Microservices Tech Talk

Learn more about Service Mesh and reactive microservices in Java.

Microservices Tech Talk is a unique online event designed to provide Java Developers and DevOps Professionals with up-to-date information on microservices. The tech talk consists of 2 speeches and takes approximately 2 hours.

Topic 1

Service Mesh. What, Why and How? by Maxim Tereshin, Solution Architect at Provectus

According to The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s 2020 survey, 92% of respondents leverage containers in the production. 23% run more than 5000 containers. Of course that brings specific problems around security and services communications. During the first speech you will dive deeper into problems around microservices, Service Mesh as a solution and learn about its implementations.

Topic 2

Reactive Microservices in Java by Damir Abdullin, Software Engineer at Provectus

Nowadays “reactive” is a very popular term in the software engineering world. In this topic, we will discuss what it means and why we need it, compare reactive-based and servlet-based applications and learn how Spring ecosystem helps us smoothly integrate “reactive” to our applications.

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Microservices Tech Talk is a unique online event designed to provide Java Developers and DevOps Professionals with up-to-date information on microservices. The tech talk consists of 2 speeches and takes approximately 2 hours.

Topic 1

Service Mesh. What, Why and How? by Maxim Tereshin, Solution Architect at Provectus

According to The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s 2020 survey, 92% of respondents leverage containers in the production. 23% run more than 5000 containers. Of course that brings specific problems around security and services communications. During the first speech you will dive deeper into problems around microservices, Service Mesh as a solution and learn about its implementations.

Topic 2

Reactive Microservices in Java by Damir Abdullin, Software Engineer at Provectus

Nowadays “reactive” is a very popular term in the software engineering world. In this topic, we will discuss what it means and why we need it, compare reactive-based and servlet-based applications and learn how Spring ecosystem helps us smoothly integrate “reactive” to our applications.

Why Attend?

  • Learn whether you need Service Mesh in your applications and how to implement it easily and efficiently
  • Learn how Spring supports reactive approach
  • Explore best practices for using Service Mesh and Spring
  • Learn services which can simplify your work
  • Address your questions about Cloud Native architecture and “reactive” approach to experts from Provectus

Who Should Attend?

Java Developers, DevOps professionals, and other tech enthusiasts.

NOTE: Webinar will be conducted in English

Ready to explore the benefits of microservices ? The number of participants is limited. Reserve your seat now!

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