Functional Reactive Domain Model
Date: Tuesday, August 15th, 2017
Speaker: Sam Puni, Futurewei Technologies Inc
Time: 6:30 PM (PT) Networking/Refreshments,
Location: Cadence / Bldg 10,
Functional programming, Reactive streams and CQRS can be used to build functional reactive domain models. It uses function algebra and stacking of effects to build domain algebra which can be executed on a FAAS platform. The resurgence of parallel computation and GPU programming exposes the shortcomings of the Von Neumann model and systems built using this model. Come and join us to hear about the latest innovations in this space like serverless computing, micros-services etc. needing a different approach to systems building. Languages like Scala/Haskell and middle-ware like Akka/reactive streams provide a rich substrate for building reactive systems going forward. These principles are being applied in Domains like Finance, Banking, Telecom, Health-care, Retail, Entertainment to name a few.
Sam Puni is an Alum of Mangalore and Chennai University from India, and has spend his life in California as the lead technologist in several fortune 500 as well startups, pushing the envelop on automation. Currently as Principal Architect, Software Architecture, in the Wireless R&D division at Huawei, Sam provides technical leadership in the area of 5G, SDMN and Mobile Edge/IoT using SDN/SDS/BigData. He has held Senior Technical role as Principal Architect, working directly with the CTO’s, at various startups like A10, Virtustream, Dorado Software, Starcom and at large companies like HP, IBM, and Huawei in diverse areas in storage, networking and wireless, ranging from building hardware load balancers, network & storage controllers, virtualization, tooling, distributed middle-ware, etc. all the way up to application design, for the past 25 yrs. Sam is passionate about bringing about changes in cloud automation through self discovery by systems and applications and thus his insights will provide the push for ‘Function as a Service’ starting from Silicon Valley.
Note : The doors close at 7:30 PM