WEBINAR REPLAY 

Revitalizing Enterprise Integration with Reactive Streams

With Viktor Klang, Deputy CTO, Lightbend

Audience: Developers, Architects

Technical level: Intermediate

As software grows more and more interconnected, and with several generations of software having to interoperate, a new take on the integration of systems is needed—ad hoc, unversioned, and unreplicated scripts just won’t suffice, and the traditional Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) concept has experienced stability, reliability, performance, and scalability problems.

In this webinar, Viktor explores a new take on Enterprise Integration Patterns:

  • First, he will explore the Reactive Streams standard, an orchestration layer where transformations are standalone, composable, reusable, and—most importantly—using asynchronous flow-control—back pressure—to maintain predictable, stable, behavior over time.
  • Furthermore, he will go through how one-off workloads relate to continuous, and batch, workloads, and how they can be addressed by that very same orchestration layer.
  • Finally, he will review how this type of design achieves resilience, scalability, and ultimately—responsiveness.


WEBINAR REPLAY 

Revitalizing Enterprise Integration with Reactive Streams

With Viktor Klang, Deputy CTO, Lightbend and

Audience: Developers, Architects

Technical level: Intermediate

As software grows more and more interconnected, and with several generations of software having to interoperate, a new take on the integration of systems is needed—ad hoc, unversioned, and unreplicated scripts just won’t suffice, and the traditional Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) concept has experienced stability, reliability, performance, and scalability problems.

In this webinar, Viktor explores a new take on Enterprise Integration Patterns:

  • First, he will explore the Reactive Streams standard, an orchestration layer where transformations are standalone, composable, reusable, and—most importantly—using asynchronous flow-control—back pressure—to maintain predictable, stable, behavior over time.
  • Furthermore, he will go through how one-off workloads relate to continuous, and batch, workloads, and how they can be addressed by that very same orchestration layer.
  • Finally, he will review how this type of design achieves resilience, scalability, and ultimately—responsiveness.




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ABOUT PRESENTER

Viktor Klang, Deputy CTO, Lightbend

Viktor “√” Klang, is a distributed & concurrent programming enthusiast, former Tech Lead for the Akka project, a founding member of the Reactive Streams Initiative and a principal contributor to scala.concurrent—concurrency utilities for the Scala Standard Library.

ABOUT PRESENTERS

Viktor Klang, Deputy CTO, Lightbend

Viktor “√” Klang, is a distributed & concurrent programming enthusiast, former Tech Lead for the Akka project, a founding member of the Reactive Streams Initiative and a principal contributor to scala.concurrent—concurrency utilities for the Scala Standard Library.





About Lightbend

Lightbend (@Lightbend) is leading the enterprise transformation toward real-time, cloud-native applications. Lightbend Platform provides scalable, high-performance microservices frameworks and streaming engines for building data-centric systems that are optimized to run on cloud-native infrastructure. The most admired brands around the globe are transforming their businesses with Lightbend, engaging billions of users every day through software that is changing the world. For more information, visit lightbend.com.