A virtual event
designed for you

InfoQ Live is a virtual event designed for you, the modern software practitioner. Take part in facilitated sessions (on or off camera) with world-class practitioners. Hear from software leaders at our optional InfoQ Roundtables.

Join us to accelerate your learning, be better informed, and drive innovation.

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2 tracks, 6 sessions, 6 talks

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6 Q&As with Speakers and Peers

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6 Facilitated Peer Sharing

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2 Optional InfoQ Roundtables

More than just talking heads.

You won’t find endless one-way video streams at InfoQ Live. You’ll deep dive with world-class practitioners in microservices and serverless. Connect with peers (on camera) in safe and facilitated sessions.

Bring your questions.

InfoQ Live is interactive. Bring your questions. Get peer-validated actions on how to tackle your challenges. Leave with actions based upon experience, not theory.

Get together.

We love software. Yet we know how powerful coming together with your peers can be. Connect, see and speak with like-minded people. Be on time, be camera-ready, and get ready to connect in-person, online.

Learn from world-class practitioners

Learn from extraordinary speakers driving change and innovation within microservices. Hear their valuable insights and advice to help you with your microservices journey.

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Nicky Wrightson
Principal Engineer @Skyscanner
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Adrian Cockcroft
VP Cloud Architecture Strategy @AWSCloud & Microservices Pioneer
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Guy Podjarny
Co-founder @SnykSec, previously CTO @Akamai

Agenda

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Check out our agenda for the sessions you want to attend in real-time.

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Get access to 2 tracks, including 6 talks, 6 Facilitated Peer Sharing Sessions and 6 Q&As.

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Attend our optional InfoQ Roundtable panel discussions to close the day.

ALL TIMES ARE EST AUGUST 25
9:00
Operating Microservices Session 1 Talk (20 min)
Peer Sharing (20 min)
Q&A (10 min)
Serverless Session 1 Talk (20 min)
Peer Sharing (20 min)
Q&A (10 min)
9:50 Break
10:00
Operating Microservices Session 2 Talk (20 min)
Peer Sharing (20 min)
Q&A (10 min)
Serverless Session 2 Talk (20 min)
Peer Sharing (20 min)
Q&A (10 min)
10:50 Break
11:00
Operating Microservices Session 3 Talk (20 min)
Peer Sharing (20 min)
Q&A (10 min)
Serverless Session 3 Talk (20 min)
Peer Sharing (20 min)
Q&A (10 min)
11:50 Break
12:00 CO-LOCATED EVENTInfoQ Roundtable: Observability Patterns for Distributed Systems (sponsored)
12:45 Break
13:00 CO-LOCATED EVENTInfoQ Roundtable: Microservices - Are they still worth it? (sponsored)

We’ve designed InfoQ Live to help you connect with like-minded peers in a virtual setting. Each session features a keynote from world-class practitioners, Q&As and an opportunity to engage with peers to help answer your questions. You’ll get actionable ideas you can implement right away.

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InfoQ
Roundtables

Join a live panel discussion between software practitioners (and ask your own questions) to accelerate your learning and become better informed.

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InfoQ Roundtable: Microservices - Are they still worth it?

Lots of us have moved away from monolithic architectures and embraced microservices but do we see the bang for the buck? Is the impact they are having a positive one or negative one? Is there an alternative middle ground? Have we learnt how to wrangle all the operational complexity inherent with large distributed systems? Panelists from a wide range of companies share their thoughts.

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InfoQ Roundtable: Observability Patterns for Distributed Systems

Spiralling expenses, humans as single-points-of-failure, and the challenges in understanding service dependencies all contribute to significant – yet often hidden – costs in monitoring operations in complex systems. Panelists explore how a sound observability strategy can help you not only mitigate these costs, but also avoid common pitfalls in monitoring distributed systems.

Sponsors

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Silver Sponsors

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