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SkillsCast

MicroWebs and NanoServices: an introduction to Resource Oriented Computing

5th November 2015 in Stockholm at Bryggarsalen Konferens

This SkillsCast was filmed at µCon Stockholm 2015: The Microservices Conference

SkillsCast coming soon.

Microservices allow you to adopt composite architectures in which the value of the composite is greater than the sum of the parts. Compositional solutions have a long tradition and are a core element of the Unix philosophy.

Through REST you now understand that the Web is a Resource Oriented Architecture. So perhaps you should think of microservices in terms of "microresources"?

In this talk Peter will introduce Resource Oriented Computing, a general abstraction for software in which "everything is a resource". ROC solutions are built by composing resources from nanoservice endpoints located in "microweb" spaces. Evovable highly scaled, ultra-high performance solutions are created by the scale-invariant composition of "microwebs". Resources all the way down, or if you prefer, microservices, nanoservices, femtoservices all the way down...

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MicroWebs and NanoServices: an introduction to Resource Oriented Computing

Peter Rodgers

Peter Rodgers is the architect of NetKernel and the father of Resource Oriented Computing.

SkillsCast

SkillsCast coming soon.

Microservices allow you to adopt composite architectures in which the value of the composite is greater than the sum of the parts. Compositional solutions have a long tradition and are a core element of the Unix philosophy.

Through REST you now understand that the Web is a Resource Oriented Architecture. So perhaps you should think of microservices in terms of "microresources"?

In this talk Peter will introduce Resource Oriented Computing, a general abstraction for software in which "everything is a resource". ROC solutions are built by composing resources from nanoservice endpoints located in "microweb" spaces. Evovable highly scaled, ultra-high performance solutions are created by the scale-invariant composition of "microwebs". Resources all the way down, or if you prefer, microservices, nanoservices, femtoservices all the way down...

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About the Speaker

MicroWebs and NanoServices: an introduction to Resource Oriented Computing

Peter Rodgers

Peter Rodgers is the architect of NetKernel and the father of Resource Oriented Computing.