Code4Life: Tech Meetup #31 [Warsaw]
1. Introduction and Warm-Up
2. Hybrid API Management platform - Adam Stradomski
3. Coffee Break
4. Harness your microservices' APIs - Mateusz Filipowicz
5. Meetup Closure & Afterparty
Do you work in IT? Are you interested in the field and want to meet with peers? Or maybe you just want to swap stories from the Information Technology War Zone?
If so, join us on the Code4Life Tech Meetups!
We bring together Experts from a wide range of IT fields to deliver excellent talks and share their knowledge.
You’ll also get the chance to see how we deploy technologies at one of Pharma industry’s biggest players.
On Thursday 23 of May, we’re meeting up in Warsaw to discuss API Management! We’ve brought together two experienced professionals in area, who will deliver their insights on transparency, clarity, and best practices, gained through years in the API Management battlefield.
Once you’ve satisfied your thirst for knowledge, stick around to recharge your social battery among your IT peers. We’ll provide the refreshments while you get down to networking.
Join us on the Meetup. Build your network. Boost your knowledge.
Adam Stradomski: Hybrid API Management platform
The ongoing digital transformation changes the world and APIs are in the middle of this change. Adam will tell about concept of API Management platforms and journey to implement global self-service Hybrid API Management platform in Roche. Join this meeting to hear about technology, architecture and challenges connecting cloud and on-premise APIs.
IT Expert in Enterprise Application Integration and API Management. 12 years of experience as developer and architect, using different technologies like TIBCO BW, webMethods, MuleSoft , Axway, ApiGee. He likes to learn new technologies and share the knowledge. Recently he integrated Google Mini with his home PC using IFTTT and Pushbullet.
Mateusz Filipowicz: Harness your microservices' APIs
Implementing another service and exposing another API from another container is simple. But how to make your whole solution expose discoverable, managable API, so that clients can easily (and safely!) use it? What if you start using serverless and want to expose an API from functions? What will happen if you put enterprises' complexity on top of it all? Mateusz will try to answer all these questions.
Mateusz about himself:
I'm developer since I was 9, starting from some stuff written in Pascal. Now I work for Roche for nearly 4 years, doing what needs to be done, from designing to coding, mainly being focused around evolutionary architectures a.k.a. microservices, clouds, Kubernetes, good development practices. Privately I've built small home automation based on few Raspberry PIs. And I'm still working on kicking off my own tech blog.