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ENT233-S - Atlassian’s journey to cloud-native architecture

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It’s easy to delay the move to a cloud-native, service-oriented architecture—until you don’t have a choice. For Atlassian, this meant undergoing the largest engineering feat in company history: establishing a microservices model while migrating more than 100,000 Jira and Confluence instances to a new, multi-tenanted AWS architecture. It was a lot to do over two years. Come hear about the lessons learned as the team implemented microservices and moved to a cloud-native architecture. How much monolith could be preserved? Would tech debt swallow the engineering team whole? Learn from the team about what made this project a success. This presentation is brought to you by Atlassian, an APN Partner.

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200 - Intermediate
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