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Cloud-Native Microservices and Containers in the Middleware World

Cloud-Native Microservices and Containers in the Middleware World leveraging Docker, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry

Abstract: Microservices are the next step after SOA: Services implement a limited set of functions. Services are developed, deployed and scaled independently. Continuous Delivery automates deployments. This way you get shorter time to results and increased flexibility. Containers improve these even more offering a very lightweight and flexible deployment option. In the middleware world, you use concepts and tools such as an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), Complex Event Processing (CEP), Business Process Management (BPM) or API Gateways. Many people still think about complex, heavyweight central brokers. However, Microservices and containers are relevant not just for custom self-developed applications, but they are also a key requirement to make the middleware world more flexible, agile and automated. This session discusses best practices for creating a cloud-native Microservices architecture in the middleware world. A live demo shows how container solutions such as Docker, cloud platforms such as Cloud Foundry, cluster manager such as Kubernetes or Mesos, and different programming languages are used to implement, deploy and scale cloud-native “Middleware Microservices”. 

Speaker: Kai Wähner, Tech Evangelist at TIBCO Software

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  • Kai W.

    Here are my slides from JavaOne 2016 and a 20min video of the live demo. Content 95% identical to today's talk:

    5 · November 29

  • Khurram I.

    Thanks for a very power packed yet interesting talk.

    November 29

  • Maximilian S.

    Directions to Cisco:

    - From the train station "Wallisellen", head south into Richtistrasse.
    - After ~250m, you reach an area with 5 large office buildings (also Microsoft is in one of those).
    - The building where Cisco is, is the south-western one, with the entrance at the very end of this building
    - Enter the lobby and the elevator, then hit the button where it says "Cisco" in the elevator

    November 23

    • Kai W.

      Max, I am just checking the route from the airport: Is it correct that you can either use the train (train change necessary, e.g. S2 -> S14) or use Tram 12 directly from airport... Is this correct?

      November 29

    • Maximilian S.

      @Kai either way should be fine
      @Marcel there are a few parking spots on the street. Cisco also has guest parking, not sure if it's open for the public though

      November 29

  • Magnani

    Do you intend to record the meeting (Video or Audio)?

    We are discussing in the company i work if really we need an ESB and API Management or if only one API Management serves us.

    September 27

    • Maximilian S.

      Sorry, won't be recorded. Your question also sounds like it would benefit from a face2face discussion with other Meetup members.

      September 27

    • Sebastian S.

      Hi Magnani regarding ESB and API Management. I think we can find out from problem point of view what you need. I Can show you what ESB is designed for and you can decide if you need it or not. Maybe it fits in your case. You can contact me directly. Kind Regs, Sebastian Straube

      November 29

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