About The Event

DevAfterWork returns in October with a fresh online edition powered by Raiffeisen Bank!


In this session, Raiffeisen Bank will take a look at RBI’s journey of establishing a central team of engineers and architects, the Real Time Integration Center of Excellence (RICE). You’ll learn key considerations needed to create a successful RICE, critical pitfalls to avoid, and how Kong Enterprise's rich feature set helped address integration and regulatory challenges.


Meet our partner

Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) is one of the leading banks in Austria, Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). With over 100 years of history, RBI has expanded globally and, along the way, collected numerous legacy systems that needed to be integrated. What started with point-to-point integrations ended up as spaghetti architecture, making it hard to roll out products from one country to another. Although RBI already had another API solution in place, it was limited in its ability to support their growing technical and regulatory needs. 



Event Schedule

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Timeline and speakers topics.

18:00 - 18:15

Welcome and Intro

Sorin Popa
Sorin Popa Speaker
18:05 - 18:35

Why RICE is better Than Spaghetti

18:35 - 18:55

API deployment in KONG Enterprise

18:55 - 19:00

Networking Break

19:00 - 19:45

API Development with Kong, Spring and Kafka

19:45 - 20:00

Q&A Session & Closing

Event Speakers

Sorin Popa

Team Lead
Raiffeisen Bank Romania

Thomas Joham

Head of Realtime Integration Center of Excellence
Raiffeisen Bank International

Alexandra Polisevschi

IT Applications Expert, Digital Services
Raiffeisen Bank

Andreea Cornea

Software developer
Raiffeisen Bank Romania

Cristi Sandu

Software developer
Raiffeisen Bank Romania

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