Idyllic Software is a provider of enterprise grade software delivery services. The current team specializes in Ruby on Rails and Node.js development. Idyllic Software has embraced microservices architecture to enable their customers to innovate faster as they build resilient software for them.
Idyllic Software is culture driven 45+ people team with development headquarters in India and business development offices in Boulder, Boston and Chicago in the US.
Recently Idyllic Software has partnered up with a UK based firm, Simplicity Itself to deliver comprehensive microservices solutions to their customers in North America and globally.
Microservices Pain Points: Testing & Security
Featuring David Dawson
Testing Microservices is hard! Or is it really? One of the precepts of TDD is that if something is hard to test, then potentially the design itself is at faulty. With a sweep through design options for Microservices, it can be shown that testing Microservices does not have to be hard, and can...microservices testing mucon
MicroWebs and NanoServices: an introduction to Resource Oriented Computing
Featuring Peter Rodgers
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.mucon resource-oriented-computing roc-solutions microwebs nanoservices unix rest microservices
Featuring Greg Young
Old ideas. New words. How to make sense of all of it? What is the right size of a micro service? 300 lines of code?! in what language? There is a lot of nonsense out there about microservices. This talk will actually not focus on microservices but the ideas behind them and what has been learned...microservices
Microservices - enough with theory, let's do some coding
Featuring Tomasz Szymanski and Marcin Grzejszczak
You have been on many talks about the (not so) new software design approach which is - "Microservices".
Having organized few Microservice Hackathons (both public and internal) and developing applications for the last 7 months using that approach, Marcin and Tomasz would like to show you...mucon live-coding practice microservices spring-cloud zookeeper kibana/grafana java scala groovy
Zen and the Art of REST API documentation - 'Document them and they will come' (as Kevin Costner might have said)
Featuring Stephen Judd
Struggling to document your APIs? Still using a wiki page to do it? Come to this talk and learn the secrets of documenting REST APIs!
One of the secrets to a successful Microservices application is the quality of its APIs - so using a decent tool to help develop them is essential; without the...mucon rest-api-documentation swagger raml spring-restdocs apiary microservices
The 12 Factor Team
Featuring Alex Ley
The '12 Factor App' principles are agreed on as the foundation of Cloud Native applications, but can the same principles be applied to teams? This talk explores if the 12 factors can be re-purposed to create high functioning teams that are ready to build and support Cloud Native...mucon microservices 12-factor-app cloud-native agile cross-functional-teams devops
We are not Object Oriented anymore
Featuring Matteo Collina
All of you have been taught that GOOD code is Object Oriented. Why do you find so difficult to write distributed code? Why should be that hard to move a piece of code from the current machines to another?mucon microservices object-oriented node.js architecture
Conduct your microservices
Featuring Sylvain Hellegouarch
Now that you have several microservices, your next step is to deploy them and make them talk to each other on a different kinds of infrastructures. You might even go the next step and monitor them so that, should they fail, the service is not interrupted.mucon microservices docker mesos marathon
The Business Behind Microservices: Organisational, Architectural and Operational Challenges
Featuring Daniel Bryant
The technology changes required when implementing a microservice-based application are only one part of the equation. The business and organisation will also most likely have to fundamentally change. In an ideal world, this shouldn’t be a problem - what with the rise of agile, lean and DevOps -...mucon business real-world case-study microservices
Securing Microservices: Data not Process
Featuring David Dawson
Security is a multi faceted problem. From perimeter, defence in depth, audit, monitoring, fraud detection, user authorisation, network security, denial of service. There are many things to consider! Microservices are naturally distributed, naturally polyglot, living on a network. They make use of...mucon microservices security