Palestra: From (Java) Monoliths to K8s

Track: Software Supply Chain

Sala: Sala 4

Horário: 3:05pm - 3:50pm

Dia da semana: Quarta-feira

Nível: Intermediário - Avançado

Persona: Arquiteto(a), Desenvolvedor(a) Sênior, DevOps

Apresentação em Inglês

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Pontos Principais

  • Modern CI/CD practices can speed your development pace and streamline your code to production
  • Common patterns and challenges in Cloud Native applications
  • How tools like Jenkins X, Helm and Zeebe can help in your journey to Kubernetes


Migrating your existing architecture from a monolith to microservices is a challenging task. Not only is the technology landscape different and overwhelming, but you also need a solid plan to bring the rest of the team along in the journey.

How do you come up with such a plan?

This session covers the lessons learned from migrating a monolithic open-source project to microservices using Jenkins X. You’ll learn common patterns, tweaks, and best practices that you can adopt to make the best of tools such as Jenkins X, Helm, Zeebe, and Kubernetes. The talk focuses on real-life examples and shows you how these tools can be used to speed your development practices and train high performing teams.

Palestrante: Mauricio Salatino

Principal Software Engineer at Camunda & LearnK8s

Mauricio is a Principal Software Engineer at Camunda ( and a LearnK8s ( Instructor. Mauricio has been working with Kubernetes for the last 4 years, training teams and developing cloud-native applications. In his journey, he has participated in several open-source projects including Zeebe, Jhipster, Spring Cloud and Jenkins X. Previously, Mauricio worked at Red Hat/JBoss in the Business Automation Engineering department. Mauricio is currently involved with the CD Foundation (, the Jenkins X project (as member of the bootstrap steering committee) as well with the CNCF Serverless Working Group helping the Workflow initiative to move forward.

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