EXPERT TALKS ONLINE WEBINAR

Client Spotlight: Migrating from Monolith to Micro-Services. Rohan Berry, Head of Digital IT, Big W

October 28, 2020 7:30 am London BST
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Approximately 1 hour(s) with question time included.

Part of series: Client Spotlight
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Big W

About this event

Big W recognizes the need to be a digital-first business and sees online as a major contributor to growth. Their aim is to deliver software in a rapid, sustainable and automated fashion.

Big W is going through a digital transformation from their current monolithic architecture to an event-driven microservices architecture.

Equal Experts has been working with Big W for over a year now helping the team with this transformation while also building out features and products to improve the customer experience. Equal Experts is also engaged in delivering best practice agile methods and introducing new ways of working and delivery.

This talk will focus on what Big W are trying to achieve in terms of delivery outcomes, how the architectural changes are supporting this and the experiences so far.

This talk takes place at:

Australia – 6.30pm AEDT
India – 1.00pm IST
UK – 7.30am BST

If this time does not work for you, please register and the link to the recording will be sent to you after the event.

 

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Client Spotlight: Migrating from Monolith to Micro-Services. Rohan Berry, Head of Digital IT, Big W

Note: This event is part of series: Client Spotlight. Why not save time by registering for the whole series?

Speaker

Rohan Berry

Rohan Berry
Head of Digital IT, Big W

Rohan is the Head of Digital IT within Big W and has been leading their technology transformation for the last couple of years.
His team is responsible for the technology that enables the Big W online customer experience and all the supporting processes to deliver on the promise.
This includes demand generation, content management, conversion of orders, fulfillment of orders and the associated customer service