Benjamin Hindman discusses Apache Mesos, focusing on the Mesos API and how the primitives provided by Mesos can make it easier to build new stateful services and frameworks.
Eberhard Wolff discusses the benefits of microservices and some of the advantages of creating smaller services instead of larger ones.
Ian Craggs discusses MQTT-SN and the tools for using it in the Eclipse Paho and Mosquitto projects.
Troy Hunt explain how to discover the vulnerabilities of one’s own APIs, identifying common security anti-patterns.
Annalisa Sarasini talks about how industry standards, open source, HTML5 and hosted services are today leveraged by leading buy and sell side firms when implementing single and cross asset solutions.
Niklas Gustavsson presents Spotify's 2-layer services, and how the UNIX philosophy of composing components that does a single thing well works on a greater scale.
Yoni Goldberg discusses the many advantages that microservices can offer or has offered to the Gilt engineering team, as well as the challenges and how Gilt’s engineers solved these challenges.
Ondrej Krajicek discusses how basic techniques - SOLID principles, Design by Contract - and certain metrics can be used in architecting microservices, and the benefits resulting from using them.
Maximilian Koegel introduces declarative UI modeling, the EMF Forms framework and its tooling to create view models, sharing from his experience applying the concept to commercial projects.
Olaf Weinmann, Alexander Edelmann introduce the Vorto project, an approach to leverage the standardization of Information Models, providing a few examples for code generators.
Scott Shaw, James Gregory describe the benefits of a polyglot approach to building enterprise software, showing how diversity can shorten feedback cycles and expose hidden business model assumptions.
Randy Shoup discusses modern service architectures at scale, using specific examples from both Google and eBay. He covers some interesting lessons learned in building and operating these sites.