Presentation: Microservices: Service Oriented Development

Track: Microservices: Patterns and Practices

Location: Ballroom A

Duration: 11:50am - 12:40pm

Day of week: Tuesday

Persona: Backend Developer

Abstract

Conventional wisdom is that microservices is an architecture that is the spiritual successor to service-oriented architecture. While true, this myopic view of microservices ignores some of the profound workflow shifts in today’s microservices organizations.

The reality is that microservices is an architecture _and_ workflow. In this talk, we’ll introduce the workflow of service-oriented development. Rafael will talk about how the real goal of microservices is to break up a monolithic development workflow. We’ll show you how, by breaking up your workflow, you can build software that lets you move fast and make things.

Speaker: Rafael Schloming

Co-founder and Chief Architect @Datawire, spec author of the AMQP specification

Rafael Schloming is Co-founder and Chief Architect of Datawire. He is a globally recognized expert on messaging and distributed systems and a spec author of the AMQP specification. Previously, Rafael was a principal software engineer at Red Hat. Rafael has a B.S. in computer science from MIT.

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