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At ING they already have a microservices-based architecture. It certainly sounds cool, but how can you enable developers create innovative customer experiences even faster? How can you help them reason about their system complexity and change functionality comfortably without breaking it?
Nikola will share with you an open-source technology he and his Team developed to declare, verify and execute microservices-based orchestration flows. During this talk you will learn: - to write a recipe for such a flow with an internal DSL (domain specific language); - visualize the recipe as a graph to communicate the steps of the process with business and technical stakeholders; - and run the resulting flow within a RESTful API.
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Declare, verify and execute microservices-based process flows with Baker
Nikola is an expert engineer at ING in Amsterdam. He is a software craftsman by heart, hacking in Scala, Java and Elm.