This training continues on Tuesday.
A laptop where you have admin rights to install software, and the ability to sync to Github to get the code and contribute changes. We will be making use of the Go language runtime (currently version 1.4.2). Windows, MacOSX and Linux are supported.
Adrian will run a two-day training class at OSCON. The class will go into depth on the business need for speed that leads to microservices, and the characteristics of existing microservice architectures. In addition there will be a hands-on exercise to model your existing architecture, a future state, and the step by step migration to get there.
The audience is developers, architects, technical leaders, operations engineers, and anybody interested in the design and architecture of services and components. As part of this training, attendees will be getting hands-on in simulating their own microservice architectures, using the open source spigo/simianviz tool. This will give them the ability to see some of the complexities of microservices in action, and plot their path from a monolithic architecture step by step.
All slides and code will be provided electronically to the attendees during the training. The spigo/simianviz tool is available on GitHub.
Attendance is limited to 35 participants.
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