DBS Bank Senior Vice President：How we build, deploy and operate cloud native applications for the Enterprise Risk platform in DBS Bank
The pandemic made 2020 the year where we see some of this decade’s most exciting technologies become commercially viable, and others finally go mainstream. In the software engineering field, the adoption of AI, big data, cloud computing, cloud-native are accelerating the digitalization for businesses.
20th - 21st October 2021，2021 Global Next Generation Software Engineering Conference
GNSEC 2021[Virtual Conference]。
Global Next Generation Software Engineering Conference (GNSEC) focuses on a full range of software engineering technologies and is committed to defining the standard of the next generation of software engineering. The event will gather 1000+ Attendees and it will be live with a virtual experience where senior software engineers, architects, and team leads connect, learn, and grow. Experts and developers from various backgrounds will be sharing their cutting-edge technical practical experience and cases.
At the meeting, DBS Bank Senior Vice President, Development Lead, Enterprise Risk ,Vasanth Kumar Rajarathinamwill give a wonderful speech：
Vasanth Kumar Rajarathinam
DBS Bank Senior Vice President, Development Lead, Enterprise Risk
Topic & abstract：
How we build, deploy and operate cloud native applications for the Enterprise Risk platform in DBS Bank
Vasanth Kumar has more than 20 years of experience working with banking and financial organizations globally. He joined DBS Bank in November 2019 and is leading development teams building applications for the consumer and operational risk platforms. He is also responsible for transforming legacy applications into scalable cloud native solutions. Prior to joining DBS, he was with NTUC Link and was been responsible for building and managing their software engineering teams to deliver new age products and a technology led customer engagement platform. During his various roles with fintech and banking solutions providers, he has built and delivered social payments for banks and remittance houses in APAC, Middle East and Europe. He played key roles in the implementation of prestigious national payments systems in Singapore (FAST) and Malaysia (FPX). He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and Engineering from the University of Madras.