Microservices Made Easy with Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS

  • Ajoutée 4 janv. 2016
  • It's relatively easy to write and deploy a microservice these days, but no microservice is an island, and that's what slows you down. It turns out there are emergent patterns of modern cloud-first architectures which amount to "non-functional" requirements that you otherwise didn't have. Aspects of some problems are unsolvable (consistency, latency), but brittleness and manageability can be addressed with generic, boiler plate patterns, and that's the sort of stuff that you can end up re-inventing. In this presentation we anatomise the common patterns of distributed systems and show how you can make life easier by employing off the shelf tools to address the problems you encounter (e.g. Netflix OSS and Spring Cloud).

    David Syer
    Dr. David Syer is an experienced, delivery-focused architect and development manager. He has designed and built successful enterprise software solutions using Spring, and implemented them in major financial institutions worldwide. David is known for his clear and informative training style and has deep knowledge and experience with all aspects of real-life usage of the Spring framework.
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