Solutions Architect, EBSCO
Samir Behara is a Solution Architect with EBSCO Industries and builds software solutions using cutting edge technologies. He is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP with over 12 years of IT experience working on large-scale enterprise applications involving complex business functions, web integration, and data management in various domains like Insurance, Manufacturing and Publishing.
Samir is a frequent speaker at local, regional and national conferences and is the Co-Chapter Lead of the Steel City SQL Server UserGroup, Birmingham, AL. He is the author of www.dotnetvibes.com
Designing Data Intensive Cloud Native Applications
Cloud is rapidly changing the way modern-day applications are being designed. Data is at the center of multiple challenges while architecting solutions in the cloud.
With technology changing rapidly, there are new possibilities for processing data efficiently. Cloud Native is a combination of various patterns like DevOps, CI/CD, Containers, Orchestration, Microservices and Cloud Infrastructure. In this session, you will learn more about the tools and technologies that will help you to design data-intensive systems. We will take a structured approach towards architecting data-centric solutions, covering technologies like message queues, data partitioning, search index, data cache, event sourcing, NoSQL solutions, microservices and cloud migration strategies.
If you are a Data Professional, Software Engineer or Architect, come join me in this session to understand the high-level design principles that will help you build scalable, resilient and maintainable systems in the cloud.
Monolith to Microservices: Making a successful transition
Microservices have taken the software industry by storm and most of the organizations want to adopt them.
Are you developing a microservice or are planning to introduce microservices in your organization? Do you want to understand the benefits of embracing the microservice architecture? Do you want to dive deep into the design principles of the microservice architecture?
If the answer to any of the above questions is a Yes, then this presentation is for YOU. Come join me to learn about how we successfully embraced this modern architecture and made the switch in my organization. By the end of this session, you will have a good understanding of this new architectural style and best practices. You will walk away with better insights about transitioning from monolith to microservices, learning how to build microservices from the ground up and apply within your own organization.