Microservices, data streaming, and serverless computing are trendy, and for good reason. These technologies have evolved to provide economical solutions to modern problems, and have been enabled by technical innovations, such as cloud platforms and an increased demand for data, and experiment-driven business models.
However, simply following trends is not a recipe for success. To adopt new technologies and architectural patterns efficiently, developers and architects must understand how they evolved in the larger context of messaging and event-driven architecture.
Join us for an overview of different styles of messaging and event-driven architecture, ranging from enterprise integration to event-driven microservices, data streaming, and serverless computing. We will show you how these technologies came into existence, how they evolved from each other, and what problems they solve. To keep things practical, we will show you how to build and run them on Red Hat OpenShift with Red Hat portfolio components.
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