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Reactive Architectures Using Microservices (or Not)

With Lutz Huehnken Solutions Architect Typesafe, Inc.

Microservices fuel the hope to have found a better way to build and deploy applications. Independent services, that can be deployed, scaled and updated without affecting the rest of the system, is the promise made. But resiliency doesn’t come free with Microservices - rather the opposite, as the availability requirements only grow as services depend heavily on each other.

In this webinar by Solutions Architect Lutz Huehnken, we are going to look at some challenges that the switch to Microservices brings, and how ConductR helps mastering them. You will see how ConductR can help you to make your services resilient, and thus build a reliable system based on Microservices.

In Part 2 in this four part series, we will check how ConductR can help running Microservices:

  • A review of microservices and trade-offs that are made
  • A better approach to service discovery for microservices
  • How to avoid operational complexity when dealing with microservices

About the Reactive for DevOps series

A new wave of Reactive application development continues to enter the mainstream, heeding the call of the Reactive Manifesto for resilience, elasticity and responsiveness in modern systems. For Operations to reliably manage and deploy applications (or microservices) to cluster, an approach that differs from the traditional methods of managing monolithic application servers is needed.

This four-part “Reactive for DevOps” series intends to provide a deeper look at the ways of managing distributed Reactive applications built with Play, Akka and Java or Scala, using technologies like Amazon EC2, Ansible, Docker, Mesos and managed by Typesafe ConductR.

Upcoming ConductR Webinars include: 

  • Reactive for DevOps 3/4: Using ConductR with Docker on the JVM
  • Reactive for DevOps 4/4: ConductR and improving resiliency and elasticity


WEBINAR REPLAY |

Reactive Architectures Using Microservices (or Not)

With Lutz Huehnken Solutions Architect Typesafe, Inc. and

Microservices fuel the hope to have found a better way to build and deploy applications. Independent services, that can be deployed, scaled and updated without affecting the rest of the system, is the promise made. But resiliency doesn’t come free with Microservices - rather the opposite, as the availability requirements only grow as services depend heavily on each other.

In this webinar by Solutions Architect Lutz Huehnken, we are going to look at some challenges that the switch to Microservices brings, and how ConductR helps mastering them. You will see how ConductR can help you to make your services resilient, and thus build a reliable system based on Microservices.

In Part 2 in this four part series, we will check how ConductR can help running Microservices:

  • A review of microservices and trade-offs that are made
  • A better approach to service discovery for microservices
  • How to avoid operational complexity when dealing with microservices

About the Reactive for DevOps series

A new wave of Reactive application development continues to enter the mainstream, heeding the call of the Reactive Manifesto for resilience, elasticity and responsiveness in modern systems. For Operations to reliably manage and deploy applications (or microservices) to cluster, an approach that differs from the traditional methods of managing monolithic application servers is needed.

This four-part “Reactive for DevOps” series intends to provide a deeper look at the ways of managing distributed Reactive applications built with Play, Akka and Java or Scala, using technologies like Amazon EC2, Ansible, Docker, Mesos and managed by Typesafe ConductR.

Upcoming ConductR Webinars include: 

  • Reactive for DevOps 3/4: Using ConductR with Docker on the JVM
  • Reactive for DevOps 4/4: ConductR and improving resiliency and elasticity


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About Presenter

Lutz Huehnken Solutions Architect Typesafe, Inc.

Lutz Huehnken is a Solutions Architect at Typesafe. He has worked in professional software development since 1997, and has successfully deployed major web applications for clients in different fields (retail, logistics, hospitality, finance). After 15 years of Java development, Lutz has made the switch to Scala in 2012 and has made it his ongoing task to help others to do the same.

About Presenters

Lutz Huehnken Solutions Architect Typesafe, Inc.

Lutz Huehnken is a Solutions Architect at Typesafe. He has worked in professional software development since 1997, and has successfully deployed major web applications for clients in different fields (retail, logistics, hospitality, finance). After 15 years of Java development, Lutz has made the switch to Scala in 2012 and has made it his ongoing task to help others to do the same.

About Lightbend

Lightbend (Twitter: @Lightbend) is dedicated to helping developers build Reactive applications on the JVM. With the Lightbend Reactive Platform, developers can create message-driven applications that scale on multicore and cloud computing architectures by using projects like Lagom, Play Framework, Akka, Scala, Java, and Apache Spark. To help our customers succeed, Lightbend partners with technology pioneers such as Databricks, IBM, and Mesosphere.