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Track: Remote Teams

Day of week: Wednesday

Businesses have experienced increased benefits of greater productivity, less wasted time, and lower overheads through the use of high performing remote teams. Many companies have been caught unprepared for an immediate need to enable remote teams and remain at nominal velocities. Learn some best practices and create a seamless on-premise team experience that can also be virtualized.

Tracks

  • Remote Teams

    Businesses have experienced increased benefits of greater productivity, less wasted time, and lower overheads through the use of high performing remote teams. Many companies have been caught unprepared for an immediate need to enable remote teams and remain at nominal velocities. Learn some best practices and create a seamless on-premise team experience that can also be virtualized.

  • Internet of Things

    The revolution sparked by the internet of things and edge computing with consumer applications, industry and manufacturing. How can these massively connected solutions boost efficiency and reduce data processing time?

  • Serverless

    How do you optimize your application for an event-driven, cloud managed deployment? Learn from experts how they built in performance considerations, maintained security and ensured reliability in a serverless deployment model.

  • Microservices

    Well built distributed systems may seem like chasing a unicorn. This track gives you best practices to consider during your design phase as you learn about the pitfalls to avoid from an insider’s perspective.

  • Machine Learning

    Discover how ML, deep learning, and other modern approaches are being used in real-world solutions and how you can deploy these concepts to your projects.

  • Containers

    Real-world examples of the challenges and successes of deploying into containers and leveraging FaaS platforms. Hear from experts using the same technologies as you are such as Kubernetes and Docker.