Is Event-Driven: A Viable Alternative for Troubled Microservices and Monoliths?


Best Practicies & Success Stories

Date and time

Tuesday, 17. October 2023., 09:00


Hall A



This talk will teach you how to build event-driven microservices using Java. We will cover all aspects, from conceptual design to implementation, so you can easily create and manage a microservices architecture.We will begin by demystifying the theoretical underpinnings of event-driven microservices, focusing on their communication mechanisms and asynchronous message exchange. Subsequently, we will dissect the data model components that power these services, specifically event journals and Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) views.Moving into the heart of our discourse, we'll explore real-world case studies, deconstructing their design architectures and studying their core Java code implementations. We will also impart strategies for overcoming common challenges in developing these services and successfully deploying and maintaining them in production environments.Learn about the advantages and trade-offs of utilizing pure event-driven microservices in their applications. The knowledge garnered in this talk will help you to efficiently design, develop, and deploy scalable and resilient microservice-based systems.If you're new to microservices or want to improve your knowledge, this session will give you a deeper understanding of how to excel in this rapidly developing ecosystem. You'll be able to explore the details of pure event-driven microservices with a Java focus.

Lecture details

Level of difficulty: General
Desirable listeners function: Software Developer or Architect
Group of activity: Best Practicies & Success Stories

About speaker


The conference is organized by the Croatian Association of Oracle users & Croatian Java Users Association. 

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