Techniques for Successfully Moving to Microservices Architecture
Date: This event took place live on September 29 2016
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Because they promise to provide high scalability and availability, microservices are gaining ground in high-throughput Java applications. However, design patterns that worked well in a monolithic application rarely work well in the microservices world. The design patterns you choose for your microservices-based applications play a significant role in their performance.
In this webcast, you'll get a deeper look at 3 anti-patterns in microservices architecture that may cause significant performance impacts on your applications. You'll learn tips for avoiding these anti-patterns, so you can create effective and efficient conversions.
Asad Ali and Reinhard Pilz, from Dynatrace, will use Spring Boot applications built on a microservices architecture to showcase these anti-patterns and successful techniques for avoiding them, such as:
About Asad Ali, Product Specialist at Dynatrace
Asad is a technical product evangelist with over 15 years of experience in object-oriented programming, databases, and scripting languages. His vast expertise includes application performance for Java, .NET, containers, and mobile applications. Asad leads a team of technical resources for the Dynatrace application monitoring product. His mission is to extend and enhance Dynatrace application monitoring capabilities to encourage adoption of the product in large-scale deployments.
About Reinhard Pilz, Product Specialist at Dynatrace
Reinhard has over 15 years of experience as full-stack developer in the field of web and APM engineering. In his role as a Product Specialist, he is regularly involved in deep dive analysis of application architecture and performance issues. His expertise includes application performance for Java, .NET, and mobile applications.