Sessions

Austin Parker
Solving Microservices Mysteries With OpenTelemetry [Full-Day Workshop]
Austin Parker

Microservices have broken our traditional monitoring tools. Traditional methods of application logging and host-based metrics can’t provide accurate and timely signals for issues impacting production. OpenTelemetry solves this dilemma by providing a single set of APIs, SDKs, and automatic instrument

Room: Breakout Room D
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Tags: DevOps; Microservices

Luther Hill
Build a Data Pipeline in the cloud for Bird Recognition
Luther Hill

Build a cloud data pipeline to enable bird recognition from streaming video and provide descriptive information about the birds. The architecture will take live streaming video and use lambda functions to initiate image recognition, data mapping, and display the information on a webpage. This projec

Room: Breakout Room G
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Tags: .NET; Architecture; Azure; Machine Learning; Microservices; NoSQL; Python; Serverless; SQL; Windows

Deven Phillips
Modular Monoliths Are The New Microservices
Deven Phillips

We've finally reached the trough of disillusionment on Microservices, and people have realized that they are not Magic, nor are they easy. Most of the supposed "benefits" of Microservices can achieved without that added complexity though. Let's discuss some strategies for how you can design your app

Room: Breakout Room J
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Architecture; Continuous Delivery; Development Practices; DevOps; Microservices

Sean Whitesell
Microservices — The Easy Way is the Wrong Way
Sean Whitesell

Don't fall for buzz-words. Microservices done right is hard. This talk is about what you need to know to do them well. I'll show pros/cons and tactics.

Room: Breakout Room K
Topics: Application Development
Tags: Microservices

Jimmy Bogard
Effective Microservice Communication and Conversation Patterns
Jimmy Bogard

Orchestration or choreography? Sagas or process manager? REST, RPC, or events? Are we just making this all up as we go along? Microservices introduce major complexities the moment we move away from a single service and process to multiple ones. Immediately, the problem hits: services have to commun

Room: Breakout Room J
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Tags: Architecture; Microservices

Michael Meadows
The Ugly Side of Serverless Apps (and How to Succeed Anyway)
Michael Meadows

AWS has Lambda, GCP has Cloud Functions, and Azure has Functions. Although they differ in implementation, they all share a basic philosophy: only pay for what you use. With this benefit, however, comes some downsides. This talk explores both the shared and platform specific considerations that devel

Room: Breakout Room H
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Tags: Architecture; AWS; Azure; Cloud; Google Cloud; Microservices; Serverless

Rob Richardson
Databases in the Microservices world
Rob Richardson

Web technologies have come leaps and bounds. But are you still using the tired old database from last generation? Let's look at the methodology of microservices, compare it to bounded contexts, and look at ops tasks for micro-databases. Let's tour all the flavors of databases, understand their pros

Room: Breakout Room I
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Tags: Database; Microservices; NoSQL; SQL

Justin Kaffenberger
Going Container-less with Service Fabric and .NET
Justin Kaffenberger

In this session, you'll learn how Service Fabric can facilitate the migration of an existing on-premise, monolithic, Windows/.NET codebase to a micro-service architecture, without the need to adopt Linux or containers in the process. Let .NET developers do what they do best, and let Service Fabric

Room: Breakout Room L
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Tags: .NET; Azure; Microservices

Krol Mathias
New role of EA - Building evolutionary architectures
Krol Mathias

Agile delivery has challenged EA into building evolutionary architectures to address incremental change and system-wide fitness functions.

Room: Breakout Room K
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Architecture; Continuous Delivery; Microservices; Requirements

Matthew Groves
Developing and deploying your first ASP.NET Core Microservice to Kubernetes
Matthew Groves

Are you frustrated with your monolith or exploring a microservices architecture pattern for your next application? Kubernetes offers orchestration and tooling to make it easier to build and deploy an elastic, self-healing microservice system. In this session, we’ll build a single microservice with A

Room: Breakout Room E
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: .NET; Architecture; Azure; Cloud; Container; Database; DevOps; Docker; Microservices; Microsoft; NoSQL

Deven Phillips
Jeremy Davis
Event Driven Architecture with Quarkus, Kafka, and Kubernetes
Deven Phillips; Jeremy Davis

Event Driven Architectures are distributed, asynchronous, and scalable. The rise of real time decision making, the on-demand economy, explosion of data, and the adoption of microservices have all driven the adoption of event driven architectures. Event Driven code is reactive by nature and signifi

Room: Breakout Room F
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Tags: Architecture; Cloud; Development Practices; Kubernetes; Microservices; Serverless

Shawn Wallace
Event-driven Architecture, Micro-services and the Cloud
Shawn Wallace

Event-driven architectures are a versatile approach to designing and integrating complex software systems. Event-driven architecture is not a new concept, but as more organizations evolve and are open to move more features to the cloud, this approach to system design has become appropriate in more

Room: Breakout Room J
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Tags: Architecture; Cloud; Microservices

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A software development conference in the Louisville, KY area on August 19 - 21, 2020 designed to cover all aspects of software development regardless of development stack.

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