A common pattern in cloud native applications is a composite application - one made up of multiple microservices. Cellery is an emerging project that defines composites in code not YAML, and compiles them into images. The benefits of this are type safety, tab completion, code validation, compilation and immutability. These images are then pushed/pulled, tested, deployed, run, managed and monitored. The session will be a live demo of Cellery together with a few slides outlining where the project is going and how you can help influence its direction.
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Paul Fremantle is the CTO and co-founder of WSO2. Paul has a long history of working in open source and middleware and has been a member of Apache for over 10 years.