IMP UPDATE - Due to inclement weather forecast, this meetup event has been postponed from March 7th to March 12th. Please update your RSVP as needed.
Hello Microservices enthusiasts,
Hope everyone is having a great Q1. It’s hard to believe that we are already in the 3rd week of February. Time is flying by quickly. Though personally, I can’t wait for spring to arrive.
It’s time to get together again for our next microservices meetup. I have been trying to get a speaker to chat about addressing identify and access management with microservices. I had someone particular in mind and finally the schedules have lined up.
Our guest speaker is Aldo from Good Dog Labs ( http://www.gooddoglabs.com/ ) and he will be sharing the latest developments in the world of IAM microservices. Hope to see you all there!
Thanks to mabl ( https://www.mabl.com/ ) for hosting us in their cool location by Boston Commons and for sponsoring food/beverages.
Networking and Food/Beverages: 6 to 6.30 PM
Introduction: 6.30 PM - Ajit Umrani (Meetup Organizer)
Featured Guest Speaker: 6:30 PM – Aldo Pietropaolo, Co-Founder, Good Dog Labs (A Lighthouse company)
Summary: IAM is drastically changing to a more agile and nimbler design. 73% of enterprise organizations are modernizing their security and IAM portfolios. Good Dog Labs, is the pioneer for applying Microservices architectures, solutions, and techniques for providing IAM Microservices for solving modern enterprise Cybersecurity challenges. This talk will explore the world of IAM Microservcies, their applicability to today’s IAM, and example use cases for moving towards a modern IAM architecture.
Q/A and Networking: 7:30 to 8 PM
About Our Sponsors:
mabl is the only Machine Learning-driven test automation service that automatically maintains tests and identifies regressions. For early access visit https://www.mabl.com/.
141 Tremont Street, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02110 (https://maps.google.com/?q=141+Tremont+Street,+6th+Floor,+Boston,+MA+02110&entry=gmail&source=g)
Please bring your ID for security check in.
Closest MBTA Stop: Park Street
Parking: Very limited street parking in the area. There are few paid parking options within a few minutes’ walk.