Government data management in a microservices architecture
Microservices are quickly becoming the defacto standard for building and deploying applications and containers, and container orchestration engines, such as docker and Kubernetes, have made their way to the forefront of our industry. Traditionally, microservices architectures are discussed in the context of developers and operations. However, a critical organizational component is often left out of these conversations: the data and the data owners.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
-The benefits of microservices architectures and deployments.
-How current data management processes impact and inhibit microservices architectures.
-How to address these inhibiting factors.
We will also explore ways in which organizations and teams of developers can decouple the life cycle of their applications and microservices from the data management life cycle, and what it means to "own" your data. Join us as we discuss how you can use microservices architectures, and the data upon which they operate, to improve the agility of your business.
RecordedMay 10 201850 mins
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