STARWEST - Conference Speaker: Jonathan Solórzano-Hamilton

Jonathan Solórzano-Hamilton

UCLA

Jonathan Solórzano-Hamilton leads software development efforts at UCLA's Office for Research Information Systems. His teams' responsibilities include software architecture, micro-services development, and systems operations. He's been an Assistant Director in this organization for several years and has worked at UCLA since 2011. From 2008 to 2011 he led technology teams and initiatives in his roles at Stanford University, his alma mater (BS Physics '08). One current project he is directing is to replace a legacy WCF SOA stack with RESTful micro-services. In this initiative they are also migrating their services to be cloud-ready and switching from SQL to NoSQL (Mongo/ReDIS). He also designed and directed the implementation of a master data management architecture. His team converted their development process from SDLC to Agile with significant benefits to their clients.