Cloud Native Java workshop (by Mark Heckler)

Participants in this event will analyze how high-performance organizations such as TicketMaster, Alibaba and Netflix deal with the complexity derived from microservices in architecture, and how they achieve greater simplicity thanks to SpringBoot and SpringCloud.

19 May 2016
Cloud Native Java workshop (by Mark Heckler)

Summary of the event

Work in an organization takes time and, ultimately, it takes time for this work to move to production where its value becomes evident. As a result, it is vital to be able to reduce production time.

Software is regarded as a competitive advantage by countless organizations and industries. These organizations break their greatest software ambitions into small work processes which can be deployed independently and focus on a single functionality. These are called microservices.

Consequently, by reducing the back-and-forth movement between workstations, organizations try to achieve as much consolidation as possible and subsequently automate what can’t be consolidated. Developers and Operations teams structure DevOps so that cloud services and platforms (such as Pivotal Cloud Foundry) can automate operational tasks and remove the need for ITIL tickets and change management tables.

However, speed poses a danger. Microservices bring a degree of complexity to architecture that few people are willing to accept. During this session, we will see how high-performance organizations such as TicketMaster, Alibaba and Network simplify this complexity thanks to SpringBoot and SpringCloud.

Share

Share in:

Date

19 May 2016

Location

BBVA Innovation Center, Plaza de Santa Bárbara, 2 28004 Madrid (Spain)

See map
Language

English

Place of the event

BBVA Innovation Center, Plaza de Santa Bárbara, 2 28004 Madrid (Spain) More info

It may interest you