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Agile Architecture: Azure Microservices

As businesses increasingly look to leverage products and services that transmit data 24/7/365, traditional application architectures are proving unable to respond to these demands in a cost effective manner. In this talk we will look at the challenges around handling an ever increasing, always-on data flow, and how leveraging a microservices architecture can manage these challenges in a cost-effective manner. We will consider the trade-offs between SQL and No-SQL data storage, the benefits of using a service bus for inter-service communication and the challenges around designing and implementing microservices. This talk is based on a real implementation using Microsoft Azure, C# and AMQP’s MassTransit/RabbitMQ service bus, but will focus primarily on design and architecture and is therefore widely applicable beyond this specific tech stack.

Todd Pendland:

After spending way too much time in school studying political philosophy, I taught myself programming and got into software development. I've been a professional developer for the last 20 years, with the last 10 of it as a consultant. My passion and primary focus is on distributed development and the cloud. In my spare time, I like to play board games, computer games, read and listen to music. I live in Wauwatosa with my wife, daughter, and whoodle.

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  • Thomas U.

    Hi - I'm Tom. I'm a recent CSM, served on an Agile/Scrum team as developer, and been in a servant-leader role for 10+ years. Looking forward to landing a CSM role, and excited to meet you all, connect, and learn.

    August 31

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