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.
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
A meta-pipeline for generating continuous delivery pipelines for microservices
Featuring Steve Freeman and Hilverd Reker
At SpringerNature the development group is adopting microservices. They found that having developers set up build pipelines by hand for each service was time-consuming and led to inconsistencies as our environment changed, so they automated the process.mucon meta-pipeline microservices agile protocol springernature
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
Where is Integration in a Microservices world?
Featuring Kim Clark
Integration is about connecting disparate systems together. Ways of approaching that problem have appeared in many guises, including ETL (extract/transform/load) in the data world and ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) in the SOA world.mucon microservices integration etl esb soa hybrid cloud
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
Sado MicroServices: compelling factors driving microservices and useful safety words
Featuring Asher Glynn and Kingsley Davies
Microservices have been garnered a lot of attention and popularity in recent times, but service evolution is neither a new thing nor free.mucon microservices case-study real-world devops
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 Developer Experience with Spring Cloud
Featuring Dave Syer
So you've decided to go cloud native. You've got a number of microservices that your company builds and runs. They interact with each other in various ways. You've got testing and staging and production environments that may have taken a lot of effort to get right. How does an...mucon microservices developer spring-cloud ide
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
From monolith to microservice
Featuring Ian Cooper
So you have decided that you have outgrown your monolithic application, and now you want to break it up into microservices. Just how do you go about that?
Often likened to "building planes in the sky" complex restructuring projects often fail because teams lack the understanding of how...mucon monolith microservices