Keynote: Not Just Events: Developing Asynchronous Microservices
Featuring Chris Richardson
The microservice architecture functionally decomposes an application into a set of services. Each service has its own private database that’s only accessible indirectly through the services API. Consequently, implementing queries and transactions that span multiple services is challenging. In...architecture cqrs events keynote microservices mucon
Microservices, Bounded Contexts, and Everything in Between
Featuring Vladik Khononov
“95% of the words are spent extolling the benefits of ‘modularity’ and that little, if anything, is said about how to achieve it” - Glenford J. Myers, 1978. This quote is 40 years old. Today, 4 decades later, nothing has changed except terminology. Time to fix this.
In this talk Vladik will share...architecture modular-systems mucon bounded-contexts microservice
3 Common Pitfalls In Microservice Integration And How To Avoid Them
Featuring Bernd Rücker
Integrating microservices and taming distributed systems is hard. In this talk Bernd will share with you three challenges he's observed in real-life projects and discuss how to avoid them.architecture microservice-integration microservices mucon
Building Teams That Build Microservices
Featuring David Genn
A microservices architecture can help teams build more flexible and resilient systems where changes can be released more frequently to production. To make adopting microservices successful, you need to focus as much time on refactoring your teams and culture as you do your code.
To make the most...architecture microservices team-culture mucon
Lightning Talk: Microservices and Dependency Mapping - How to Obtain and Leverage the Graph of the System Component Interactions
Featuring Mikael Wozniak
BritishGas adopted microservices 2 years ago. A heavily distributed architectural style that comes with opportunities and challenges when it comes to understanding how a given system actually works. Mapping the dependencies between the ever growing list of involved components is becoming crucial...tracing-tools neo4j self-actualising-graph dependency-mapping architecture microservices
Stop Bashing Orchestration! And Long Live Choreography!
Featuring Martin Schimak
How can you approach end-to-end business processes crossing multiple microservices? A choreography leverages event collaboration, orchestration suggests a request-and-response oriented style. Which pattern should you prefer? In this talk, Martin will explore the arguments put forward for one or...architecture orchestration deployment mucon microservices
Implementing Microservices In Serverless Paradigm
Featuring Nikhil Barthwal
Microservices architecture uses an assembly of fine grained services to deliver functionality. The goal of this architectural style is to innovate by reducing the dependencies between teams which results in faster code to production.
Serverless Architecture Code is an execution model where...architecture distributed-systems mucon dependency-management serveless microservices
Lightning Talk: Bulding Event-Sourcing Microservices With Kafka
Featuring Pegerto Fernandez Torres
Event sourcing was born with the idea of decomposite the monolithic, they have become the defacto architecture for a software problem.
But microservice present different challenges for a data-centric organisation, including the decentralisation of the source of truth, in this talk Pegerto will...architecture kafka event-sourcing mucon microservices
Cultivating a Microservice Culture Via Tooling
Featuring Tom Vance
In this talk Tom will share with you a guided end-to-end tour of the microservice engineering experience at Holiday Extras, which gets used and loved daily by 80 engineers spread over 20 teams. You'll be peeking under the hood at how new services are built, how code gets shared, how CI and...architecture case-study infrastructure microservices
Placing Microservices in Digital Transformations
Featuring Kenny Baas-Schwegler and Gideon de Kok
Microservices and Digital Transformations share a lot of the same properties; (almost) everyone is doing it, (almost) nobody knows how to do it, (almost) no-one actually knows what it means beyond the buzzword bingo. But in the focus to reduce structural complexity, the increase of autonomy and...architecture customer-journeys microservices mucon digital-transformations
How Monzo Replaced a Critical Live System Without Anyone Noticing
Featuring Irina Bednova
What happens when your platform reaches a point where you need to rethink previous decisions? How does the microservice architecture hold up against changes spanning across large parts of the system? Monzo has several payment processors used by hundreds of thousands of people daily and handling...architecture mucon microservices
What Can Lagom Do For You?
Featuring Renato Cavalcanti
Much has been said about building Microservices and the advantages of it, but how can you build truly scalable and distributed Microservices systems?
In this talk, Renato will share with you the architectural principles promoted by the Lagom Framework. Through interactive demos you will learn how...architecture lagom distributed-computing event-sourcing cqrs reactive-systems
Stop Reinventing The Wheel With Istio
Featuring Mete Atamel
Containers provide a consistent and reproducible environment to run our services. Orchestration systems like Kubernetes help you to manage and scale our container cluster with a consistent API. This is a good start for a loosely coupled microservices architecture but it is not enough. How do you...architecture istio microservices orchestration containers mucon
Lightning Talk: Microservice Or Micromonolth
Featuring Andy Czerwinski
So what criteria do you use to describe the microservices that you have deployed into production? Do they follow the "golden path" of each service having control over every aspect of its self and all its supporting services? Or as you break up the ancient monolith, do you recreate lots...architecture spring-boot devops mucon microservices spring-cloud
Distributed System Reliability Through Chaos Engineering
Featuring Sylvain Hellegouarch
Downtime in any system is costly, often with dire consequences to a business profile. Whether it's a direct income loss or a more impactful negative perception of your company. If you are not measuring and harnessing those costs, you cannot prepare for failures when they hit you. Chaos...architecture devops scalability security chaos-engineering
Securing Kubernetes Networking with a Service Mesh
Featuring Nic Jackson
Many organizations are discovering the networking complexity involved in running a microservice system. Over the last few years, many influential companies have investigated this problem. At the moment, one popular solution is to use a service mesh. A service mesh allows you to replace...architecture devops microservices mucon
Master your Domain with Domain Storytelling
Featuring Stefan Hofer
When you want to find meaningful boundaries for microservices, you must first master the domain. In a live modeling session, Stefan will show you how you can build up domain knowledge with Domain Storytelling.
Domain Storytelling means that you let domain experts tell you stories about their...architecture ddd mucon microservices
Heuristics for Identifying Microservice Boundaries
Featuring Erich Eichinger
When identifying microservice boundaries, it is not enough to consider domains only. Other forces like organisational communication structures, and time, strongly suggest that you also should include other criteria in your considerations. Based on real world experience of numerous projects, this...architecture heuristics service-decomposition microservices evolutionary-architectures
Scaling Microservices with Message Queues, Spring Boot and Kubernetes
Featuring Daniele Polencic
You used the Spring framework to create web-services in the blink of an eye. And you know how great it’s to build small services that compose into a larger system. And it works great — until you have to run it in production.
With so many dependencies, how do you deploy applications in the right...architecture spring-boot microservices kubernetes
Keynote: Operating Microservices: Everything Is at Scale
Featuring Sarah Wells
If you only have to do things a few times, you can do them manually. With microservices, you need to automate pretty much everything. Doing it manually just takes too long.
And it’s not just provisioning and deployment pipelines. How do you keep service run books up to date for 100+ services?...kubernetes architecture microservices mucon