Rachio.com: Transition from monolith to microservices - Franz Garsombke
6:00-6:30: Networking and Food
Food sponsors for this month are Ibotta and Okta.
6:40-8:00: To hell and back. Monolith to Micro.
Learn how Rachio, a Denver based IoT company specializing in smart WiFi irrigation controller and flow meter technology, rebuilt from the ground-up their cloud infrastructure from a single monolithic app to a robust micro service based architecture. The platform currently includes all the buzz-words like AWS, IoT/MQTT, gRPC, CI/CD, Terraform, and "containers". Also, learn why Franz kicked a hole in the wall.
Franz Garsombke, CTO and Co-founder of Rachio, has been developing and architecting enterprise software solutions in Colorado for the entirety of his career. Franz is a huge proponent of open source frameworks and is passionate about developing and delivering simple, quality, pragmatic applications. He is proud to also be the co-founder of a, albeit very old, Java Bean mapping framework (http://dozer.sourceforge.net) and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on his mountain bike.
Information about Denver Microservices
We are a community of like-minded software engineers that come together to decouple monolithic and spaghetti architectures. Microservices architecture is enabled by a spectrum of tools categories but is primarily an architectural approach to system design that also requires considerable organizational and cultural adjustment to execute successfully. This meetup is for people interested in architecting, designing, deploying, and maintaining mircoservice based architectures.