Fireside chat on cloud trends with Sachin Gupta, IBM

Webinar Description

Business wants to release features to the market as fast as possible. Under the hood, these features mean more microservices deployed into cloud and container environments. But like any other radical advancements, new trends introduce new challenges- microservices become difficult to manage, the network is complex, data is out of the boundary, and hackers ridicule security. IMESH loves collaborating with industry leaders and sharing their thoughts, opinions, and vision. And this time, we have Sachin Gupta from IBM, a leading solution architect in India who has implemented cloud solutions for large and advanced enterprises in the USA and South Africa.

Join the fireside chat with Sachin and Ravi (our CTO) to learn interesting things about:

  • Current trends on microservices, cloud, and API gateway
  • The impact of (de)globalization on the trends
  • Time to market with CI/CD and software delivery
  • The complexity of the current pace of development
  • New developer patterns in the future

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Date : 13th June 2023

Time : 08:00 am PST & 08:30 pm IST


Ravi Verma

Ravi Verma, CTO(IMESH)

Ravi, a technology visionary, brings 12+ years of experience in software development and cloud architecture in enterprise software. He has led R&D divisions at Samsung and GE Healthcare and architected high-performance, secure and scalable systems for Baxter and Aricent. ​His passion and interest lie in network and security. Ravi frequently discusses open-source technologies such as Kubernetes, Istio, and Envoy Proxy from the CNCF landscape.

Sachin Gupta

Sachin Gupta, Technical Architect(IBM)

Sachin is one of the highly sought after cloud architects in India. He has been instrumental in designing cloud-native applications (AWS/GCP/Azure) from scratch for large and advanced banks and telecom companies across South Africa and the US. Before working for IBM, he was with TCS where he successfully led a huge team of development and support. Whenever he is not designing or implementing, you will find him researching about his next adventure trips (traveling is his religion).

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