Event-Driven Microservices Architectures
Domain Driven Design (DDD) and Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) give us means to tackle complexity within an application. However, they also include patterns and guidelines that enable us to manage the complexity of large scale, distributed environments.
In this session, Allard Buijze is going to show you how you can take a DDD/CQRS approach on implementing Microservices, while focusing on the messaging between them. He is going to discuss different ways to ensure decoupling of services on the API level, which also ensures the flexibility to change the system's behavior at runtime simply by switching services on and off. Is this something you might be interested in? Don’t hesitate and join us the 11th of May.
What else is there to know? Well, Allard regularly joins conferences as a trainer or speaker (just like he will at iSense!) on topics related to scalable architecture and domain driven design.
Zuidelijk Halfrond 11
2801 DD Gouda
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19:00h - 20:30h Messaging patterns for Event-Driven Microservices Architectures
20:30h Bites and Drinks