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Friday, April 20 • 11:25am - 11:55am
From Zero to Mobile on Cloud Foundry in 8 Weeks: A Model for How It Is Done - Josh Davis, Platform Consulting Group & Frank Carrubba, MEDSiS International

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Creating a software solution from scratch that supports national governments and global healthcare organizations sounds challenging. And the idea of doing it in a mere eight weeks seems crazy! But our mission to transform a legacy process for the management of Vaccination Records across world populations was exactly the type of project that fits with today's digital transformation agendas.

Equipped with a technology platform based on Cloud Foundry and Android, and leveraging modern software development techniques, our team was able to deliver a mobile Vaccine Management System that satisfies the latest United Nations and World Health Organization usability standards on-time and on-budget. With diverse requirements ranging from very critical security compliance to EU data rules to passport chip technology, this presentation will document our journey from idea to product in just weeks, while sharing our key learnings across all phases of the project, including our best practices for deploying and managing Cloud Foundry at pace.

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Frank Carrubba

MEDSiS International
The Director of Software Development at Medsis, Frank Carrubba is a highly motivated United States Marine Corps veteran. He was recruited in 2016 to lead the global software development team at Medsis. His task is to create state of the art micro-service applications for the international... Read More →
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Joshua Davis

Platform Architect, Platform Consulting Group
Joshua Davis Born in New York City, Joshua began working for the Telecom and the Travel related industry while specializing in Object Oriented Programming in C++ with the Oracle toolset (PRO*C, PL/SQL, Forms, Reports, etc.). In 1999, Joshua decided to become a full-time Java Developer... Read More →

Friday April 20, 2018 11:25am - 11:55am EDT
Meeting Room 253B