Rajini Sivaram talks about Kafka and reactive streams and then explores the development of a reactive streams interface for Kafka and the use of this interface for building robust applications.
Fred Melo introduces Spring Cloud Stream from a Data Microservices perspective.
Vinicius Carvalho talks about the role of a centralized Schema repository, and how can we work with different data models and protocols to achieve schema evolution.
Michael Minella and Glenn Renfro introduce Spring Cloud Task providing capabilities for building short lived, cloud-native microservices, as well as look at example applications.
Marcin Grzejszczak shows how to use the Spring Cloud Contract Verifier to stub HTTP / Messaging collaborators, faking microservices with stubs that were tested against their producer.
Sharma Podila reviews the state of containers usage in Netflix, discussing projects Titus and Mantis, AWS integration, and using Fenzo to run an elastic infrastructure for a varied mix of workloads.
Jie Yu discusses how containers are managed in Mesos, the future of container support in Mesos, and shows some of the new container networking and storage features.
Matthew Mark Miller discusses Kubernetes’ primitives and microservices patterns on top of them, including rolling deployments, stateful services and adding behaviors via sidecars.
Chase Aucoin explains using Microsoft Service Fabric to create microservices, demoing how to migrate existing services to Service Fabric.
Kevin Hoffmann and Chris Umbel discuss building .NET microservices and deploying them to the Spring Cloud.
Tomas Lin discusses Spinnaker and SpEL, an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform that is used by over 90% of cloud deployments at Netflix.
Chris Richardson describes how to use aggregates to design modular business logic that can be partitioned into microservices.