Fast-moving, agile organizations such as Netflix, Gilt and Untappd are embracing microservices as the new foundation for software development - a direct response to more costly and cumbersome monolithic approaches of the past.
A composable services architecture breaks application development into discrete, logical tasks that are better suited for handling event-driven workloads within distributed cloud environments. The microservices approach yields:
-Improved scalability through matching event loads to resource utilization
-Increased agility with more flexible computing environments
-Simplified migration from legacy architectures into more modern distributed infrastructures.
This session will review the best practices for developers who must address the challenges of deploying and managing service-driven architectures for IoT and stream-oriented workloads.
About the Speaker:
Chad Arimura is the CEO/Co-Founder of Iron.io. Chad is an expert developer and cloud architect with over 10 years experience leading technology teams in high-growth startups. He combines his development and engineering expertise with his product marketing and sales experience to drive the Iron.io team to build the world's best cloud infrastructure services.