Sponsored by Atomist

October 31, 2019


When you’re migrating to the cloud you quickly end up with a lot of repositories and drift becomes a key risk factor. Over time, companies see fragmentation across their microservices architecture, where increasing numbers of repositories fall behind the desired state. 

This happens with licensing. It happens with dependencies, configuration and API usage, as well as company-specific concerns. It also happens with container security, as outdated images can mean vulnerabilities, and poor port management leads to exposure. 

Join CEO and founder of Atomist, Rod Johnson as he outlines how organizations can fix these critical problems to guard against drift and sprawl. Rod will present the entropy that has happened to company systems, and how to direct a large number of codebase projects with next-gen workflows that keep the small shards of data and infrastructure from becoming a frustrating puzzle of inconsistent status. 


Rod Johnson, CEO and Founder, Atomist

Rod Johnson is CEO of Atomist, the delivery automation company. He created Java's Spring Framework and was co-founder and CEO of SpringSource. Following the acquisition of SpringSource by VMware, Rod served as SVP, Application Platform at VMware. He still writes lots of code, currently in Scala and TypeScript.

Rod is the author of several popular and influential books on Java and Java EE, including "Expert One-on-One J2EE Design and Development" and "J2EE without EJB" (with Juergen Hoeller). He is on the board of several prominent open source companies: Neo Technology and Apollo and has previously served on the boards of Elastic and Hazelcast.