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Building Event-Driven Microservices: Leveraging Organizational Data at Scale Paperback – 17 July 2020

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  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 275 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1492057894
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1492057895
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About the Author

Adam Bellemare is a Staff Engineer, Data Platform at Flipp. He's held this position since 2017. He joined Flipp in 2014 as a senior developer at Flipp. Prior to that, he held positions in embedded software development and quality assurance. His expertise includes: Devops (Kafka, Spark, Mesos, Zookeeper Clusters. Programmatic Building, scaling, destroying); Technical Leadership (Bringing Avro formatting to our data end-to-end, championing Kafka as the event-driven microservice bus, prototyping JRuby, Scala and Java Kafka clients and focusing on removing technical impediments to allow for product delivery); Software Development (Building microservices in Java and Scala using Spark and Kafka libraries); and Data Engineering (Reshaping the way that behavioral data is collected from user devices and shared with our Machine Learning, Billing and Analytics teams).

The tools that we use shape and influence our inventions significantly. Event-driven microservice architectures are made possible by a whole host of technologies that have only recently become readily accessible. Distributed, fault-tolerant, high-capacity, and high-speed event brokers underpin the architectures and design patterns in this book. These technological solutions are based on the convergence of big data with the need for near-real-time event processing. Microservices are facilitated by the ease of containerization and the requisitioning of compute resources, allowing for simplified hosting, scaling, and management of hundreds of thousands of microservices.

The technologies that support event-driven microservices have a significant impact on how we think about and solve problems, as well as on how our businesses and organizations are structured. Event-driven microservices change how a business works, how problems can be solved, and how teams, people, and business units communicate. These tools give you a truly new way of doing things that has not been possible until only recently.

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