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Wednesday, August 26 • 10:30 - 11:21
Automating Modernization with Anthos Migrate

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This session will focus on automating the activities associated with isolating and extracting microservices from a monolithic application. In this session, we will discuss the “migrate then modernize” strategy of cloud adoption. Our approach will highlight areas of opportunity to implement automation and enable modernization efforts for a mass-migration process. Attendees should expect to leave with the understanding of:
Where “migrate then modernize” is a good fit and where it is not
An opinionated approach on automating a mass-migration enabling modernization
Brief overview on isolating and extracting black-box monoliths
How to leverage GitLab to increase consistency while reducing time-to-deployment of extracted services

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Mike Ensor

Cloud Solutions Architect, Google
Mike is a Cloud Solutions Architect for Google focusing on modernizing development and application practices using industry DevOps principles. Mike has been a regular presenter at conferences across the globe on topics such as automated policy management, implementing “shift-left... Read More →
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Kurt Dusek

Solutions Architect, GitLab
Kurt is a Solutions Architect at GitLab, currently supporting Channel Partners building DevOps consulting practices leveraging GitLab, and working with Alliance members to develop joint solutions around software automation and cloud delivery. Prior to GitLab, Kurt worked as a systems... Read More →

Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:30 - 11:21 PDT
Purple Stage