AWS-Powered Microservices: Architecting for Success
In this video for a highly informative and business-focused webinar that delves into the world of microservices architecture, a powerful approach to software development that can drive your business toward greater agility and efficiency. Svitla Systems experts will share their real-case experience, demonstrating how AWS services can be harnessed to design, implement, and maintain microservices in a wide range of scenarios.
In this video you learn about:
- Solid understanding of microservices' role in software development.
- Benefits of adopting microservices architecture for businesses of all sizes.
- Plethora of AWS services available to support microservices implementation.
- Practical strategies for migrating existing systems to a microservices architecture.
- Tips and tricks for implementing microservices architecture in startups.
Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and practical details that can help your business thrive in the age of microservices and cloud computing.
Illya Reznykov, Senior Cloud Architect, Europe Cloud Practice Lead at Svitla Systems, Ph.D.
A seasoned Cloud Architect with over 25 years of experience, Illya has a proven track record of transforming legacy applications through codebase review, refactoring, optimization, migration, and the integration of new features, all while adhering to best practices, testing, and documentation. His hands-on experience with CI/CD pipelines, on-premises, and cloud deployments in Azure and AWS and supporting multiple environments further illustrates his versatility as a leader in the cloud domain.
Teebu Philip, Director, Cloud Services at Svitla Systems
Teebu has practical hands-on experience as well as global management experience with distributed IT Development and Operations teams in the US, Europe, and India. Teebu has deep knowledge of enterprise architecture, systems integration, SaaS, DevOps, and Cloud Technologies. Teebu has led large enterprise transformation initiatives and startups moving from MVP to MMP to stable operations.