Rebecca Parsons

Evolutionary Architecture & Micro-Services - A Match Enabled by Continuous Delivery @ GOTO Chicago 2015

  • Rebecca Parsons

    CTO, ThoughtWorks

    Dr. Parsons has more than 20 years of application development experience in industries ranging from telecommunications to emergent internet services. She has been published in language and artificial intelligence media, served on numerous program committees, and currently reviews academic articles for several journals.

    Before coming to ThoughtWorks she worked as an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Central Florida. She also worked as director's post doctoral fellow at the Los Alamos National Laboratory researching issues in parallel and distributed computation, genetic algorithms, computational biology and non-linear dynamical systems.

    Dr. Parsons holds a Ph.D in Computer Science from Rice University.

    GOTO Chicago 2015

    Presentation: Evolutionary Architecture & Micro-Services - A Match Enabled by Continuous Delivery

    While micro-services are all the rage, they need to be approached with caution. Using the techniques of evolutionary architecture, coupled with continuous delivery, allows for the micro-services architecture and its companion data architecture to evolve. This talk explores the relationship between these three concepts, focusing on how they all support each other in the creation of complex systems.

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