[Due to corona restrictions we only have a limited number of seats available. Please register early! To provide the live video stream in the hybrid format, we require a minimum of three online attendees.]
For years and years, many organizations have struggled with the maintenance of their legacy systems and IT landscapes, resulting in high costs, slowed down innovation, and considerably increased time-to-market. To tackle these challenges, many organizations have started to componentize their IT landscapes.
The new software architecture paradigm of microservices seems to deliver on the promises of delivering service-oriented and event-based solutions. Organizations that succeed with microservices report shorter time-to-market, increased scalability and performance, better autonomy, separation of concerns, exchangeability of technologies and databases.
However, implementing a microservices architecture is a challenge as well. For instance, how to break up your landscape into services, how to model its requirements, how do you design microservices, what does the internal architecture of a microservice look like, what technology stack to choose, how to build and test microservices, how to set-up fully-automated deployment pipelines, security, and infrastructure-as-code. And also, how do the implementation and use of microservices architectures and continuous deployment influence and change the structure and collaboration in your organization?
Ever since he started the very first microservices architecture implementation in The Netherlands, early 2014, in his role of chief technology officer at a well-known insurance company, Sander Hoogendoorn has innovated software development, and he has compiled his many real-life experiences into this packed one-day course.
During this course, Sander presents a recipe for successfully moving towards microservices, and he shares many of the big and smaller decisions you will need to make during a journey on the way to a microservices IT landscape. This involves moving away from large legacy monoliths and modelling requirements, software architecture and design patterns, the right granularity of services, contracts, breaking up databases, and splitting up user-facing applications as well. Sander also touches on domain-driven design, API design, security-be-design, infrastructure-as-code, continuous deployment, setting up automated testing and deployment pipelines, and even reshaping the culture and collaboration within your organization.
Sander will share his many hands-on, real-life challenges and examples from his personal journey, successfully helping four different organizations towards reshaping their IT landscape, in different industries such as insurance, logistics, retail, and IoT, and in roles such as chief technology officer, chief architect, architecture coach and developer.
This course is geared for both decision-makers and tech representatives, COO’s and CTO’s, enterprise architects, software architects, front-end, back-end, and full-stack developers in any technology stack, QA, testers, designers, analysts, and product owners. The topics, recipes, and many practical examples that are provided will assist you in identifying a clear roadmap towards microservices, and help you improve the quality and maintainability of your systems.
At the top of this page you can download the PDF brochure of this workshop.
Van der Valk Hotel Utrecht
3526 KV Utrecht
Telefoon 030 8000 800
The hotel is very well accessible by public transport. From busstop ‘Kanaleneiland Zuid’ it is only a three-minute walk. You can also take the tram line 60 or 61 from trainstation Utrecht Centraal and get off at stop ‘Kanaleneiland’. Please consult www.9292.nl (door-to-door journey planner, also available in English) or call 0900-9292 (travel advice by phone, € 0.70 p/m).
Van der Valk Hotel Utrecht is also located next to the highway A12, exit 17 (Utrecht / Jaarbeurs / Kanaleneiland).
Although the hotel has a large parking garage, we cannot guarantee parking spots. We therefore advise you to go by public transport.
For those who would like to arrive the day before, there is the possibility of staying at the Van der Valk Hotel Utrecht. However, the hotel does not provide special discounts for attendees of events. Therefore, when interested in an overnight stay, please consult Van der Valk directly to make a reservation.
More information about the hotel and the location can be found on their website www.vandervalkhotelutrecht.nl.
Practically all of our seminars and workshops can be offered as an In-house course for your company exclusively. We can tailor with extra focus on specific topics that apply to your organization. Also available in online format or in face-to-face format with live video stream.