March 8-10, 2017
Montreal, Canada

Moving From a Monolithic to a Microservices Architecture

As an application starts to grow, the flexibility that inclined us to build a monolith vanishes. The once reliable system is now prone to errors, bugs leak to unexpected places and new features take a considerable time to be delivered. Spotify, Amazon and Netflix solved these problems moving to microservices, giving back productivity and confidence to developers and stakeholders. I want to share some guidelines that helped me do this transition.

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Artur Caliendo Prado

Youse

Artur has 7 years of experience with Ruby on Rails after 5 working with C#. He worked in the largest magazine publisher in Brazil, building high-performance websites like Exame.com, with 90 million page views per month and 6 million unique visitors.

He is currently working on Youse, a startup that aims to change the insurance market with a strong focus on innovation and technology. In 2004 he won the 3rd place in the Brazilian stage of Microsoft Imagine Cup.

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