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Tuesday, September 13 • 3:40pm - 3:50pm
OPEN TALK: Configuration-as-a-Service

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It's about time we started taking configuration seriously. We've all done it: application configuration scatter-gunned over environment variables, varying file formats on disk, bespoke look-up database tables, and if you're stuck doing the corporate time-warp again through no fault of your own, registry entries. Gnarly enough when it's just you and your dev machine, positively Groot across your testing, staging, and distributed live environments. Deployments and ops are hard enough to get right without the extra variables surrounding your configuration thrown in the mix between deployment scripts. A lot of the time, config is too complicated to fit easily into a bunch of environment variables.

How can we make this better? We've been thinking about the concept of Configuration-as-a-Service, and how it can make your custom application configuration easy and secure. It encapsulates configuration management for your mutable business data, technical configuration settings and sensitive data such as keys & credentials. As a design pattern, it helps you architect your solution cleanly by separating configurable business logic, data and technical information from both your code, and from your infrastructure. Join us for a look at how you can use Configuration-as-a-Service to allow developers and admins to manage securely the full life-cycle of your bespoke application configuration from the cradle to the grave in highly distributed environments.

Speakers
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Thomas Gaigher

Partner, 345 Systems
I'm one of the founding partners of 345 Systems. I spend most of my time on Enterprise Application Integration, Business Process Automation and FinTech. Grim, eh? If you get stuck next to me in an elevator I promise to keep it light.

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345 Systems

345 Systems
345: By developers, for developers. Because developers don't do drag-and-drop. Because wizards waste time. Developers need sensible APIs, open standards and solid re-use patterns. We built our foundation software because we needed it to deliver our own projects. Now you can use this proven foundation for your own software to kick-start your own projects. Our foundation software wasn't designed by a committee. It is built by developers. For... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2016 3:40pm - 3:50pm
API World: Main Stage