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.
Towards a serverless event-sourced Nordstrom
Rob Gruhl Senior Manager of Serverless Platform Team at Nordstrom
Toward a Functional Programming Analogy for Microservices
Bobby Calderwood Technology Fellow at Capital One
Break & Refreshments
Unikernels and Event-driven Serverless Platforms
Madhuri Yechuri Founder of Elotl
Building the communication fabric for an event-driven system
Austen Collins Founder & CEO at Serverless
Being a good citizen in an event driven world
Ajay Nair Head of Product (AWS Lambda) at Amazon Web Services
Using Event Driven Architecture to Transform Core Banking
Matthew Lancaster Global Lead, Lightweight Architectures at Accenture
Imagining Contract-Based Testing for Event-driven Architectures
Dave Copeland Director of Engineering at Stitch Fix
Catalyst: Building a Serverless Platform at Uber
Shawn Burke Staff Software Engineer at Uber
Rethinking Thinking: Models for Event-driven Programming
Cornelia Davis Senior Director of Technology at Pivotal Software
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
Rooftop After Party
food, drinks, live music
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.
“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