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the conference on event-driven architectures
event-driven • serverless • reactive • functional • event-sourcing
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when: august 17th, 2017
where: the pearl in san francisco, california
what: A single-track, single-room event with a selectively curated audience. There will be a strong focus on conversations, networking, and professional-quality videos.
organized by Serverless logo

schedule

8:00-9:00
breakfast
9:00-9:15
welcome
9:15-9:45

Towards a serverless event-sourced Nordstrom

Rob Gruhl Senior Manager of Serverless Platform Team at Nordstrom

9:45-10:15

Toward a Functional Programming Analogy for Microservices

Bobby Calderwood Technology Fellow at Capital One

10:15-10:45
Break & Refreshments
10:45-11:15

Unikernels and Event-driven Serverless Platforms

Madhuri Yechuri Founder of Elotl

11:15-12:00

Building the communication fabric for an event-driven system

Austen Collins Founder & CEO at Serverless

12:00-1:30
Lunch
1:30-2:00

Being a good citizen in an event driven world

Ajay Nair Head of Product (AWS Lambda) at Amazon Web Services

2:00-2:30

Using Event Driven Architecture to Transform Core Banking

Matthew Lancaster Global Lead, Lightweight Architectures at Accenture

2:30-3:00
Break
3:00-3:30

Imagining Contract-Based Testing for Event-driven Architectures

Dave Copeland Director of Engineering at Stitch Fix

3:30-4:00

Catalyst: Building a Serverless Platform at Uber

Shawn Burke Staff Software Engineer at Uber

4:00-4:30

Rethinking Thinking: Models for Event-driven Programming

Cornelia Davis Senior Director of Technology at Pivotal Software

4:30-5:15
panel on the future of event-driven compute

Jason Polites Product Manager for Google Cloud Functions

Chris Anderson Senior Program Manager for Azure Functions

Michael Behrendt Chief Architect of IBM OpenWhisk

5:15-8:00
Rooftop After Party

food, drinks, live music

why

We’ve seen a fresh wave of interest in event-driven architectures thanks to serverless computing, microservices, machine learning, IoT, and the desire to make modern applications more intelligent, dynamic and resilient.

Yet, event-driven thinking in design, architecture, technology, organization and culture still eludes many.

Let’s change that. Together, we’ll share best practices, patterns and predictions, focused on leveraging event-driven design to build a new application experience, improving action, analysis and productivity, empowering to all.

This conference is where that story starts.

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“The decidedly event-driven real-time digital business is poised to become a priority for mainstream business, yet event processing is confined to niche areas of most IT organizations, and some have no experience with it at all.”
- Gartner, 2017

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