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Realigning DevOps practices to support microservices: A Capital One case study

Irakli Nadareishvili (Capital One), Raji Chockaiyan (Capital One)
4:50pm–5:40pm Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Microservices
Location: Sutton North
Secondary topics:  Best Practice, Case Study
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Who is this presentation for?

  • DevOps and microservices practitioners

Level

Intermediate

Prerequisite knowledge

  • Basic software engineering and cloud engineering experience

What you'll learn

  • Understand the realities of building microservices architecture applications in a large organization
  • Explore the cultural shifts required when teams (of any size) embark upon something as transformational as new architectural paradigms (microservices specifically)
  • Discover lessons Capital One learned

Description

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.

Topics include:

  • How much of “let a thousand flowers bloom” is appropriate?
  • What does “you build it, you own it” specifically mean for an organization of thousands of engineers and hundreds of critical applications?
  • Where are the efficient lines of separation between centralization and federation?
  • A fundamental rethinking of deployment models from DevOps to new architectural capabilities
  • A cultural shift: What are traditional software development roles in the new reality?
  • Changes in tooling
  • Pragmatic approaches to heterogeneity: How much freedom is enough?
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Irakli Nadareishvili

Capital One

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.

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Raji Chockaiyan

Capital One

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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Raji Chockaiyan | DIRECTOR OF SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
02/07/2019 11:36am EST

Hello, everyone! Thank you for active engagement during the session. Here is the link to our slides that many of you have asked.

Sanjay Kammili |
02/06/2019 12:01pm EST

Could you please upload slides?

Hadi Dewan | SENIOR SOFTWARE ENGINEER
02/06/2019 6:36am EST

Can you publish your slide please? I am looking for a devop recommendation.

I have multiple loosely couple micro services such that sometime commit on multiple repo needs to go in together. It is in the form of all or nothing. What tool do you recommend for this. (We are using repo tool and gerrit)