18 April 2023
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Tuesday, April 18 • 10:50 - 11:15
From Zero to Prod in 2 Months with a Team of One - María Teresa Rojas, Sticker Mule

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In this talk, Maria Rojas, Site Reliability Engineer at Sticker Mule, will share why in her previous role at an automated payroll company they needed a service mesh that gets the job done without adding complexity (their small team just couldn't afford to throw a lot of resources at the problem). When the engineering team was tasked with breaking up a monolith, they got one specific request: provide platform-related features (e.g., security, observability, and reliability) at the infrastructure level and avoid implementation at the application layer. After some research, Maria's team decided to give Linkerd a try. It took them only two months to go from zero to production, with only Maria assigned to the task (with the support of her teammates, of course). In this session, Maria will share her challenges and the role that educational material played (the Service Mesh Academy, in particular — a true lifesaver)! She will also share how Pento is now leveraging authorization policies to control access to their newly created microservices. And while their journey started with Linkerd because they wanted to keep things simple, when the platform team suddenly became a team of one, that decision became even more relevant.

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María Teresa Rojas

Site Reliability Engineer, Sticker Mule
María is a Site Reliability Engineer making her way into becoming a Senior in her field. She has an eclectic background and a wealth of transferable skills in diverse fields, from sports nutrition to consultative sales. During the last four years, she has been specializing in all... Read More →

Tuesday April 18, 2023 10:50 - 11:15 CEST
Hall 7, Room D | Ground Floor | Europe Complex
  Linkerd Day, Linkerd in Practice / End User Stories