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About Kasun Indrasiri
Kasun Indrasiri is an author, a product manager, and a software architect with extensive experience in microservices, cloud native architecture and building messaging and integration platforms.
He is currently working as a senior program manager at Microsoft Azure Messaging Services.
He is the author of the Design Patterns for Cloud Native Applications (O'Reilly, 2021), gRPC: Up and Running (O'Reilly, 2020) and Microservices for Enterprise (Apress, 2018). He was a speaker at several conferences including, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020, O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference and GOTO Con.
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