Leah Robert

(She / her / hers)

Solution Architect @Solace

As a Solution Architect at Solace, I help organizations move to an Event Driven Architecture, enabling the real-time movement of their data from on-premises to public cloud, private cloud, or to IoT devices. I have been working in the event-driven space for over 5 years and have experience with designing architectures, integrating applications, and educating developers & architects on these paradigms.

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Design, Document and Discover your Event-Driven Architecture

With the wider adoption of event driven architecture the challenges of managing, maintaining and extending a decoupled, asynchronous system have become paramount. As these event-driven systems grow, the same decoupling that allows for ease of extension introduces new challenges making it increasingly difficult to understand the interactions and flow of events throughout the business. Many similar challenges have been solved by the use of API Management Platforms for the world of synchronous APIs, but until now there hasn’t been an easy way to overcome these challenges for the asynchronous world.

The Event Portal provides a single interface to design, document and discover the application interactions within the organization and across its different business domains. Developers and Architects can use the Event Portal to visualize these decoupled interactions and get a better understanding of available events to promote reuse of published data, ultimately enabling organizations to innovate more rapidly. In this talk, we will look at the challenges of an event driven architecture and how an Event Portal will help organizations overcome them.

Date

Wednesday Nov 11 / 04:15PM EST (45 minutes)

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Event Mesh as a Real-Time Data Movement Fabric for APIs and Hybrid Cloud

Organizations are more widely adopting an event driven architecture (EDA) to enable the real-time interaction between systems and applications, but challenges arise when those systems are in a diverse set of environments and locations. There are multiple cloud options, on-premises data centers and individual sites that can all contribute or consume an organization’s data. An event mesh provides a real-time communication method for connecting hybrid cloud architectures, providing guaranteed delivery and dynamic filtering.

In this session you will learn what an event mesh is and how it bridges data between disparate locations using event driven architecture.

Date

Monday Nov 1 / 05:15PM EDT (45 minutes)

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