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23 November 2016
Stuart Charlton, Advisory Platform Architect, Pivotal Software, Inc.
Custom-designed software, once thought to be a necessary evil to be outsourced or purchased in bulk packages, is now upending entire industries. The first few have been straightforward: retail, video rentals, and music. The next few are well on their way: transportation, computing infrastructure, and finance/insurance. Healthcare is coming. The risk and cost to collaborate, design, interoperate, build, and run systems securely, at scale, by small teams of innovators has dropped precipitously. This session will explore the "architecture of participation", a deliberate mix of processes, cultural principles, and technologies that create a positive sum game for an ecosystem to thrive.View Online