Preslav Le talks about how Dropbox’s infrastructure evolved over the years, how it looks today, as well the challenges and lessons learned on the way.
John Rizzo introduces Twitch's chat's architecture, telling how their engineers investigated and worked through the issues in what turned out to be a make-or-break situation for the company.
Mario Aquino demonstrates deploying services to the AWS Lambda platform, configuring these services, and interacting with them through logging and monitoring.
Matt Ranney talks about the limits that some companies have encountered in their large microservices deployments and some non-microservices approaches to those same problems.
Keith Adams tours Slack's infrastructure from clients into the Slack datacenter, and around the various services that provide real-time messaging, search, voice calls, and custom emoji.
Josh Evans talks about the chaotic and vibrant world of microservices at Netflix, exploring the cultural, architectural, and operational methods that lead to microservice mastery.
Neha Narkhede shares the experience at LinkedIn moving from ETL to real-time streams, the challenges of scaling Kafka to hundreds of billions of events/day, supporting thousands of engineers, etc.
Fabio Carvalho and Eduardo Solis from PayPal discuss adding Spring Boot to their RESTful Java framework providing a microservices architecture based on cloud, CI, Docker and embedded containers.
Noriaki Tatsumi discusses building a microservices architecture on Spring Cloud that's reliable, resilient, and scalable.
Dan Woods presents Ratpack and Spring Boot's complementary integrations, and demonstrates, through live coding, building a high performance microservice.
Alex Ley introduces Concourse, an open source pipeline based CI system that focuses on simplicity, usability and reproductibility, with isolated builds.
Ted Tollefson and Shawn Sherwood cover the steps needed to extend Initializr to accomplish easy microservice consumption.