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Ashish Jadhav

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Ashish Jadhav

Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited

Ashish Jadhav is the Technology leader with more than 20 years of IT experience in the areas of Enterprise Application Development, Enterprise Architecture & Delivery Management with proven ability to successfully manage information technology business application solutions.

Ashish is well known open source technology leader with expertise into Microservices, DevOps and Blockchain.
Ashish is regular Speaker on open source technologies and he has also travelled for international speaking assignments, in his free time he likes to contribute on blogs and owns a blogger site.

Ashish is currently working as Vice President of Integrated Systems Organization with Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, which is largest 4G network in India and World's Largest Data Network which offers high speed mobile internet connection & an engaging digital ecosystem for a seamless digital experience.

His current role is Chief Architecture on multiple B2B and B2C platforms with capability of large-scale Microservices , DevOps, AI, and Blockchain. 

Ashish is Certified DevOps Master, Blockchain Expert, and Scrum Master

Session: DevSecOps for Microservices

I wanted to make a case that to be successful with microservices your organization must move towards DevSecOps. 

Microservices should be based on followings

Domain Driven Design
Security
Scalability
Availability
Resiliency
Independent, autonomous
Decentralized governance
Failure isolation
Auto-Provisioning
Distributed Monitoring and Logging
Continuous Integration and delivery through DevSecOps

As you can see, each of these features poses its own unique challenges. Let’s look at each one of them and see why DevSecOps is such an important factor when thinking about microservices.