In today’s Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn discuss how the concepts of “flow” and “path to production” represent the future of event-driven systems with VMware CTO, James Urquhart.
This episode also answers the following questions:
How do backyard chickens represent an event-driven system?
Why is the evolution from request-response interfaces to event-driven interfaces so valuable?
What does James mean by “path to production”?
How does path to production minimize friction for developers and create a better environment for building and improving code?
What’s the best way to secure buy-in for the cultural change required to adopt this approach?
Beyond CI/CD, what other activities impact the developer path to production?
What is the role of containers in improving path to production?
What is the role of serverless in improving path to production?
How should leaders organize IT for modern software development and efficient path to production?
What is “flow” (a.k.a., the “world wide flow”) and how will it change the way we use software?
What would incentivize an organization to use stream processing?
What are the infrastructural hurdles to adopting this approach?
What architectural decisions should you be making to prepare for flow technologies?
What are the most powerful uses of streams?
How do streams increase organizational efficiencies and improve your customer experience?
How can organizations benefit from sharing flow streams?
What are the ways event-based integration might scale over time?
Steven is Anexinet's Lead Content Strategist, focused on Enterprise Mobile Products, with a diverse background in literature and humor. He has helped countless Fortune 500 companies define the direction of their digital campaigns and web/mobile applications. Additionally, he co-founded Apperian, a Boston-based mobile technology company.