Microservices / Information Security

Oct 16, 2014 · Murray, United States of America

• 5:30 - 6:00  Pizza, Sandwiches and Drinks
• 6:00-7:00  How a Non-Coder perceives the World of Information Security - Jason Tracy
• 7:00-800  Microservice Architecture - Chris Hansen
• 8:00  Door Prizes 

How a Non-Coder perceives the World of Information Security 

An insight into how a security guy sees users, threats and technology and what he does in the face of that perceived reality in his every day work including the biggest stumbling blocks on the way to a mostly secure environment.

Jason Tracy is a veteran Information Technologist of 15+ years with experience in Networking, Systems, Telecommunications, Information Security and Technology Management including the coordination of large, Enterprise-wide deployments and initiatives.  He’s an avid reader, a reluctant (yet enthusiastic) conspiracy theorist, a husband and a father of five.

Microservice Architecture

Microservice Architecture has a lot of buzz right now, with industry leaders like Netflix and ThoughtWorks espousing its benefits. In this presentation we’ll define the term "microservice", discuss the inherent tradeoffs, and provide tips on making them work in the real world. 

Chris Hansen is the CTO of Zane Benefits, where his team is building a platform from the ground up using Microservice Architecture. Previously, Chris was an Architect at Overstock.com and Experticity. Chris's experience with RESTful services dates back to 2008, with Overstock's migration to a Service Oriented Architecture. At Experticity, Chris worked to establish patterns and tools for writing microservices.

Location - http://ujug.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=48&Itemid=55 

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