LiveCast: Strategies For Microservices Architectures

MAY 2nd | 2018



What are the strategies for nailing microservice execution? In this hourlong LiveCast we feature lightning talks that dive into creating flexible, robust APIs that mimic microservices contracts. We'll also explore case studies in microservices adoption to provide real-world insights.
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    For our third LiveCast on May 2nd, Nordic APIs will ignite discussion with key community members from Cloud Elements and RingCentral on how to architect seamless microservices.

    Most architects realize the power of API-driven microservices and the stagnancy of monolithic platform structure. Yet, what are the strategies for nailing microservice execution? In this hourlong LiveCast we discuss how to create flexible, robust APIs that mimic microservices contracts. We’ll also explore case studies in microservices adoption to provide real-world insights.

    As per our typical LiveCast format, Bill Doerrfeld will introduce the topic, citing Nordic APIs articles that offer additional insights. After which, guest speakers will provide lightning talks on niche topics. These will be followed by 5 minute Q&A sessions, in which we converse with our community in realtime.

    So save the date and bookmark this YouTube page. We’ll see you there on May 2nd at 8:00 PST / 17:00 CET!

    The LiveCast is open to anyone, but if you want to ask questions or leave comments you need to create a YouTube account. It’s super easy though, especially if you already have a gmail account. Just click “create channel”, and you’re done! No configuration needed.

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    - The LiveCast is open to anyone, but if you want to ask questions or leave comments you need to create a YouTube account. It's super easy though, just click "create channel", and you're done!