Issue #24 | Apr 28, 2016
Learn the basics of setting up Docker single-host networking.
Learn the value that building microservices with Cloud Foundry can bring to your application development process.
Understanding the difference between Microservices and Service oriented architecture.
Author discuss why RESTful microservices are de facto standard today and how you can design your system differently.
With your microservice running, it is important to have the right tool in place for orchestration and having adequate monitoring in place.
Jay Jonson shares approach of building a Docker container.
Read how Linkedin build infrastructure that could dynamically sieve through the content shared by a member’s network to deliver a list of relevant, ordered, and personalized content while satisfying all requirements of a highly available low-latency application.
This article from Voxxed explains why would one prefer Kafka to a traditional JMS message broker.
Because messaging helps decouple the components of an application, a new application feature can be written to use messaging as a means of communicating with the existing application, and not require changes or downtime for the main application when the new feature is deployed.
This session discusses the requirements, best practices and challenges for creating a good Microservices architecture in the middleware world.
Continuing on with Restful microservice example, author shows how you can mix Reakt’s promises with the QBit microservices lib.
Datawire have released their open source Datawire Connect framework, which allows developers to ‘resiliently connect microservices’ using automatically generated RPC-style client libraries for Java, Python or NodeJS services.
Microservices for Java Architects is a companion for the Java EE Architect’s Handbook that details Microservices Architectures. This eBook will define microservices and provide an overview of costs and benefits.
If you’re trying to navigate the emerging microservices ecosystem, this panel discussion will demystify the composition of the landscape, the role of various players within it and how best to extract value for your organization.
In this session, presenter will explore the reasoning and concepts behind microservices and how containers simplify building microservices based applications. He also demonstrates how you can easily launch microservices on Amazon EC2 Container Service and how you can use ELB and Route 53 to easily do service discovery between microservices."
This presentation was recorded at GOTO Berlin 2014. Martin Fowler – Author, Speaker, Consultant & General Loud-mouth on Software Development
Join this session to learn how to create a Java-based microservice using Spring Boot, containerize it using Maven plugins, and subsequently deploy a fleet of microservices onto a cluster of machines using Kubernetes.
The API World 2016 Conference and Expo was created with the mission to be neutral and facilitate connections, knowledge, trust and business within the developer community of API providers and consumers. If you are a coder, a startup or an enterprise that consumes or provides multiple APIs this is your event.
Event date: Monday, September 12th, 2016. Location: 150 W San Carlos St, San Jose, CA 95113.
This project demonstrates the Akka HTTP library and Scala to write a simple REST (micro)service.
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