Training: June 20–21, 2016
Tutorials: June 21, 2016
Keynotes & Sessions: June 22–23, 2016
Santa Clara, CA
Mike Dvorkin

Mike Dvorkin
Distinguished Engineer, Cisco

Website | @nikrovd

Mike Dvorkin is a recognized thought leader in policy-driven automation and operations. Mike’s work focuses on policy abstraction models and intent-based nonlinear automation methods applied to all aspects of infrastructure, applications, and operations. He is a founder of the Noiro project at Cisco focusing on bringing policy abstraction to open source compute and networking stacks. Prior to Noiro, Mike was a cofounder and chief scientist of Insieme Networks, where he was responsible for conceptualization of the policy layer that is now part of Cisco ACI/APIC. Before Insieme, as part of the early engineering team at Nuova Systems, he was the architect behind the management and control plane of UCS server platform, the first intent-defined server platform. Prior to Nuova, Mike held a number senior technical positions at infrastructure startups. Mike holds a degree in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


10:20am–10:25am Wednesday, 06/22/2016
Location: Mission City Ballroom Level: Beginner
Mike Dvorkin (Cisco)
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Service consumption chaos is currently one of the biggest challenges in microservice environments. Mike Dvorkin discusses how tackling the complexity of exploding service dependencies and their control through a consistent consumption abstraction can significantly simplify how teams develop, test, deploy, and control applications. Read more.