Despite its success in building an engineering and DevOps culture, when Capital One embarked on the gargantuan task of embracing microservices several years ago, it had to do an analysis of which of its development and operational practices were applicable to the new architectural style and which had to be fundamentally reevaluated. Irakli Nadareishvili shares lessons learned from the process.
Irakli Nadareishvili is a senior director of technology at Capital One, where he leads the company’s microservices transformation efforts. Previously, he was cofounder and CTO of ReferWell, a NY-based health technology startup, and held technology leadership roles at CA Technologies and NPR. Irakli is a coauthor of Microservice Architecture. You can follow him on Twitter at @inadarei.
Raji Chockaiyan is a director of software engineering at Capital One. She leads cloud tooling, framework and platform efforts that bring the continuous journey to developer’s laptop. Before joining Capital One, she was a director of technology at Walmart Stores, Inc. , responsible for building next generation store fulfillment capabilities, international store Integrations for Walmart portfolio in US and across the globe. Raji holds Masters in Business Administration from University of Arkansas and a Masters in Computer Applications from Gandhigram University, India.
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