CONFIRMED | April 10th-12th, 2019: Designing Microservices with Sam Newman (3 day)

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CONFIRMED | April 10th-12th, 2019: Designing Microservices with Sam Newman (3 day)

Price:

€ 1,799.00

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Description

Why should you attend?

Because it is focused on outcomes. We explore the pitfalls and downsides of implementing the architecture, as well as how to mitigate problems. For example: how to effectively deal with distributed transactions and the implications of CAP theorem.

You will discover whether microservices are right for you, as microservices are not a universal solution to all problems. Then you are given concrete tools to implement the migration to a microservices based architecture in an incremental fashion, all while continuing to ship new features.

Ultimately, you will walk away knowing whether microservices are the right choice for your business, and if they are, then you will have a clear idea of how to make it happen. 

 

Designing Microservices at a glance

Gain practical tools and advice for incrementally migrating to microservices architecture without having to stop any features

Turn theory into practice with Sam Newman, the author of Building Microservices.

Price:

€1799 excl. VAT   

Duration:

3 days, 09:00-17:00

Delivery:

Classroom

Course delivered in English by Sam Newman

Interesting for:

 

People who are facing challenges around distributed systems, and thinking about migrating from an existing monolith to microservice architecture

 

About the trainer Sam Newman

Sam is interested in technology at the intersection of things, from development, to ops, to security, usability and organisations. After over a decade at ThoughtWorks he is now an independent consultant. Sam is the author of "Building Microservices" from O'Reilly. He has worked with a variety of companies in multiple domains around the world, often with one foot in the developer world, and another in the IT operations space. If you asked him what he does, he’d say ‘I work with people to build better software systems’. He has written articles, presented at conferences, and sporadically commits to open source projects. While Java used to be his bread and butter, he also spends time with Ruby, Python, Javascript, and Clojure, Infrastructure Automation and Cloud systems.

You can find Sam on Twitter @samnewman or on Linkedin.  

 

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