This is a modern application architecture workshop, focusing on advanced topics such as Cloud-Native, Reactive Microservices and APIs.
- Reactive Systems Are:
- Responsive all the time, even under peak load
- Resilient, gracefully handle failure and capable of self-healing
- Elastic, don't waste money on poorly utilized infrastructure
- Provide the foundation for agile software delivery and faster time to market
- Learn how to think outside the box
- Learn how the Reactive Architecture approach can help you design and build more responsive, cost effective, resilient and elastic systems faster.
- Learn more about distributed applications security
- Learn more about Cloud-Native applications
- Learn how APIs can help you build an ecosystem & gain digital advantage
- Architects, Software Developers & Engineers and Technical Managers are looking for a better approach to build responsive, resilient and elastic solutions.
Duration & Location
- One day only, we offer both private and classroom setup, please contact us for more info on the corporate booking.
- Prices depend on the session setup, we have two separate arrangements; on-site corporate coaching and public training.
- Mark has 20+ years experience in the Information Technology field, worked as a Developer, Solution Architect, Enterprise Architect and a CTO. Contributed and worked for leading Information Technology companies such as RedHat, VMware and Apigee -was acquired by Google-.
- He has a lengthy experience mentoring and coaching developers and architects. Contributed to the JBoss Quick Starts open source project. He was selected by APIWorld as guest speaker to cover Reactive Architecture topics in the Microservices track.
- Selected by DZone to co-author the Microservices Research Guide along with Lightbend, CA, Oracle, RedHat and MuleSoft authors.
- Technology blogger that covers Emerging Technologies and Reactive Architecture topics.
- Mr. Makary is now leading an Information Technology services company that is selected as a consulting partner by Lightbend, the Reactive Architecture open-source leader.