Nashville, TN
September 24 - 26, 2018
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Wednesday, September 26 • 11:10am - 11:30am
From “How” to “What” – APIs as the Central Architectural Feature in an eCommerce Architecture - Chuck Rhoades, Pizza Hut

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In a traditional large-scale eCommerce system APIs often exist alongside web UIs, administrative tooling, ETLs, and other integrations as just another way of interacting with a deeply interwoven and impenetrably monolithic platform.  APIs are just another “How” to interact with the data and systems.  Using a microservice oriented approach moves APIs from just being a “How” to being the central “What” of our systems.  Along with the enormous benefits of a microservice architecture, we also have a whole new set of options and challenges to work through along the way.  In this talk, we’ll look at how Pizza Hut has met these challenges in the process of implementing an API first, microservice infrastructure.

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Chuck Rhoades

Director of eCommerce Engineering and Infrastructure, Pizza Hut
Chuck Rhoades the director of eCommerce engineering and infrastructure for Pizza Hut US. Chuck has over 18 years of software development experience, serving in many roles including developer, software architect, system admin, product owner, and managing dev teams serving a large and... Read More →

Wednesday September 26, 2018 11:10am - 11:30am CDT
Davidson Ballroom C