Microservices Architectural Patterns: Practical Insights
Microservices is fast becoming the de-facto architectural standard for complex applications built with scalability in mind. We will explain four different architectural patterns that covers most microservices-based applications. First we will trace the architectural evolution from API Gateways to Service Mesh pattern, and dive a bit into the emerging micro-gateway pattern. The other dominant pattern that is very important for newer applications is event-driven microservices. In this session, we’ll jump straight into prototypes of these architectural patterns, and learn about the key elements of each pattern through a bit of hands-on effort. The Istio service mesh will be extensively used in this workshop while other patterns will also be adequately addressed.
Monojit Basu, Founder Director, TechYugadi IT Solutions & Consulting
Date: 18th October 2019
Time: 03:30 PM to 06:30 PM
Venue: Workshop Room 3, NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bangalore.
Fee: Rs. 3999/- (Limited seats available)
Who can attend this workshop?
Developers, Architects, Technical Managers
What all will be covered in the workshop
Prototype and learn essential microservices architectural patterns in a day
Benefits/Takeaways of this workshop for the attendees
Gain a real quick understanding of microservices architecture from a practical perspective
Walk through a detailed demo of the widely adopted Istio framework
Take home working prototypes of microservices architectural patterns and a running Istio environment
Monojit Basu is the Founder and Director of TechYugadi IT Solutions & Consulting, Bangalore. This company is engaged in technical enablement and consulting in Cloud Computing, Analytics and IoT. Before setting up this company, Monojit worked in Senior Product Manager and Technical Architect roles in various software product companies including Sun Microsystems, webMethods, IBM. Monojit has played a key role in development as well as in customer success of many innovative enterprise software platforms, including highly available J2EE application server, SOA platform, Application Life Cycle Management platform and Big Data technology platform. He has been a speaker at conferences and events in India, China and the US, including JavaOne, IBM Innovate, and NASSCOM-IIMB workshop. Monojit is also a Cloudera-certified Hadoop developer and contributes to open source projects including micro-services based projects on the Kubernetes platform.
Founder Director, TechYugadi IT Solutions & Consulting