Building Composable Services*
Composable services and tools have been a hot topic lately. Learn why microservices can help bring your ideas to life faster while being more reliable and resilient. We'll show what frameworks and techniques you can use to build composable services and infrastructure, and help you avoid some of the common pitfalls.
This talk covers the major points of why microservices are becoming an increasingly powerful trend and how to get starting both as a builder and as a consumer of services.
- Defining composability
- Availability and scaling
- Frameworks and databases
- Service discovery
- Deployment and operability
- Immutable applications
- Cascade failures and visibility
microservices, api, Docker
I've got the last year or so of my talks up at https://coderanger.net/talks/ with slides and video when available. I'm a frequent speaker at PyCon as well at local meetups in San Francisco. I gave a shorter version of this talk at the Cloud Identity Summit, you can find the slides at https://coderanger.net/talks/composable-services/ (there is no video that I'm aware of).
Noah Kantrowitz is a web developer turned infrastructure automation enthusiast, and all around engineering rabble-rouser. By day he builds tools and teaches, and by night he leads the Python Software Foundation infrastructure team. He is an active member of the Chef community, and enjoys merge commits, cat pictures, and beards.
- Title: How the Internet Works
- Track: Chemistry
- Room: B201
- Time: 2:30 – 3:15pm
The Internet runs the world; it connects our devices, powers our businesses, and even talks to our thermostats. But how does it all happen? We will follow an adventurous young web browser from the moment a hapless user presses “enter” and witness the trials and tribulations of many packets. Ride alongside the most fearsome syscalls as we learn how the Internet works!
- Speakers: Noah Kantrowitz