Microservice Architecture on Azure

November 15, 2017

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  • November 15, 2017

  • 5:30 PM

  • SafeNet Consulting

    1036 West Juneau Avenue

    Milwaukee, WI 53233

    Suite 302

  • Cameron Vetter

  • SafeNet Consulting

Choosing a microservice architecture isn’t a silver bullet. With microservices you’ve exchanged the problems of monolithic applications for a new set of problems. One of the biggest problems is effective, concise communication between services without accidental coupling. In this talk I will show how a Service Bus can be used to solve this problem.

This talk will use Mass Transit, RabbitMQ, Azure Service Bus, and C# to cover:
• Service Bus Design Patterns
• Message Transports
• Why not REST?
• Eventual Consistency
• Scalability and Reliability

You’ll leave with an understanding of how to effectively use a Service Bus for Microservice communication to avoid tight coupling between services and see demos of these concepts.

About Cameron Vetter:
Software Development is my passion. I have over 15 years of experience using Microsoft tools to develop software. Currently I am a Senior Software Architect at Safenet Consulting, where I get to do what I love... Architect, Design, and Develop great software! I currently focus on Microservices, SOA, Azure, IOT, and HoloLens.

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