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What is the impact of this on the application architecture of Corporate Systems? 
Salesforce Acquired Slack!
Webinar Series #3

Cloud is more than Infrastructure, it has fundamentally transformed the very basic of  Business and Application Architecture”

                                                            

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Context

Last weeks’ announcement by Salesforce to acquire Slack for whopping $28b dollars, doesn’t come as a surprise. Make no mistake friends, this will change things. The world of passive corporate application architectures (waiting for people to login) is being left behind for new opportunities. The new generation systems are proactively looking for ways to serve their customers. We can debate what Serve means. Similarly, we have already witnessed how Social Media applications architectures changed the user experience for good, it is now coming to corporate systems and it is about time.    

 

 

 

Learning Goals 

  1. How has the application architecture changed from traditional to the cloud-native?

  2. What do the architects need to know to find new value for our stakeholders?

 

 

Topics

  1. Headline: Salesforce plans to acquire Slack for $28B – what does this mean to the architecture of corporate systems?

  2. Evolution of application architecture; a historical perspective

  3. Primitives of application architecture – cloud-native vs traditional arch

  4. Cloud-native application architecture: a case study

  5. Use Cases for New Application Architectures -> Innovation Opportunities

Cloud-based application architectures are different, get ready to help your organization get the most out of your cloud investments.
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Consider the applicability of Active Components in your new application and develop a business case for their development.

Logistics 

Date & Time: 

Wednesday, Jan 20, 2021

11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

 

Cost: Free

Discover Opportunities to Innovate and Disrupt.

About the

Presenter

Jason Uppal, P.Eng. is a registered professional engineer in the province of Ontario, Canada, and Open CA Level 3 certified chief architect, since 2012. 

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