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Ariane Gadd

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Ariane Gadd

KPMG

Ariane currently leads a team of DevOps Engineers at KPMG Infrastructure Engineering team. Over her 4.5 years working in Technology, she has achieved AWS Professional Solution Architect, AWS Professional DevOps and GCP Professional Cloud Architect certifications. She has worked in a client-facing consulting role advising financial institutions on their business critical cloud strategies, advising clients on how to build out their cloud strategies. Ariane has spoken and presented at a number of events, including AWS Re:Invent in Las Vegas in both 2018 and 2017. She has been an ambassador for women in technology at KPMG, regularly attending events around the UK to support and encourage women in tech.

 

Session: Deploying Microservices to AWS Fargate

KPMG have built a customer due diligence solution for a high-profile banking client in AWS. The solution is made up of a number of microservices which are deployed to containers using AWS Fargate. This presentation will dive into the details of the architecture of the solution, how the infrastructure and applications are deployed using third party tools such as Hashicorp’s Terraform and Jenkins, and the best practices when running containers in production workloads. The presentation will cover details on the AWS resources used in the solution, including DynamoDB, ECS, Fargate and S3, CI/CD and automation, with a focus around security to meet banking regulatory requirements. We will look at how KPMG have configured for canary deployments to ECS Fargate, how we manage secrets management and encryption, and how we manage service discovery between the microservices using ECS Service Discovery and Route 53.