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Building Event-Driven Microservices in Java

When 2024-06-11 | 18:30:00  
Event Title Building Event-Driven Microservices in Java
Presenter Charles Harris
Where Manifest Solutions
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The microservices architecture, with its emphasis on independent services and teams, has been shown to offer many advantages in terms of agility and time to market. At the same time, as microservices proliferate, new challenges have arisen. Chains of synchronous calls can produce high latency and make it difficult to scale up.

The event-driven microservices architecture addresses the new scaling challenges by introducing reliable asynchronous interactions. Shifting to an event-driven architecture also makes it easy to implement some important enterprise features like zero downtime service updates, canary deployments, and rate-limiting.

This session will start with an architecture-level discussion of event-driven microservices and progress to implementation. We will walk through the code of a sample implementation based on Hazelcast OSS and wrap up with a live demonstration. Everything shown will be available as open source.

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Charles Harris is a Senior Solution Architect from Hazelcast based in Los Angeles, California. With five years of experience, he has cultivated a specialization in cloud architecture and in-memory real-time solutions. This focus stems from a combination of his experience at Oracle Cloud and his current work with Hazelcast. Charles is a graduate from the University of Southern California.

Venue Manifest Solutions
Street address 2035 Riverside Drive Upper Arlington OH 43221

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