Consider the following problem: A company produces units of a product that undergo tests before being shipped. Individual tests have different costs, and test outcomes are binary. Certain combinations of test outcomes disqualify a unit from being shipped, and testing of the unit can stop as soon as such a combination is detected. Determine the optimal order in which to perform the tests so as to minimize expected testing cost.
“Micro services” refers to modernization of legacy processes with fundamentally enhanced resiliency and monitoring. How do we build a micro services ecosystem with the right frameworks that interact seamlessly and have the right fault tolerance built-in with data available for reporting, auditing, alerting and monitoring? Our seminar will overview our new micro services ecosystem for credit card acquisitions, a real-world solution to this problem in the context of Fintech.
Required orientation for incoming graduate students in the traditional MS/PHD program and the Professional Masters program. Checkin begins at 8:30. Program begins promptly at 9:00. Morning orientation will be followed by lunch with faculty at Wisconsin Institute for Discovery at noon.
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