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Zhamak Dehghani, Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks

Zhamak Dehghani

Biography: Zhamak Dehghani

Zhamak Dehghani works with ThoughtWorks as a principal consultant, currently focusing on system architecture for continuous delivery. Zhamak has worked as a software engineer and architect for 15 years in the areas of distributed computing communications at the intersection of hardware and software. She has contributed to multiple patents on embedded mobile sensing devices.
Twitter: @zhamakd

Presentation: The yellow brick road: Taking Microservices home in large Enterprises

Track: Microservices / Time: Tuesday 17:00 - 17:50 / Location: Amalienborg

Have you ever tried to execute a Microservices architecture strategy in a large enterprise?
It is difficult. The road is unclear and marked with challenges unique to large organisations.

This talk will take you through tactics learned implementing Microservices architecture in large and complex domains.
The talk will reveal real-world examples of the tactics applied in domains such as Finance, Telecommunication and Supply Chain.
You will leave this talk with a handful of pragmatic approaches to manoeuvre the large enterprise challenges; the funding model of projects to make large architectural changes towards Microservices, the event-based modelling of the complex domain to services not too large and not too small, the integration strategies with legacy systems, the approaches to refactoring the monoliths to Microservices that are in-use and continuously under extension, and changing the team structure and operational models along the way.