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Microservices always sound nice and neat, but it can be all too easy to end up building what amounts to a distributed monolith instead. Luckily streaming data (such as that from IoT devices) lends itself well to a style of architecture that realises the benefits of microservices, while avoiding many of the difficulties and pitfalls. In this talk I will describe such an architecture developed at Urbanise using Amazon Kinesis and idempotent, horizontally scalable, fault tolerant, microservices for processing of sensor data.
Microservices, IoT, Data, Architecture, Scalable, Fault Tolerant, Amazon Kinesis
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Perryn is a Software Consultant of 14 or so years experience. He has been helping software teams use BDD since before it was called that. Over the years he has used (and contributed to) a number of tools including FIT, Selenium, rspec story runner an