Event-driven communication in microservice architecture

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  • Introduction to microservices
  • Differences in synchronous and asynchronous communication
  • Popular patterns used in microservice architecture (especially event-based ones)
  • Ways to deal with problems that may be encountered during application development

Event-driven communication in microservice architecture

See recording of this webinar
  • Introduction to microservices
  • Differences in synchronous and asynchronous communication
  • Popular patterns used in microservice architecture (especially event-based ones)
  • Ways to deal with problems that may be encountered during application development

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Event-driven communication in microservice architecture

  • Introduction to microservices
  • Differences in synchronous and asynchronous communication
  • Popular patterns used in microservice architecture (especially event-based ones)
  • Ways to deal with problems that may be encountered during application development

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Software development has changed for good

We help tech managers who understand this change and want to make the most of it.

Software development has changed for good

We help tech managers who understand this change and want to make the most of it.

Software development has changed for good

We help tech managers who understand this change and want to make the most of it.

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Microservice architecture enjoys unflagging popularity. More and more people decide to use it in their projects. In order to ensure the most effective operation of such applications, we should use proven methods and patterns. During the presentation, Paweł will show solutions that are worth using in your project to make sure that everything will work as it should.

Microservice architecture enjoys unflagging popularity. More and more people decide to use it in their projects. In order to ensure the most effective operation of such applications, we should use proven methods and patterns. During the presentation, Paweł will show solutions that are worth using in your project to make sure that everything will work as it should.

Microservices are a good buzzword among developers. But from the CTO point of view, they bring some long-term financial and time benefits resulting from the use of flexible and well-scalable solutions. It can significantly increase the freedom in the selection of technology.

What does it mean? In short: greater flexibility in building a team and reducing the threshold of entering the project, and thus lower costs of implementing a new team member.

During the webinar, Paweł Rychlewski (Lead Backend Developer at The Software House) will discuss the following topics:

 

  • how to decentralize the management of application elements by using event-based communication
  • what are the popular solutions and examples of the use of event-based communication in microservice architecture
  • how to build manageable, flexible and scalable solutions
  • what are long-term benefits resulting from the use of flexible and well-scalable solutions

Speaker

  • Paweł Rychlewski

    Lead Backend Developer

    Lead backend developer with over 10 years of experience who wants to become software architect. CQRS and microservices enthusiast. Big fan of DIY projects with simple IoT integrations. Apart from conquering the digital world, “Rychu” is also taking to the skies with his power kite and a drone.

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