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Building High-Performance Stateful Microservices


(Presented by Hazelcast hosted by InfoQ)

One of the most promising application development trends right now is the microservices architecture. For applications that need to move into the cloud, respond to demands for more agile development models, and support a broader mix of clients including mobile and IoT, microservices can look like the panacea for your technical teams.

High performance in your microservices is often required, but not always easy to achieve. To get the most out of your microservices deployments, you need to make sure you have the right technologies in place.

In this on-demand webinar, we’ll show:

  • How data access challenges can limit the usefulness of microservices
  • How the integration of distributed in-memory data platforms can support the elasticity, statefulness, and performance of advanced microservices
  • Examples of microservices patterns using a popular open-source project

Format: Hazelcast presentation (35 mins), InfoQ-moderated Q&A (20 mins)


Presented By:

Mike Yawn
Mike Yawn
Senior Solution Architect

Mike Yawn is a Senior Solutions Architect with Hazelcast, the provider of the leading operational In-Memory Computing Platform.  In that role, he provides pre-sales consulting on Hazelcast IMDG, Hazelcast Jet, and Hazelcast Cloud solutions to commercial customers.  Prior to joining Hazelcast, Mike performed a number of consulting and R&D functions with HP, eBay, Oracle, and EMC, supporting customers in manufacturing, banking, healthcare, and other industries.