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Thursday, April 19
 

12:05pm EDT

A Deep Dive into Modernization Patterns to Get Your Mission Critical Applications to the Cloud - Shaun Anderson, Pivotal
Shaun will be taking you through several of the most common patterns he and his colleagues have compiled from experience on more than 45 modernization projects. These technical patterns were driven out by the desire to strangle business critical functionality out of legacy monoliths and push to the cloud without impacting current business flow. These patterns can be used to move functionality to the cloud in days and weeks rather than months and years.

Pattern Categories include:

* Strangling the Monolith
* Event Shunting
* Proxies / Facades / Adapters
* Gateways

Speakers
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Shaun Anderson

AppTx Practice Lead, Pivotal
Shaun is an Application Transformation Practice Lead at Pivotal. He spends most of his time slaying, starving and strangling monoliths and defining pragmatic solutions to complicated problems. He has a wealth of experience designing and building mission critical applications with... Read More →



Thursday April 19, 2018 12:05pm - 12:35pm EDT
Meeting Room 253C
  Cloud Native Java
 
Friday, April 20
 

2:05pm EDT

Strategies For Managing Container Secrets At Scale - Matt Surabian, Zipcar
Managing the deployments of thousands of apps for hundreds of developers wouldn't be possible for Matt's team at Zipcar if it weren't for Cloud Foundry. Doing so securely wouldn't be possible without HashiCorp's Vault.

Secret management for containers at scale is a huge challenge, especially if you have compliance requirements like regular rotation of credentials, auditability, and emergency response time. Thankfully there are lots of great community projects that are able to help; the trick is knowing which to leverage given your threat model. This talk will outline some options for managing secrets in a containerized environment and propose a solution to the dreaded "secure introduction" problem.

Speakers
avatar for Matt Surabian

Matt Surabian

Senior Infrastructure Engineer, Zipcar
Matt is a full stack engineer on Zipcar's infrastructure team, which supports the car sharing company’s custom Cloud Foundry architecture. This tooling gives Zipcar's developers the power to continuously deploy thousands of micro-services across multiple data centers. Matt’s background... Read More →



Friday April 20, 2018 2:05pm - 2:35pm EDT
Meeting Room 258A