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Thursday, October 12 • 16:00 - 16:30
To Refactor or Not: How to Systematically Modernize Your Java Applications - Kamala Dasika, Pivotal & Michael Villiger, Dynatrace

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Although Cloud Native Apps are the future, most modern enterprises actually consist of a heterogeneous mix of workloads. Enterprises are now looking beyond just new applications as part of their modernization strategy in order to to reduce technical debt, redesign and re-platform their monolithic java applications to a cloud-native architecture.

With such projects increasingly receiving executive attention, initiatives like this begin with big questions - where do I start, what applications make sense to refactor, and what is the user impact?

In this talk we will take you step-by-step and provide a structured framework for:
x Choosing the right candidate apps for modernization
x Uncovering the seams in your monolith you that you can carve off
x Discovering dependencies to reduce cohesion and coupling
x Minimizing customer impact during migration

Speakers
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Kamala Dasika

Product Team, Cloud Platform Ecosystem, Pivotal
Kamala Dasika has been working in Cloud Foundry product team since 2011 and has previously held various product or engineering positions at VMware, Tibco, SAP, and Applied Biosystems. Kamala started her software career 17 years ago with a transformative technology – the first fully... Read More →
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Michael Villiger

Sr Technical Partner Manager, Dynatrace
Like many current professionals, Mike has taken a long and tangled road within the IT industry. Mike has spent the last 20 years occupying various engineering positions surrounding web-scale performance, architecture, and operations before joining Dynatrace in 2014. At Dynatrace Mike... Read More →


Thursday October 12, 2017 16:00 - 16:30
Boston, Ground Floor

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