Tom van den Berg

Tom van den Berg

Software consultant

Software consultant

Gorinchem, Netherlands

Tom van den Berg is a software consultant at Info Support.
As a software consultant he is part of a team that realizes new and innovative solutions.
Tom likes to think outside of the box and he gets a lot of energy from sharing knowledge and encourage other people to think outside of the box.

Tom van den Berg is software consultant bij Info Support.
Als software consultant is hij lid van een team die nieuwe en innovatieve oplossing realiseert.
Tom denkt graag buiten de kaders en krijgt veel energie van het delen van kennis en het stimuleren van andere mensen om buiten de kaders te denken.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology


  • Software Development
  • Integration
  • C#
  • .NET
  • microservices
  • Kubernetes
  • Azure
  • Cloud Native

Why you keep burning down your production environment?

The current world of software development is demanding more and more speed each day. Building and releasing software faster should not result in more bugs in the software, because there is nothing more irritating for a customer as a not working product.

Many organizations do not use the possibilities offered by the cloud to speed up this process. Making full use of the cloud opens many doors for you and your organization.

In this session, Tom will inspire and activate the audience to speed up their development process using "Testing in production". What the benefits are if you test your software in production and also what the challenges are if you do so.

Continuous validation, getting grip on your non-functionals

Have you ever been in the situation that you wished that you have tested that fail over strategy? Or have been woken up at the middle of the night because your database couldn't handle the load your system produces? How many of you actually test their non-functional requirements on a regular base? Especially if you build a mission critical application, non-functionals are as important as the functional requirements.

Non-functionals are the requirements that are easily forgotten. How can you be sure that code changes don't compromise any of these requirements? Without slowing down your development process? That your applications can withstand infrastructure failures?

In this session Tom will show you how you can get grip on your non-functional requirements using the power of Azure.

This session can be done in 30 or 60 minutes.
No technical requirements are needed.

Building a distributed integration platform based on an open standard

Enterprises are typically comprised of hundres, if not thousands, of applications that are custom built or acquired from a third party. In order to support common business processes and data sharing across applications, these applications need to be integrated.

With the introduction of the cloud and enterprises choosing more and more for cloud native. This changes the need for integration!

In this session I will show you how you can build a distributed integration platform based on the open standard AMQP 1.0 and how this can be integrated in your own cloud native resources.

Building an integration platform based on the open standard AMQP 1.0 and integrate it with your cloud native resources.

Tom van den Berg

Software consultant

Gorinchem, Netherlands