In the past, to become a Qlik developer, one needed to know Scripting, Data Modelling, Set Analysis and SQL etc. However, with the launch of Qlik Sense, a Qlik developer’s role has changed considerably. With Qlik Sense offered as a self-service platform, it is essential for Qlik developers to expand their skills beyond data modelling. Qlik Sense has many APIs to extend, embed and expand. It is a rapidly evolving product and keeping up with the rapid growth of new technologies is not an easy job. Many Qlik developers lack foundational architecture skills, and traditional software architects do not understand the Qlik ecosystem and capabilities. Software architecture introduced a lot of jargons and metrics, which might be overwhelming for developers which could lead to a skill gap. Having enterprise and solution architecture skills is the foundational building blocks of a successful Qlik Sense installation & implementation. This session will teach you how to think like an architect and will explain the different types of architects. The session will also introduce architecture jargons and it will highlight the importance of agile architecture and the roles, expectations, and “ilities” a Qlik architect. Finally, this session will cover different topics of enterprise architecture such disaster recovery, mitigating SPOF, building resilience and finally security landscape.
Attendance is on a First Come, First Served basis. Arrive early to guarantee your seat in this session.