From 26 April to 2 May, Amazon Web Services is offering a series of “Tech Breakfast” talks with a focus on Microservices. All events include an introduction to “Microservices on AWS” with Sascha Möllering (AWS) and a talk by our colleagues Jerry Preissler and Alexander Heusingfeld. In this session, they will take a closer look at “Pragmatic Software Engineering – when theory meets real life”.
In this talk, Jerry and Alexander will share some learnings from consulting gigs bringing software-modernization projects from idea to production. They will outline a typical project lifecycle from development to testing, deployment and operation, introducing the Self-Contained Systems (SCS) approach. They will explain, how SCS helped them to align development work with business features, and how they utilized AWS services to serve the re-occuring theme of customers requesting a shorter time-to-market.
These free-of-charge meetings will take place in Berlin (26 April), Munich (27 April), and Düsseldorf (2 May). Register now!
The slides of this presentation are now available on Speakerdeck:
Additional resources mentioned by Alex and Jerry for your personal research:
- Self-Contained Systems Website
- Podcast on Frontend Integration between Self-Contained Systems (Part1)
- Podcast on Frontend Integration between Self-Contained Systems (Part2)
- Talk on UIs for Microservices and Frontend Integration
- “Improvement Approaches” in the AIM42 (Link to Method Guide in Github Pages)
- Case Study “Entwicklung einer skalierbaren Webanwendung mit Amazon Web Services”