120. KGD.NET - Warm Up be4 DevConf 2019

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We have a great tradition that one day before the DevConf conference ( https://devconf.pl/ ) we host a meeting of KGD group.
This year we will have two special guests from abroad: Henry Been and Adam Ralph.

IMPORTANT: Time is different than usual, we are starting at 6:00pm

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"Infrastructure as Code: Azure Resource Manager - inside out"

In a fast moving software project, the demands that your application poses on it’s infrastructure might change often and drastically. Are you also fed up with having to apply infrastructure changes by hand? Not to worry! In Azure there is the Azure Resource Manager, an unified API for managing all your Azure services in a declarative style.
In this session Henry Been will give you the full tour of ARM templates. Starting from scratch, we will explore how you can setup an architecture that is ready for deployment of your application code. We will touch upon syntax, manual deployment, integration with Azure Pipelines and more advanced features as nesting templates, authorizations and policies. Infrastructure as Code: Azure Resource Manager - inside out
In a fast moving software project, the demands that your application poses on it’s infrastructure might change often and drastically. Are you also fed up with having to apply infrastructure changes by hand? Not to worry! In Azure there is the Azure Resource Manager, an unified API for managing all your Azure services in a declarative style.
In this session Henry Been will give you the full tour of ARM templates. Starting from scratch, we will explore how you can setup an architecture that is ready for deployment of your application code. We will touch upon syntax, manual deployment, integration with Azure Pipelines and more advanced features as nesting templates, authorizations and policies.

Henry Been | DevOps & Azure Architect | Microsoft MVP

Henry Been is an independent architect and developer from The Netherlands. He enjoys working with software development teams to create and deliver great software. His interests include the Azure cloud, Agile, DevOps, software architecture and the design and implementation of testable and maintainable software. Next to his work, he is also one of the Microsoft ALM | DevOps Rangers and has been awarded the Microsoft MVP award. Henry tries to share what he's learned with the community at conferences and meet-ups or through his blog henrybeen.nl. You can catch him on Twitter (twitter.com/henry_been/) or LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/henrybeen/)

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"Finding your service boundaries - a practical guide"

We know it's useful to split up complex systems. We've seen the benefits of modular deployment of microservices. Dealing with only one piece of code at a time eases our cognitive load. But how do we know where to draw the service boundaries? In complex business domains, it's often difficult to know where to start. When we get our boundaries wrong, the clocks starts ticking. Before long, we hear ourselves say "it would be easier to re-write it".
Join Adam for practical advice on discovering the hidden boundaries in your systems. Help tease out the natural separation of concerns in a sample business domain. During 20 years of developing complex systems, Adam has had plenty of time to get things wrong. Learn to avoid the common pitfalls that can lead us down the path to "the big re-write".

Adam Ralph | Distributed systems expert at Particular Software

Adam is a distributed systems enthusiast and digital nomad. He works for Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus. Adam has designed and maintained complex software systems at several companies in the finance industry. He's seen both the good and the bad that can come from applying techniques like SOA, DDD, and microservices. He also likes to speak, maintain open source projects, and fix white space rule violation