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March 30th, 2017

1:00pm ET

Containerization of microservice based applications enables full team responsibility from code, to operations and eventually maintenance, which enables faster time-to-market, shorter feedback cycles and maximizes continuousness delivery. This modern approach leads to a much higher rate of change, which in turn can lead to chaos. The challenge is how to make sense out of the chaos that deploying containerized microservices at scale creates, and how to get visibility into everything inside, outside and around the containers including the quality of the application’s services.

Join the technical experts from Mesosphere and Instana as they tackle visibility and orchestration requirements to deploy and manage your containerized microservice apps and infrastructure. 


ravi2.jpgRavi Yadav

Platform Partnerships Architect, Mesosphere

Ravi Yadav is a Platform Partnerships Architect at Mesosphere. Prior to this, he was a Developer Advocate at IBM. In his past life, he worked on developing device drivers for medical devices.


Pedro Pacheco

Solutions Architect, Instana

Pedro Pacheco is veteran of the application performance monitoring industry. Mr Pacheco began his career as a c/c++ developer writing CAD and remote sensing applications. As the applications he wrote grew and became more complex, Mr. Pacheco became more involved with performance engineering and management of production applications; having used and worked for various different APM vendors, such as Quest, AppDynamics and now Instana.



Pavlo Baron

Chief Technoloy Officer, Instana

Pavlo Baron has over 25 years of experience in the IT industry. He has worked as an enterprise architect and engineering lead in companies of different sizes and markets, such as Sixt and UniCredit. As a consultant, Pavlo has helped enterprises such as Deutsche Bank, BMW, ING-DiBa, Fiducia define and establish the strategic adoption of modern technologies and big data. Pavlo's passions are high-performance distributed systems and large data sets – the infrastructure behind big data - and data science, the areas he's pioneered very early for the companies he worked for. Pavlo is frequent speaker at international conferences such as QCon, TechMesh, GOTO, and is a published author of four IT books: Big Data for IT Decision Makers, Erlang/OTP, Pragmatic IT Architecture and Fragile Agile.