GHR-5328 Creating event-driven microservices: the why, how and what | Devoxx

Devoxx UK 2019
from Wednesday 8 May to Friday 10 May 2019.

   Creating event-driven microservices: the why, how and what

Conference

Architecture
Architecture
Beginner & novice level
Gallery Hall Friday from 12:15 til 13:05

Any team that has made the jump from building monoliths to building microservices knows the complexities you must overcome to build a system that is functional and maintainable. Building a microservice architecture that is low latency and only communicates using REST APIs is even more tricky, with high latency for requests being a common concern. This talk will explain how you can use events as the backbone of your microservice architecture and build an efficient, event-driven system. It will cover how to get started with designing your microservice architecture and the key requirements any system needs to fulfil. It will also introduce the different patterns you will encounter in event-driven architectures and the advantages and disadvantages of these choices. Finally it will explain why Apache Kafka is a great choice for event-driven microservices.

architecture   Event-Driven Microservices   Kafka   patterns  
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Andrew Schofield
Andrew Schofield
From IBM

Andrew Schofield is a Senior Technical Staff Member in the Hybrid Integration group of IBM Cloud. He has more than 25 years of experience in messaging middleware and the Internet of Things, with particular expertise in the areas of data integrity, transactions, high availability and performance. He works at the Hursley Park laboratory in England.


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