24 May 2019
DataArt to Speak at muCon London 2019
London, May 24, 2019 — DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, will speak at this year’s muCon London 2019, one of the leading conferences on microservices, DDD and software architecture, held 29 – 31 May.
The conference is organised by Skills Matter, an organisation that helps technology teams stay on top of the latest technologies and ideas, by enabling the continuous learning and sharing of skills and experience. Attendees will delve into the topic of microservices, focusing on software design and architecture along with VIP keynotes from leading industry experts.
This year DataArt will be a sponsor and a speaker at the muCon London 2019. Attendees will have two opportunities to hear from Nikita Kozlov, Solution Architect of DataArt. The first speaking engagement is titled The Side Effects of Microservices: Making the Industry Better, and the second is titled Multiple Hosting Targets for Microservices: What Could Be Easier?
Nikita will illustrate architecture design patterns using the example of the open source Atlas Framework, recently launched by DataArt, a comprehensive set of infrastructure components for jump-starting the development of .Net microservice applications.
Nikita Kozlov, Solution Architect, DataArt said:
“It is rather tricky to face an existing microservice ecosystem migrate to a new infrastructure. Prerequisites vary: reducing costs of cloud providers, going into a “real” cloud from an “on premise” deployment, or dealing with native cloud services integrations. What are some of the architecture design patterns that prove to be most effective when running out of resources while migrating from one infrastructure provider to another. Let’s find out at muCon 2019.”
29 — 31 May 2019
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
N1 0QH, GB
Day 1 — 29 May at 16:45 in Room 3
Title: The Side Effects of Microservices: Making the Industry Better
When you think of a microservice design approach, what often springs to mind is a clever picture with dozens of instances in a cluster somewhere in the cloud. When you talk about creating an application from scratch, you often cannot imagine the evolution of its ecosystem without building more and more services, one by one.
Day 2 — 31 May at 15:45 in Room 3
Title: Multiple Hosting Targets for Microservices: What Could Be Easier?
It is rather tricky to face an existing microservice ecosystem migrate to a new infrastructure. Prerequisites vary: reducing costs of cloud providers, going into a “real” cloud from an “on premise” deployment, or dealing with native cloud services integrations.
About the Speaker:
With over 10 years of experience in the IT sector, as a developer, technical architect, and solution architect, Nikita’s main focus lies on the architecture design and development of distributed high-load systems for clients in financial services, capital markets, fintech, and travel & hospitality industries.
Nikita is a frequent speaker at various technical conferences on Microsoft .NET both inside and outside DataArt, where he co-leads the Atlas project – an open source accelerator framework designed to improve the business agility of cloud-based .NET applications.
DataArt is a global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, helping clients take their businesses forward. Recognized for their deep domain expertise and superior technical talent, DataArt teams create new products and modernize complex legacy systems that affect technology transformation in select industries.
About muCon London:
muCon, one of the key conferences on Microservices, DDD & Software Architecture is an evolution of muCon London and DDD eXchange. This conference builds on the successes of the original muCon and the DDD eXchange, the latter being one of the longest running conferences in the industry. Broadening the conversations with the key themes - Microservices and DDD - beyond each individual conference, muCon has developed these crucial topics in order to create a bigger event with a stronger focus on software design and architecture.