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Traditional web applications have typically followed a layered architecture; Presentation, Service, Business and Data Access Layers over a relational database. While such applications often have a great deal of capability, there are practical limitations on how well they grow, evolve and scale in a dynamically scalable environment like the cloud.
Come and watch John Azariah and Mahesh Krishnan share their practical experiences of how Modern Architectural Patterns such as CQRS, Queue Centric Workflow, Event Sourcing and Map Reduce combine with NoSQL databases among other things to address issues such as reliability, flexibility and scalability in modern real-world cloud applications.
This exciting talk will showcase a Twitter-like social application, written using these patterns running in the cloud.
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