Taming the Microservice Swarm, Oracle Developer Meetup February 19th 2019 Cologne

Join esentri and Oracle for a Developer MeetupHelidon in Cologne.

Schedule: Tuesday, February 19, 2019

esentri AG Burgunderstraße 26 · Köln

Nowadays Microservices became one of the predominate architectural styles when developing business applications. It provides many advantages within areas such as scalability, understandability and robustness of a single Microservice. However, as always in life advantages come with some cost. In respect of Microservices these come in the form of the characteristics of large distributed systems. Topics like resilience, logging, metrics, fault handling and traceability become first citizens when developing a system.
This Meetup will focus current trends which support the development community in taming the swarm. For this topic we are happy to welcome Dmitry Kornilov and Tomas Langer which work on the Helidon project. Helidon is a collection of Java libraries for writing lightweight Microservices. This Meetup will be held in an open format which gives enough room for discussions.

18:30 – 18:45 Welcome
18:45 – 19:05 Taming the Microservice Swarm (Carsten Wiesbaum, esentri AG)
19:05 – 19:30 Beer, Snacks, Networking
19:30 – 20:15 Helidon: Java libraries for writing Microservices (Dmitry Kornilov and Tomas Langer, Oracle)
20:15 – 21:00 Open Discussion + Networking

For details please visit the registration page here.

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