The panelists discuss how Manulife is transforming the way it builds software and how this transformation looks like from the point of view of developers, operators and the business.
Jay Marshall and Vic Iglesias talk about how GCP was built for the enterprise, enabling users to deploy their applications on the same infrastructure Google uses for search, YouTube or GMail.
Steve Garrity explains the custom process they use at Hearsay Social for large, enterprise projects.
May Xu discusses the benefits and challenges of using DevOps in the enterprise and how to adopt it, covering business value discovery, people, principles, practices, the environment and metrics.
Dustin Hudson discusses enterprise architecture using case studies and life examples to illustrate how to put together legacy systems and third-party apps while considering user-driven decisions.
Guillaume Laforge talks about APIs, how Groovy and Rest services interact, and how to test such APIs with Spock to be “Enterprisey".
The panelists, Alisa Bowen, Pete Steel, Cameron Gough, Lachlan Heasman (moderator), discuss the current status and the future of Agile in the enterprise.
Saul Caganoff looks at what service-oriented enterprises can learn from APIs and microservices to overcome both technical and cultural challenges.
Scott Shaw, James Gregory describe the benefits of a polyglot approach to building enterprise software, showing how diversity can shorten feedback cycles and expose hidden business model assumptions.
Pete Smith discusses the difficulties of being an enterprise developer, the limits set for development in such an environment and what can be done about it.
Peter Pilgrim presents the experience of adopting Scala in the digital enterprise. He provides technical and development advice to agile teams new to implementing Scala.
Dan Woods discusses the approach to developing a scalable enterprise architecture, and demonstrates implementations based on the variety of technologies available from the Groovy ecosystem.