Christian Deger is responsible for architecture and platform at RIO The Logistics Flow. He has more than 20 years of experience in software engineering and believes in a minimum viable platform supporting autonomous ‘you build it, you run it’ teams. He tries to align cultural changes and organizational transformation with architecture and infrastructure changes, when building cloud-native microservices.
In this conversation Christian shares his experience leading a team through a journey from a Big Ball of Mud to Microservices. Vaughn and Christian discuss lessons learned and how the successful outcome was achieved.