Ignite for Complex Event Processing and Event-Driven Microservices
In 2017, Banco do Brasil began developing the omnichannel Horus platform and implemented a complex event processing (CEP) ecosystem based on Apache Ignite, JBoss Drools and other components. In this talk, Manoel Pereira de Lima Junior will review the history of the project, including building event-driven microservices and interface applications, to support monitoring, serving, and advertising for more than twenty-two million digital customers and visitors per month. The session will include a discussion of why Banco do Brasil adopted Apache Ignite as its base, the technologies required to support an omnichannel platform, and best practices.
Manoel Pereira de Lima Junior
At one of the largest financial institutions in Brazil, Manoel focuses on application architecture. Manoel has been with Banco do Brasil for more than 20 years and has worked on application development and architecture for transactional channels, integration middleware, and security of application and of infrastructure. Since 2018 designing, developing, and technically leading the teams responsible for building the digital service and marketing platform of Banco do Brasil called Horus, a Complex Event Processing ecosystem based on Apache Ignite and JBoss Drools integration and other technologies.