CEO Chad Arimura Speaking at IoT Stream Conference in April

Chad Arimura, CEO and Co-Founder of Iron.io, will be speaking at IoT StreamConf conference in April. We’re also sponsors of the event.

This conference will bring together architects and builders to discuss best practices and the emerging IoT technology stack. If you want to collaborate with hands-on people solving real IoT challenges, IOT Stream Conf is the place to be.

Here’s a description of Chad’s talk:


Thur, 11:00am (Apr 23)
Harnessing Microservices and Composable services for Agility and Scale in IoT Applications

Fast-moving, agile organizations such as Netflix, Gilt and Untappd are embracing microservices as the new foundation for software development – a direct response to monolithic approaches of the past. A composable services architecture breaks application development into discrete, logical tasks that are better suited for handling event-driven workloads within distributed cloud environments.

This session will review the best practices for developers who must address the challenges of deploying and managing service-driven architectures for IoT and stream-oriented workloads.


The conference is hosted and organized by PubNub and is on Thursday, April 23 at the Bentley Reserve in San Francisco, CA. Other speakers and sponsors are from companies that include GE, Cisco, Intel, Microsoft, AT&T, Softlayer, Ericsson, and others. If you’re at the conference, be sure to come up and say hello.

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