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Presentation: A Cell-Based Approach to Microservices Architecture

Track: Solutions Track I

Location: Churchill, G flr.

Duration: 11:50am - 12:40pm

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Abstract

The number of microservices running in enterprises is growing almost exponentially. As a result, service composition, governance, security, and observability are becoming a challenge to implement and incorporate. A “cell-based” architecture is an emerging approach that can be applied to current or desired development and technologies to address these issues. The architecture approach helps cloud-native dev teams become more efficient, act in a more self-organized manner, and speed overall release times.

 

In this talk, Paul will introduce a cell-based reference architecture, which is an API-centric approach to organising both the teams and the runtimes around microservices architectures. He will explain the role of APIs in the cell-based approach, as well as examine how real applications are built as cells. Paul will explore the metrics and approaches that can be used to measure the effectiveness of the architecture and explore how organisations can implement the cell approach.

Speaker: Paul Fremantle

Wrote an OAUTH client for MQTT, CTO, and member of Apache

Dr. Paul Fremantle is the CTO and co-founder of WSO2. Paul has a long history of working in open source and enterprise architecture. Paul was one of the first people to use the term “Cloud Native”. Recently Paul completed his PhD looking at how personal middleware can improve IoT security and privacy. Paul is a visiting lecturer at the University of Oxford. Paul has published over twenty peer reviewed articles, co-authored three books, and has authored two patents.

Dr. Paul Fremantle is the CTO and co-founder of WSO2. Paul has a long history of working in open source and enterprise architecture. Paul was one of the first people to use the term “Cloud Native”. Recently Paul completed his PhD looking at how personal middleware can improve IoT security and privacy. Paul is a visiting lecturer at the University of Oxford. Paul has published over twenty peer reviewed articles, co-authored three books, and has authored two patents.

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