THIS WORKSHOP HAS PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE LISTED BELOW
In this dense, technically packed tutorial Michael ‘Monty’ Montgomery will show the essential aspects of building robust, maintainable and extensible service-oriented systems using the latest techniques in the emerging field of microservices. These techniques will allow you to shrink your definition of a service to better encapsulate system capabilities, enable flexible composition of system components, promote reuse, reduce cost of ownership and improve overall system extensibility. In pursuit of these goals we will explore the critical design decisions that will help you bring effective microservice systems to life while solving some of the fundamental problems inherent with microservice based architectures.
The tutorial will walk through numerous code examples and live demos to highlight the central concepts involved, revealing why technologies like WCF are the best choice for implementing microservices. And to further aide you in your quest of building maintainable service-oriented systems, Monty will unveil his novel, convention-based approach to WCF that will help you ease your day-to-day experience building, consuming and testing services. You can certainly take these concepts and apply them to other connectivity stacks or platforms to create a consistent programming model across your entire distributed ecosystem. Along the way Monty will reflect on the emerging industry-wide inflection point that he believes is the driving force behind the microservice movement.
PREREQUISITES FOR ATTENDEES
# Exposure to service orientation
# Basic knowledge of WCF or similar connectivity stack
# Basic awareness of other connectivity technologies
Michael ‘Monty’ Montgomery is a master software architect with IDesign. Monty specializes in .NET distributed system design and state-of-the-art service-oriented techniques. Monty has mentored many around the world to master IDesign’s original methodologies to successfully deliver innovative distributed systems on-time, on-budget and on-quality. Monty conducts IDesign’s unique Architecture Clinic, an intense, hands-on system design and career invigorating experience. Monty has published many articles on architecture always sharing his unique ‘From the Field’ perspective. Monty speaks regularly at .NET and industry related events.
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