Microservices and Their Role in Digital Transformation
Sponsored by: Kable
- Digital Strategy
Date: 13 September
Time: 2PM London/3PM Paris
How to successfully adopt and apply microservices to digital transformation
Microservices represent the latest response to the challenge of building dynamic, scalable, and high-performance services and are already widely used in high-volume, mission critical applications, but as with any emerging concept the term “Microservices” is surrounded by a considerable amount of hype, and a lot of confusion. A growing number of organisations are discovering that while the promised benefits of microservices can be realised, it takes a considerable amount of planning and effort to effectively embrace the approach.
This webinar explains the role that microservices can play in supporting public sector organisations in the delivery of their digital strategies and highlights the benefits that a microservices oriented approach can yield.
The webinar looks at the impact that microservices can have on your approach to application development, infrastructure management, and the deployment of new digital offerings. We bring together the experiences of dozens of adopting organisations to provide an insight in to the challenges that microservices present, and the ways in which organisations need to adapt in order to be successful.
We will also provide you with a simple framework that you can use to determine your own organisaton’s readiness to adopt microservices, and identify how you need to adapt in order to successfully apply microservices to your digital strategy.
Head of End User Advisory, Current Analysis
Gary Barnett leads the Enterprise Advisory business for Current Analysis, with responsibility for developing the firm's research program and offering. Gary's primary research focus is the practical application of technologies and methodologies to help organisations deliver business change.
His topic interests include business-focused IT strategy, the role of the CIO, application development, business process management, middleware, cloud computing, SOA, data management, globalization, green IT, innovation, legacy modernization, and infrastructure.
Gary has worked as an analyst, software engineer, CIO and consultant over three decades. Over this time, he has advised end-user organizations from the public, defense and private sectors on IT strategy, enterprise architecture, solution design, the internet of things, and best practice in architecture and software development.
Prior to joining Current Analysis, Gary served as the Chief Analyst for research firm Ovum's Software team. Before becoming an analyst, Gary worked first as a software engineer then as an enterprise architect in the UK and France, developing and designing mainframe and large-scale client-server applications. Gary also served as CIO and Membership Manager for the Royal Yachting Association, the UK's national body for sailing. In 2015, Gary was elected to Fellowship of the Royal Society of the Arts. He is currently pro bono CTO for Airsensa.org, a non-profit IoT startup.
Key Learning Objectives
- Learn about the benefits that microservices offer
- Understand the challenges associated with the adoption of microservices
- Establish the skills and expertise you will need to acquire in order to effectively embrace microservices
- Learn from the experiences of early adopters
- Enterprise Architect
- Head of Architecture
- Head of Enterprise Architecture
- Development Manager