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Continuing our talks on microservices, Lenni Lobel will talk about how the Azure Cosmos DB change feed can help you when building event sourcing for microservices.
6:30PM - INTRODUCTION: Housekeeping, open mic and other community announcements & request.
7:00PM - MAIN PRESENTATION: The change feed in Azure Cosmos DB is one of the most overlooked features of Microsoft’s globally distributed, massively scalable, multi-model database service. Similar to the transaction log of a relational database, the change feed gives you a continuous record of changes as they occur. It therefore serves as an excellent event source for a wide range of cloud-based microservices. In this demo-filled session aimed at developers and data professionals alike, you’ll learn how to leverage the change feed and build event-driven microservices with Azure Functions to achieve replication, denormalization, notifications, materialized views, and data archival.
Leonard Lobel (Microsoft MVP, Data Platform) is the chief technology officer and co-founder of Sleek Technologies, Inc., a New York-based development shop with an early adopter philosophy toward new technologies.
Programming since 1979, Lenni specializes in Microsoft-based solutions, with experience that spans a variety of business domains, including publishing, financial, wholesale/retail, health care, and e-commerce. Lenni has served as chief architect and lead developer for various organizations, ranging from small shops to high-profile clients. He is also a consultant, trainer, and frequent speaker at local usergroup meetings, VSLive, SQL PASS, and other industry conferences. Lenni has also authored several MS Press books and Pluralsight courses on SQL Server programming