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SkillsCast

Latency sensitive microservices

7th November 2016 in London at CodeNode

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In this talk you will look at the differences between micro-services and monolith architectures and their relative benefits and disadvantage.

You will explore design patterns which will allow you to utilize these different strategies as a deployment concern without significant changes to the business logic.

You will learn how micro-service architecture can be implemented under low latency constraints of 10 - 100 micro-second latencies, in Java in particular, and how these strategies reduce the impact of serializing data and logging.

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Latency sensitive microservices

Peter Lawrey

Most answers for Java and JVM on StackOverflow.com (~12K), "Vanilla Java" blog with four million views and ~300 posts, founder of the Performance Java User's Group, a virtual JUG with ~2K members, architect of Chronicle Software, open source project for high performance, low latency libraries in Java, & Java Champion

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In this talk you will look at the differences between micro-services and monolith architectures and their relative benefits and disadvantage.

You will explore design patterns which will allow you to utilize these different strategies as a deployment concern without significant changes to the business logic.

You will learn how micro-service architecture can be implemented under low latency constraints of 10 - 100 micro-second latencies, in Java in particular, and how these strategies reduce the impact of serializing data and logging.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Latency sensitive microservices

Peter Lawrey

Most answers for Java and JVM on StackOverflow.com (~12K), "Vanilla Java" blog with four million views and ~300 posts, founder of the Performance Java User's Group, a virtual JUG with ~2K members, architect of Chronicle Software, open source project for high performance, low latency libraries in Java, & Java Champion

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