5:30-6:00 PM – Dinner & Networking

6:00-6:10 PM – Accenture CloudWorks Introduction 

6:10-7:10 PM – Microservice Presentation

7:10-7:45 PM – Networking & Dismissal

Abstract Details:

Services Assemble! Apply MVP Principles to Create Cutting-Edge Microservices Without Chaos with Spring Cloud/Netflix OSS

Few topics in software architecture discussions yield as much heat as that of microservices. Monolithic applications have dominated the landscape for years, and a large number of monoliths run a great many critical processes used to this day. More recently, companies with requirements for rapid release cycles and key “ilities” (maintainability, scalability, reliability, flexibility, extensibility) have chosen another approach, deploying functionality in more granular, API-driven modules: microservices.

In this session, learn how to use proven patterns & open source software to rapidly build a robust portfolio of microservices that provide a solid foundation for your dynamic and growing microservice architecture. This session addresses vital points such as:

Configuration services

Microservice registration and discovery

Circuit breakers for graceful degradation

Load balancing and intelligent routing

Asynchronous messaging

Additional topics discussed include logging & tracing, testing approaches, and migration patterns.

The presenter will demonstrate how to develop & effectively manage microservices using OSS tools employed by Netflix to keep movies streaming globally 24×7.


Speaker Bio – Mark Heckler, Developer & Presenter

Mark Heckler is a Pivotal Principal Technologist & Spring Developer Advocate, conference speaker, published author, & Java Champion focusing upon developing innovative production-ready software at velocity for the Cloud and IoT applications. He has worked with key players in the manufacturing, retail, medical, scientific, telecom, and financial industries and various public sector organizations to develop and deliver critical capabilities on time and on budget. Mark is an open source contributor and author/curator of a developer-focused blog (Hecklers in Development) and an occasionally interesting Twitter account (@mkheck).