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In this workshop you'll learn what asynchronous back-pressure (in accordance to the reactive-streams.org specification) is, and why it's so tremendously useful in asynchronous systems. You will use that knowledge hands-on in a sample app you'll be developing, which aims to be resilient against overload.
This workshop focuses on the use of Akka Streams and Http, and shows how various Reactive Streams implementations can be fit together to form a well-behaving asynchronous system that will never overload any of its parts nor blow up with out-of-memory errors.
No preparation is necessary beforehand. Konrad will supply dependencies on-site at the workshop.
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Workshop: End-to-end asynchronous back-pressure with Akka Streams
Konrad is an Akka hakker at Typesafe, where he also participated in the Reactive Streams initiative, and implemented its Technology Compatibility Kit.