Session: Product Engineering for Resiliency
When it comes to technology and engineering, failure doesn't have to be fatal. Resilience is the capacity to prevent and recover quickly from failures.
Product engineering for resiliency starts from accepting the reality that failures happen, and through engineering, we build a way for the product to continue to operate despite those failures. Good resilient engineering produces a system that can adapt. Come and explore with me on how we are doing Product Engineering through modern and cloud technologies.
- As Technologists, it is on us to build products and systems that can scale and sustain for our business and customers. Let us explore what & how to enable the same.
Anu has over 23 years of technology experience and has been with Thomson Reuters since 2017 and currently is Head of Engineering & CTO for Corporates Tax and Trade Solutions. Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Anu led technology delivery & architecture strategy for Royal Bank of Canada for 5 years, delivering innovative solutions for Digital Banking & Payments using Mobile technologies, Blockchain and AI based predictive financial insights and chatbot. Before RBC, Anu led Manulife Financial/US Retirement Plan Services engineering and delivery. Prior to that, she was an IBMer for 9 yrs, delivered many complex and exciting technology initiatives for big retail customers such as Macy’s, Target and more.
Anu is a graduate of Computer Science & Engineering from India and very passionate about developing technology solutions that helps business & customers. She is an active speaker in technology community on various topics including Diversity & Inclusion, Block Chain, AI and continues to be an advocate for women in technology. Outside work, Anu is a busy mom lives in Toronto, Canada with her husband and two energetic boys. “Try to thrive not just survive” is her motto during those challenging moments of motherhood.