Microservices Day Atlanta 2018 is about real world microservices implementations from testing to managing data to choosing the right tools and ecosystem.
Microservices Architectures have exploded since Martin Fowler and James Lewis coined the phrase in 2014. Every organization is at least exploring the approach.
Microservices applications promise huge increases in time to market and scalability. However, shops that have already put microservices applications into production have experienced first hand the pitfalls and uncharted territory that also come with this approach.
Attend Microservices Day Atlanta 2018 to learn:
- What technologies the open source world is converging around and what is on the horizon
- How to test the moving parts of your application from desktop to the cloud
- Why managing data is fundamentally different in a microservices architecture
- What reactive microservices, programming and systems are and why you might want to use them
- Get an up close look at Red Hat's products and projects that enable the move from monolith to microservices: WildFly-Swarm, Vert.x, Node.js, Spring Boot, and OpenShift Container Platform
- Meet the core engineers and architects that build Red Hat's products and implement solutions
Who Should Attend
Developers, architects, and engineers interested in successful microservices implementations.
Keynote: Microservices.NOW: from Netflix OSS to Istio Service Mesh - Presented by Christian Posta
Data Strategies for Microservice Architectures - Presented by Marius Bogoevici and Edson Yanaga
Holy cannoli how am I supposed to test all this? Presented by Jason Porter and Steve Pousty
Get Reactive: Microservices, Programming and Systems - Presented by Jeremy Davis
Red Hat Application Runtimes Shootout
WildFly Swarm - Presented by Ken Finnigan
Spring Boot - Presented by Brian Ashburn
Node.js - Presented by Lance Ball
Eclipse Vert.x - Presented by Deven Phillips
Expert Lead Discussions
Brian Ashburn (@bkashburn) – Senior solutions architect for app development at Red Hat
Lance Ball (@lanceball) – Senior software engineer at Red Hat and an engineering lead for the Node.js efforts within the JBoss middleware division
Jeremy Davis (@argntprgrmr) – Principal solution architect for application development at Red Hat
Ken Finnigan – Principal software engineer for Red Hat middleware and author of JBoss Weld CDI for Java Platform
Deven Phillips – DevOps And Reactive Software Developer at Red Hat
Jason Porter (@lightguardjp) – Software engineer on the Red Hat developer program team
Christian Posta (@christianposta) – Chief Architect of cloud applications at Red Hat, and the author of Microservices for Java Developers (O'Reilly 2016)
Steve Pousty (@thesteve0) – Director of developer advocacy for Red Hat middleware
Edson Yanaga – Red Hat's director of developer experience