This talk will explain some of the advantages of event-driven architectures, where they should be used and how to implement an event-driven solution using microservices and a cloud-based event bus.
During this talk, you will have the opportunity to interact with a robot which is sending and responding to events in real-time and with just a few lines of code perhaps even control the robot yourself live on the night.
At the end of the talk you'll be familiar with some popular event-driven architecture use cases, you'll have seen microservices in action sending control messages in response to live events and see how events can be consumed by multiple services, and also take away everything you need to try this for yourself including instructions on how to use obtain and use a cloud-based event bus (with a free tier) in your own projects.
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Event-driven architectures, from serious use cases to fun robotics
Jon is part of the Solace UK team. He is passionate about open data movement, high performance messaging, cloud, IoT, big data, robotics, machine learning, computer vision and infosec (and much more).