The Architectural Monolith’s days are numbered. As companies are becoming more and more agile, and see how they can now adapt in order to innovate and compete faster than their competition, software development teams are being forced to maintain and evolve large, monolithic applications at a pace of change that those architectures were never meant to withstand, let alone embrace!
Microservices are a new approach to architecting applications. They are simple, single-purpose, lightweight architectural components that enable you to deliver software faster. The microservice architectural approach also aims to lead to software that thrives on change while at the same time being secure, performant, and stable.
This meet up is for people interested in architecting, designing, deploying and maintaining micro service based software architectures.
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Identity Management and Single Sign-on - How Much Flexibility?
Featuring Marcello Teodori and Ryan Dawson
What have you chosen for your IDM (Identity Management) layer? Maybe UAA for OAuth2 authentication? But might your microservices application also need to cover other security protocols such as SAML and Kerberos? Should we look to get it all in one Identity Management product? Can you get all that...devops microservices
Monitoring Microservices with Prometheus
Featuring Joachim Draeger
How do you know your Microservice is doing what it is supposed to do? Don’t stay in the dark, add some metrics! In this talk I will give an overview on how Prometheus integrates with a microservices landscape. I’m also going to show you how you can easily add Prometheus metrics to your...devops prometheus microservices
Apache Kafka - The Heart of Your Microservices Architecture
Featuring Stanislav Kozlovski
It comes a time in every organization where the amount of data ingested becomes extremely hard to manage. You may have different teams producing and consuming data in various forms and frequency. Without a common, single place to store that data, managing it can become extremely complex, brittle...data microservices
Rebuilding Full-Text Search for a Serverless Environment
Featuring Deepak Prabhakara
The software world is moving from a monolith architecture to microservices and serverless. However we still rely on centralised DBs and services, getting stuck in a microlith architecture.
This talk is focused on re-implementing Elasticsearch for a microservices architecture using RocksDB which...data elasticsearch microservice-architecture
Sustainable serverless workflows with Netlify Functions
Featuring Phil Hawksworth
Serverless or Functions as a Service is growing in popularity and can be liberating. But the configuration of AWS Lambda and friends can be fiddly. The experience of developing, deploying, iterating and versioning your Lambda functions can be painful.serverless architecture devops
Event Sourcing, CQRS and Event Driven Systems
Featuring Savvas Kleanthous
Event sourcing is a pattern for storing entities such that we lose no information by storing changes to our entities. There are a number of benefits in using event sourcing, but there are also some common pitfalls that a lot of developers face when trying to put it into practice.architecture es microservices event-driven-systems cqrs event-sourcing
Mid Tier Caching; When Every Day is a DoS
Featuring Kayla Shapiro and Pete Tanton
Recently the BBC has rebuilt its media discovery API converting it from a monolith to micro services architecture. We will be discussing how we designed a micro service REST API with high load and performance in mind specifically, how do we use caching to ensure high traffic events do not take us...architecture microservices bbc