share an architecture, implementation, and testing procedures needed to create an industry-grade IoT platform based on microservices and Docker containers. Read more.