7–9 November 2016: Conference & Tutorials
9–10 November 2016: Training
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Matthew Skelton

Matthew Skelton
Principal Consultant, Skelton Thatcher Consulting

Website | @matthewpskelton

Matthew Skelton is a cofounder and principal consultant at Skelton Thatcher Consulting, where he specializes in helping organizations adopt and sustain good practices for building and operating software systems, such as continuous delivery, DevOps, aspects of ITIL, and software operability. Matthew has been building, deploying, and operating commercial software systems since 1998. He curates the well-known DevOps Team Topologies Patterns and is coauthor of Database Lifecycle Management (Redgate) and Continuous Delivery with Windows and .NET (O’Reilly).


11:50–12:30 Monday, 7/11/2016
Matthew Skelton (Skelton Thatcher Consulting)
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Moving from a monolith to microservices can be daunting. How do you choose the right bounded contexts? How small should services be? Which teams get which services? And how do you keep things from falling apart? Matthew Skelton explains how to infer some useful heuristics for evolving from a monolithic architecture to a set of more loosely coupled services by starting with the needs of the team. Read more.