Tag: microservices

Hi David, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I am a Principal Architect working for Senacor Technologies, a German consultancy. If this sounds like Powerpoint and Excel, well, in that case think of me as a regular software developer. Microservices were practically unavoidable during the last couple of years. First […]

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Hi Susanne, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I am the former CTO of Just Software – a startup in Hamburg, Germany, providing the digital workplace JUST SOCIAL to communicate and collaborate in teams. Our journey to Microservices was mainly product and organizational driven. We started with a monolith in […]

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Hi Grygoriy, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? Last years I’ve been working as a Software Architect in multiple companies and industries. I’m coming mainly with Java hands-on experience and beside distributed systems architecture hold also background and interests in software security. Microservices to me was always a tool to […]

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Hi Ken, tell us who you are and what lead you into microservices? I’m a software engineer that’s worked for many enterprises all over the world, though currently I work for Red Hat developing Thorntail. As the co-founder and lead of Thorntail, formerly WildFly Swarm, I’ve had the opportunity to delve into microservices from the […]

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