What are the benefits of the Reactive Manifesto and the Microservices approach, especially for those who want to fundamentally modernize their business? We will discuss this at the free event „Reactive Microservices Roadshow“, on 28th September in Berlin. The event is hosted by codecentric AG and Lightbend (formerly known as Typesafe).
09:00-09:30: Coffee and Breakfast
09:45-10:30: Reaktive Microservices with Akka – Heiko Seeberger (Fellow codecentric AG)
10:30-11:00: Coffee Break and Discussion
11:00-11:45: AutoScout24 goes Microservices – Christian Deger (AutoScout24)
11:45-12:30: One microservice is no microservice—they come in systems – Markus Eisele (Lightbend)
12:30-13:00: Roundup / Q&A / Networking
Reaktive Mircroservices with Akka (Heiko Seeberger)
The Reactive Manifesto defines essential qualities which modern systems need to have in order to cope with today's requirements: Responsiveness, which is the cornerstone of usability and utility, requires resilience and elasticity; all of these are based upon asynchronous messaging. In this talk we look at the meaning of "Reactive" for a microservice architecture, for individual services and for their collaboration.
AutoScout24 goes Microservices (Christian Deger)
Fed up with stop and go in your data center? Why not shift into overdrive and pull into the fast lane? Learn how AutoScout24, the largest online car marketplace Europe-wide, are building their Autobahn in the cloud.
Reinventing themselves by making a radical transition from monoliths to microservices, from .NET on Windows to Scala on Linux, from data center to AWS and from built by devs and run by ops to a DevOps mindset.
One microservice is no microservice—they come in systems! (Markus Eisele)
Building a complete system out of individual Microservices is not as simple as we're being told. While Microservices-based Architecture continues to draw more and more attention we're also starting to learn about the trade-offs and drawbacks. Individual Microservices are fairly easy to understand and implement, but they only make sense as systems, and it is in-between the services that the most challenging (and interesting) problems arise—here we are entering the world of distributed systems.
This talk is going to distill the essence Microservices-based systems and then introduce you to a new development approach to Microservices which gets you started quickly with a guided, minimalistic approach on your local machine and supports you every single step on the way to a productive scaled out Microservices-based system composed of hundreds of services. At the end of this talk, you've experienced first hand how creating systems of microservices on the JVM is dead-simple, intuitive, frictionless and last and more importantly—a lot of fun!
Datum und Uhrzeit
Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité
auf dem Gelände: Virchowweg 16