Please log in to watch this conference skillscast.
In this talk we're going to see how microservice architecture emerges from the constraints of reality. We will face the problems imposed by reality, and show how they can not only be solved, but how the constraints free us from misconceptions that are otherwise very easy to acquire. We will also explore how distributed systems are at the heart of microservice architectures and how communication shapes the structure, behavior and development of the software.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:
- Failure: Deal with it! (SkillsCast recorded in December 2013)
- Fast Track to Chaos Engineering with Russ Miles (in London on 1st - 3rd July 2019)
- Strategic DDD & Sociotechnical Architecture with Kacper Gunia and Nick Tune (in London on 30th September - 1st October 2019)
- ProgNET London 2019 (in London on 11th - 13th September 2019)
- Applying Chaos Engineering to build Resilient Serverless Applications (in London on 9th July 2019)
- Keynote by Emily Jiang on On Stage Hacking: Build 12-Factor Microservices in an Hour (in London on 23rd July 2019)
- Securing microservices in a serverless world (SkillsCast recorded in June 2019)
- Observability for Microservices: practical advice (SkillsCast recorded in June 2019)
Keynote: How reality shapes microservice architectures
Viktor Klang is the Deputy CTO at Typesafe—prolific contributor to the Akka project as well as member of the Reactive Streams SIG when not involved in the Scala Standard Library concurrency APIs. Interested in all things distributed and concurrent—software as hardware.