What Next After Microservices?


Duration: 50 mins
Bilgin Ibryam
Product Manager, ASF Member, Author & Speaker

Creating good distributed applications is not an easy task: such systems often follow the 12-factor app and microservices principles. They have to be stateless, scalable, configurable, independently released, containerized, automatable, and sometimes event-driven and serverless. Once created, they should be easy to upgrade and affordable to maintain in the long term. Finding a good balance among these competing requirements with today’s technology is still a difficult endeavor. During this talk, Bilgin will take you on a journey exploring distributed application needs and how they evolved with Kubernetes, Istio, Knative, Dapr, and other projects. By the end of the session, you will know what is coming after microservices

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