Messaging has been around forever, and many Libraries, Frameworks and Design Patterns have emerged to solve different problems. Microservices are new trending topic and they are facing new problems. How can we solve them? Which Library should we use to integrate these new Systems? How can we make an abstraction to create fluent Streaming Messaging services that can help to solve these new problems? In this session you will learn how create highly scalable event-driven microservices for system integrations.
Over 20 years of IT experience, during which he has developed programs for companies in multiple vertical industries, such as: government, retail, healthcare, education and banking. He has developed Accounting and Administration enterprise systems, device driver construction, development of educational software, antivirus modules, batch processing for legacy system using new technologies, among others. He has extensive experience developing software, using technologies such as Java (J2EE, Groovy, Grails, Hibernate, Spring Framework), C++, .NET Framework (C#, VB .NET, ASP .NET), Delphi, Unix, Linux, Web Services, and PHP. Methodologies used RUP, Agile (Extreme Programming, Crystal, and SCRUM), and Emerging Technologies such as: Adobe Flex, iOS and Android.
Currently working for Pivotal as Sr. Platform Architect / Solutions Architect
Book Author (Apress Publishing)
Dan Buchko is an experienced Platform Architect currently working for Pivotal Software, with more than 25 years of industry experience. He has worked on the design and integration of large enterprise class, real-time distributed systems leveraging messaging and caching technologies. In his current role, Dan assists customers with applying cloud-native principles to modernize their applications to run on Pivotal Cloud Foundry.