Using the Microservices Architectural Style to incrementally adopt an Event-driven Architecture (EDA) lowers up-front costs while decreasing time-to-market. EDA extracts value from existing occurrences, limiting invasive refactoring or disrupting existing application development efforts. Implementing Event-driven Microservices yields intelligence, scalable, extensible, reactive endpoints.
This session will cover the fundamentals, patterns, techniques and pitfalls of Event-driven Microservices with several demos leveraging Spring-Boot, Camel, ActiveMQ and Docker.
Jeremy Deane has over 22 years of software engineering experience in leadership positions. His expertise includes Enterprise Application Integration, Web Application Architecture, and Software Process Improvement. In addition, he is an accomplished conference speaker and technical author.More About Jeremy »