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Case Study: How Texas’ Largest Grocery Chain Succesfully Modernized its Legacy Mainframes

H-E-B, like many enterprises, is moving away from legacy mainframes in favor of microservices and public cloud infrastructure. With hundreds of applications powering their 100+ year-old grocery business (with more than 400 stores in Texas and Mexico), H-E-B needs to be confident that the platform they are building will provide them the agility and security to continue to innovate for their customers.

In this session, the H-E-B engineering team provides details on how they’ve started breaking down their Curbside and Home Delivery monoliths into microservices, why they chose to make Kubernetes a first-class citizen, and why they’re leveraging Anthos as a hybrid cloud platform.

The grocer began to map out a two- to four-year modernization plan in 2017. Initially, the enterprise signed on with Google Cloud and used GKE to move toward a container-first approach to app delivery. Later, it decided to adopt Anthos. Today, Anthos gives H-E-B tighter control over compliance and better proximity to its retail data.

Join the discussion with Joe Rodriguez, Platform Engineering Manager for H-E-B, and. Justin Turner, Sr. Software Engineering Manager for Curbside and Delivery Fulfillment at H-E-B, to learn about the lessons that led to the company’s successful transformation. Find out how Anthos, when deployed on-premises, will expedite their journey to microservices. Learn about the challenges that come with adopting a hybrid modernization strategy and how Anthos plays a critical role in their success in this session.

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Building a Powerful Digital Payments Solution

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Are Open Banking Regulations an Effective Entry into the API Economy?

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How APIs Helped PWC Open New Revenue Streams Using Existing Data

PwC, one of the “Big Four” accounting firms, is well-known for professional services structured around auditing, insurance, tax, legal, and traditional management consulting. In Australia, the PwC Innovation and Ventures group has taken the global lead in building new, technology-based, turnkey lines of business outside of PwC’s traditional service areas.

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On-Demand Webinar: How APIs Help Walgreens Merge Physical and Digital Retail

APIs are how modern businesses rapidly expand into new contexts—making it possible for companies like Walgreens to transform from brick-and-mortar businesses into omnichannel organizations that serve customers in innovative ways. Headquartered in Deerfield, Illinois, Walgreens is the second-largest pharmacy store chain in the United States. It specializes in filling prescriptions,

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