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Enterprises are moving to the cloud and microservices, but few are prepared for just how complex it can be in a cloud-native environment to achieve something as simple as, reliable, performant and secure, communication between services. This is changing with RSocket, an open source networking protocol built specifically for cloud and microservice communication.
Developed by Netifi in collaboration with Netflix, Facebook, Pivotal, Alibaba and others, RSocket combines messaging, stream processing and observability in a single, lightweight solution that provides the connectivity needed for today’s web, mobile and IoT applications. Unlike older technologies such as REST or gRPC, RSocket is equally adept at handling service calls as well as high-throughput streaming data and is at home in the datacenter as well as in the cloud, browsers and mobile/IoT devices.
In this session you will learn how Netifi is using RSocket to simplify the way enterprises architect for the cloud, enabling enterprise developers to build and operate complex networks of services with performance improvements of up to 400% and cost reductions of up to 90% compared to legacy technology.
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Cloud-Native Microservices with RSocket
Arsalan Farooq is CEO at Netifi. Previously, he was vice president, cloud products at Persistent Systems/Accelerite, which he joined with the acquisition of Convirture in 2015.