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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
August 13–August 16, 2020

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Friday, August 14 • 12:00 - 12:35
Deliver Your Cloud Native Application with Design Pattern as Code - Jun Makishi & Rintaro Sekino, NTT Communications

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As Cloud Native landscape is evolving, and many practices become outdated quickly, it is hard to follow best practices for integrating Cloud Native tools.
NTT Communications has introduced a new idea to manage such integration: Design Pattern as Code. We break a Cloud Native architecture into a small portion of design pattern per context to make it reusable and composable. As this approach enables sharing a well designed and maintained integration pattern across organizations, our software delivery becomes safe and scalable.
We will throw a live demo to build an application from some practical design patterns to turn it to Cloud Native application and delivery it to production safely.
We leverage Tekton, Cuelang, and many other Open Source tools, and we will give all participants our insight to use those tools to achieve such scalable application delivery

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Jun Makishi

Senior Architect, NTT Communications
Jun Makishi is a senior architect at NTT Communications. Leading multiple NTT's SDN projects for 6 years, he has archived to create a software defined networking platform for enterprise cloud. Leveraging this experience, he has joined a DevOps platform project as a platform archi... Read More →
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Rintaro Sekino

Site Reliability Engineer, NTT Communications
Rintaro Sekino is a SRE at NTT Communications. Making CI/CD pipelines to improve a product release cycle, he has joined a DevOps platform project as a DevOps lead.Previously, he was working on SDN controller development for enterprise cloud. Also has 4 years experiences of carrier... Read More →


Friday August 14, 2020 12:00 - 12:35
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