Stateful Microservices with Spring Cloud and Apache Ignite
In this session, Alexander begins with an overview of stateless microservices, touching on topics such as microservice architecture, pros and cons of using microservices under high load, and network latency. Then, Alexander moves into a more detailed discussion of topics related to stateless microservices, such as running the cache inside the application and using a smart-load balancer. Finally, Alexander presents a detailed analysis of stateful microservices—why, how, and when to use them. So, if you’re interested in learning about what stateful microservices can do for you and your applications and about how to use Spring Cloud and Apache Ignite to engage with microservices, join Alexander as he shares his Ignite, Spring, microservices expertise with you
For the last four years, I've been building microservice architecture and developing in Java/Spring. Currently, I'm a Team Lead in the Cloud/Tooling team, creating GridGain Control Center - a tool for monitoring and managing distributed databases Apache Ignite and GridGain.