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Fire & Forget: How To Build IoT Message-Based Microservices Apps

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WeWork Tower Place

3340 Peachtree Road Northeast · Atlanta, GA

How to find us

We're at the WeWork Tower Place North building at 3340 Peachtree RD NE, Suite 1010 in Buckhead. It's walking distance from the MARTA Buckhead station, or you can park in the Tower Place 100 parking garage. Come up the outside stairs to main entrance.

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Details

Note: We're at the WeWork Tower Place North building at 3340 Peachtree RD NE, Suite 1010 in Buckhead. It's walking distance from the MARTA Buckhead station, or you can park in the Tower Place 100 parking garage. Come up the outside stairs to main entrance.

Neeve Research will provide pizza for the event at 6:30pm, and the presentation will start at 7:00pm.

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Neeve Research will be providing a presentation and demo on how to build fire-and-forget message based microservices applications for IoT - and, specifically, how to process messages at scale.

Topics covered:

• Event-Driven architectures
• How to leverage memory and state
• Building highly available (HA) systems

Presenter:
Kevin Goldstein is a Senior Principal Architect for Neeve Research with over 17 years of experience in building high-performance enterprise applications and trading systems. Kevin specializes in the low latency, messaging and algorithmic arena of trading, and has experience with front, middle and back office systems.

Neeve Research is an in-memory computing company and has developed The X Platform™. The X Platform™ is a general-purpose platform for modern enterprise applications. The X Platform™ not only enables you to author fast, reliable and scalable applications but also, very importantly, enables you to build and easily maintain them in an agile manner allowing enterprise applications to keep pace with the ever-evolving demands of a modern enterprise. Using memory oriented computing techniques, The X Platform™, enables applications to be built such that there is never a compromise of any of the core nonfunctional elements of an enterprise application – performance, reliability, scalability and agility.