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Extracting Java Microservices with Kubernetes

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Breakside Brewery (NW Slabtown)

1570 NW 22nd Avenue · Portland, or

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(Breakside Brewery, Slabtown, Pendleton Room) Metered street & surface parking available nearby, or walkable from the Portland Streetcar.

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Join Google Cloud Premier Partner, Dev9 and their VP of Delivery / GCP Certified Architect , Mike Ensor, for a discussion and live demonstration on using Kubernetes to extract java microservices from monoliths. Learn about different technical approaches and the importance of bounded context in java microservices. Followed by a live demonstration of two primary extraction methods: Strangler Pattern and Service Extraction.

Key Takeaways:
-Importance of understanding bounded context in microservices
-Two demonstrable methods for microservice extraction
-Practical example of Kubernetes usage

RSVP: Attendance is limited to first 35 confirmed guests.

Mike Ensor - VP of Delivery / Google Certified Architect at Dev9,
Mike is a hands-on software architect with 24 years of experience in cloud architectures, custom application development, e-commerce,, distributed systems and big data implementations. Throughout his career he has continually pushed the use of test-driven development, the principles of continuous delivery and emphasized the merits of Agile-based development. Mike has co-presented with Google / K8 luminaries such as Kelsey Hightower, Alan Naim and Carter Morgan.