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Volodymyr Tsap

Volodymyr Tsap

CTO at SHALB, Ukraine

At 19 applied for a Senior Technical Support Engineer position at Genesys, a leader for omni-channel customer experience & contact center solutions. Supporting Java and .NET SDK’s, handling Tier 3 cases for worldwide customers (Apple, Vodafone, T-mobile, Bank of America, etc..). After 3 years become a Staff TSE.

At 23 become a Chief Information Security Officer at the largest ukrainian internet holding company Bigmir-Internet.

In 2009 has founded and become CTO at the SHALB. The company delivers full infrastructure support, security consulting and DevOps services for more than 30 high-load projects worldwide. Now managing Linux Support and DevOps teams, providing architectural planning and private clouds design consulting.

Speaker's activity
Immutable Infrastructure as a default architectural pattern in MSA world
May 26th
13:25 - 14:10

Java EE containers, OSGI containers, can quite easily undeploy and deploy applications at runtime for an upgrade or other various reasons. But you don’t need this. Immutable Infrastructure (II) – the pattern that perfectly fits modern microservice requirements.

During this talk we will cover:

– Immutable Infrastructure concept overview.
– Separation of Data and Code – separation of concerns.
– Java code requirements for II.
– Continuous Deployment upgrade models. Pros and cons.
– II toolsets on GCE, AWS, Openstack and your notebook.