At Gartner Enterprise Architecture & Technology Innovation Summit

Microservices architecture (MSA) is at the top of the hype cycle, but organizations that "do microservices" without a clear understanding of the problems it solves — and the problems it can create — risk creating new and unforeseen problems. The right architecture for your organization is a mix of fine-grained and coarse-grained services. 

Apply MASA principles to improve customer experience by means of seamless interactions across multiexperience apps, devices and channels supported by mediated APIs, multiple enterprise applications and a mesh of services.

Highlighted Sessions: Microservices & Containers at Gartner Enterprise Architecture & Technology Innovation Summit

Track D: Stay Ahead of Emerging Technologies and Trends

Take positions on key emerging technologies and trends to prioritize innovations and impact on your industry and organization. This track will explore how to create a culture of innovation, develop applications and microservices, and drive innovation to enhance customer experience.

Recommended sessions on the agenda include:

  • Ask the Expert: Using Service Mesh for Developing Applications in Microservices Environments
  • Tutorials: A Guide to Containers, Kubernetes and Microservices
  • Workshop: Containers and Kubernetes 101 - Mastering the Fundamentals

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Key topics on the agenda include:

  • Understanding/exploring/diving into containers, kubernettes, and microservices 
  • Developing applications and microservices environments
  • Using Mesh and MASA to develop applications
  • Navigating fragmented service mesh technologies

Explore additional Gartner content on this topic:

Smarter With Gartner Article: 4 Steps to Design Microservices for Agile Architecture

When you make the switch to microservices, you’re investing in agility — but as with any investment, you should make sure the benefits and risks align with your goals. Successful microservices architecture (MSA) is more complex than traditional application architectures and therefore demands more effort and discipline to design, build and manage it.

Read the full Smarter with Gartner article here