Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 3rd and 4th 2015
I'm a developer, technical lead and development manager, interested in software design, architecture and continuous deployment. I'm passionate about building quality software and like to write and speak about technology when I can.
Northern Ireland native now happily based in San Francisco.
The microservice architectural style is an approach to developing an application as a suite of small services that each can be independently developed and deployed. In this talk, we will cover the pros and cons of microservices, including contrasting them with the more traditional 'monolithic' application.
We will also dive into the most common mechanism used to expose the functionality of a microservice. REST is an architecture style for building scalable web services. You've at least heard of it, you may have contributed to or even created 'RESTful' applications, but are you familiar with the basic constraints that make up REST? We'll cover the theory behind REST before diving into pragmatic implementation styles and better practices.