How Ocado broke down its monoliths to create a scalable, saleable Smart Platform

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Matthew Cornford and Luis Periquito were speaking at the Computing DevOps Summit
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Matthew Cornford and Luis Periquito were speaking at the Computing DevOps Summit

Ocado wrote most of its own software and intends to sell it to other retailers - but the original monolithic architecture had to be torn down first

With 645,000 customers, 49,000 products and three distribution centres (for now - it is building a fourth), Ocado is the world's largest online grocer. However, even this disruptive firm has legacy technology....

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