Research Gate, Invalidenstraße 115, 14Berlin
Please keep your RSVP up to date, free spots are always in demand!
On Wednesday the 16th May we are inviting all interested to join a talk about Microservices by Daniel Breitlauch from Research Gate.
We assemble at 18:30 pm and we start with a talk by Daniel Breitlauch on "Inter Service Communication Maximum throughput with acceptable response times". We start at 19:00 pm until 20:00 pm. Afterwards we are looking forward to discussions and socializing while enjoying food and cold beverages.
Most microservices face very different kinds of traffic. One is users facing real-time traffic that should be served with low latency. And the other is coming from results of offline analytical computations that have to be played back to the services with high throughput.
This bottleneck yields uncontrollable quality of service and bad performance for all clients.
This talk is about regaining control while maximizing throughput. We present a thin layer library that gives power to the service to control this bottleneck and get the best trade-off between latency and throughput.
Daniel Breitlauch is a senior software engineer at ResearchGate, where he is working on performance optimizations and site reliability across the whole platform. This includes diving into microservices to optimize them for performance, scalability and efficiency, as well as working on frameworks to improve their architecture. Furthermore he is working on self-regulating distributed systems that improve service failure resilience, which will be part of this talk.