Originally posted by Bob Rhubart
It has been almost two and a half years since the ArchBeat podcast last visited the topic of microservices. In that time interest in microservices has increased considerably, generating an ocean of virtual ink and social chatter. In fact, microservices has been a prominent theme in the Oracle Code event series now touring the globe. The panel of experts assembled for this podcast is comprised of people who presented at recent Oracle Code events in New York and elsewhere.
The author of POJOs in Action: Developing Enterprise Applications with Lightweight Frameworks, (2006, Manning Publications), Chris runs the East Bay Java Users Group, is a JavaOne Rockstar speaker, and shares his expertise at conferences around the world. Chris's Oracle Code keynote is entitled “There is No Such Thing as a Microservice!”
A veteran in Java technology, Adam is the author of Real World Java EE Patterns—Rethinking Best Practices and Real World Java EE Night Hacks—Dissecting the Business Tier. Adam was awarded Top Java Ambassador honors in 2012, and also received recognition as a JavaOne RockStar in 2009, and again in 2011 through 2014. Adam's Oracle Code keynote session is “Enterprise Java DOT next: A Slideless Keynote.”
A full stack developer with expertise in cloud infrastructure, Karthik runs various devops conferences including AllDayDevops, Devopsdays and Container Days, as well as various meetups in Austin, Texas. Karthik presented his session “Containers and Microservices for Realists” at the Oracle Code event in New York City.
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