Cadence (cadenceworkflow.io) is an open source workflow orchestration engine that helps developers focus on writing business logics and scalable code, without worrying about the complexity of distributed systems. Cadence has been widely adopted at Uber and in the open source community to tackle a broad variety of use cases. In this meetup, you will hear from the Cadence team talking about recent development and progress of the project. Two teams that have recently used Cadence to modernize their application will also share what led to their choice of using Cadence, as well as their experiences and learnings along the way.
12:00 PM - Welcome/Intro
12:05 PM - Project update and future roadmap from the core Cadence team
12:20 PM - Case study: How Gulfstream uses Cadence to processing Money Movements flow at Uber
12:35 PM - Case study: Use Cadence to power the next gen Hire Platform at Indeed (Guest speaker from Indeed)
12:50 PM - Q&A
More on the talks:
Cadence project update and future roadmap
Emrah Seker, tech lead from the core Cadence team at Uber, will give an update on the recent progress of the project, and our future roadmaps.
Case study: How Gulfstream uses Cadence to processing Money Movements flow at Uber
Dhirendra Kumar Singh from the Gulfstream team at Uber will share their recent experiences and learnings of implementing and operating money and payments workflows on top of Cadence.
Case study: Use Cadence to power the next gen Hire Platform at Indeed
We have our guest speaker, Quanzheng Long from Indeed, to share what’s behind their recent decision to adopt Cadence to power the next generation of the Hire Platform at Indeed.
We will wrap up the meetup with Q/A.