May 2-4, 2018 - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Thursday, May 3 • 11:55 - 12:30
From eval to prod: How a Service Mesh Helped Us Build Production Cloud-Native Services - Israel Sotomayor, Moltin (Beginner Skill Level) (Slides Attached)

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Moltin is an online solution that builds unified APIs to help companies process payments, inventories, and ecommerce. Helping other companies process financial transactions means that running robust reliable systems is a key business concern.

In this talk, Israel Sotomayor (Software Engineer) covers how Moltin used Linkerd in production from day 0; in other words, this is a look at going from evaluation through running in production. Israel explains how Moltin systems started as a monolithic beast that needed a full architectural revamp to decompose it into microservices. In shifting to microservices, several key concerns presented themselves and his team was able to use Linkerd throughout the process to solve practical problems. Israel shares his insights, lessons learned, and practical tips you can use to make adopting cloud-native architectures achievable using a service mesh.

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Israel Sotomayor

Infrastructure Engineer, Moltin
Israel Sotomayor is an Infrastructure Engineer at Moltin. He has a multi disciplinary background in different technologies and areas, including work as both a platform engineer and infrastructure engineer. Although his background is varied, he's passionate about distributed syste... Read More →

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Thursday May 3, 2018 11:55 - 12:30