Getting Started Building Omnichannel Services

imageI’ve put together a series of videos on getting started with building omnichannel services in the cloud.

The first video is about setting up your own free server in the Amazon cloud.

The second video is about creating your first service on that server.

The third video is about calling a traditional (SOAP) service and return the result in a more omnichannel-friendly format (JSON).

The fourth video is about how you can access a database from your omnichannel service.

The fifth video is about how an omnichannel service can provision dynamically sized images.

The sixth video is about how to make sure that only new or updated data is sent back from your omnichannel service.

The seventh video is about the importance to use unique identifiers as keys to your data.

Christian Forsberg


Chris Forsberg is Sogeti's Global Chief Architect, and his current passion is serverless architectures with microservices, cognitive solutions like chatbots, automation, and beautiful delivery. He has a long background as an architect of digital solutions for many clients on all the major platforms, and love to experiment with new technology. For example, he has put together a YouTube video series on how to get started with the Internet of Things, and has been involved in the implementation of more than 100 apps on iOS and Android. With a global network of 600 architects, he is devoted to creating intellectual property, and one example is Digitecture, a reference architecture for digital platforms. Other examples are Appitecture®, a start package for app projects, and Appcademy®, a certification program for app developers. Chris has received several technology leadership awards including Top 100 Developers (Sweden), and ten years awarded Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft. He was an official writer for Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) for many years and has also co-authored a book on mobile development in 2001.

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