This page contains the abstracts of the talks held during the latest Venerdì Protetto on January 12, 2024.
- AI journey by Yuri Mariotti (Innovazione.AI)
- Helm-based charts by Alessandro Manno (Facile.it)
- Software architecture by Sandro Toma & Alessandro Cagnetti (Solace)
The overview of Venerdì Protetto is available here.
From silos to AI enterprise
In this talk, we delved into the principles, preliminary steps, and macro-phases of a profound AI transformation in which digital best practices become the foundation of a new type of enterprise, capable of improving in (almost) every aspect thanks to the horizontal and vertical integration of Artificial Intelligence.
Introducing Helm-based charts
by Alessandro Manno, Facile.it
In this talk, the Facile.it DXCP team introduced Helm-based charts, a set of Helm library charts for managing Kubernetes applications.
Helm-based charts group common use cases among applications and simplify and expedite the deployment process by providing standardized and reusable components. The key advantages of Helm-based charts are centralized maintenance, uniformity in deployments across projects and teams as well as prevention of effort duplication.
After the introduction, the team presented a demo project aimed at creating project charts using helm-based charts.
Organizations want to digitally transform themselves to have real-time activities and be responsive to customer needs or market dynamics. In this respect, it has become increasingly important to adopt the Event-driven architecture or EDA approach. At the heart of an event-driven architecture is an event broker. There are four main characteristics, in terms of capability, to consider when choosing an event broker technology:
Continuous information distribution
Enterprise-level management and governance
In this talk, we discussed the concepts we have just defined, going into technical detail on the various aspects of a modern Event-driven architecture, thanks to the experience and different use cases that Solace has gained over many years in this regard.
The archive of all Venerdì Protetto talks is available here.