Please join us for our next meetup on making the Microservices journey easier with MuleSoft Anypoint Platform + Pivotal Cloud Foundry. John D'Emic, Client Architect from MuleSoft, Jonathan Fullam, Senior Manager from Pivotal, and Utkarsh Nadkarni, Platform Architect from Pivotal will be giving an overview of microservices and the various architectural patterns to solve key application requirements, including:
A review of how Spring, Mule and PCF make the microservices journey easier - across domain-centric and connectivity microservices.
A presentation and live coding session of Spring Boot / Cloud and the synergies with PCF for Domain Centric Microservices (Pivotal)
A presentation and architecture session of MuleSoft Anypoint Platform and the synergies with PCF for Connectivity Microservices. (MuleSoft).
See you there!
Please register as a Featured Attendee and you will get a free gift from MuleSoft!
John D'Emic is a technologist, full-stack developer and author currently helping MuleSoft's customers in his role as Client Architect. In addition to co-authoring both editions of Mule in Action, John helps lead MuleSoft's field initiatives around micro service architecture, business intelligence and domain driven design.
Solving business problems with software is a common yet complicated practice. There is inherent complexity in the problem domain, technologies involved, corporate policies, and team dynamics.
By understanding these complexities and appreciating the art of software craftsmanship, I efficiently address my customer's business issues by leveraging modern technologies and development methodologies to implement software based solutions.
I'm a hands on application architect with the ability to understand business problems and effectively communicate and implement software based solutions. I've also excelled as a manager of engineering resources by fostering professional growth and leading technical teams through the completion of multiple projects.
I'm experienced working with a broad set of technologies which include java and related technologies, ruby, PaaS, noSql, big data, and data grid.
Software Architecture, Agile Development, Public Speaking, Pre-Sales Consulting
"Cloud Foundry" 5/2013 Pivotal Labs Tech Talk: http://livestre.am/4rWaa
"Java Batch / JSR 352" at 2012 SpringOne 2GX
"Application Modernization Panel" at New York City Technology Forum 11/2011
"How To Reap the Benefits of Agile Based Test Driven Development" at the 2011 Java ServerSide Symposium
Utkarsh (UT) Nadkarni is a platform architect at Pivotal helping customers transform the way they build and deploy software. He specializes in Pivotal Cloud Foundry® (PCF) -- a Platform as a Service (PaaS) that supplies developers with a ready-to-use cloud computing environment and application services, all hosted by virtualized servers on public and private infrastructure. Besides work, UT enjoys playing ping pong and is known to have a wicked top spin.