[WSO2Con EU 2017] Resilience Patterns with Ballerina
By WSO2 Team
- 6 Nov, 2017
Today almost all systems are distributed and have complex interactions between each other to provide useful functionality. In a software system, resilience is the ability to recover to a working condition after being affected by a serious incident. Since failures in complex interconnected systems during production is not an uncommon thing when we design software you need to think about this aspect. Ballerina is a general purpose, concurrent programming language optimized for integration. It has inbuilt functionality to make programs resilient for network failures.
In this session we will cover
- What is resilience
- Reliability and resilience
- Resilience patterns
- Building resilience patterns with Ballerina
Isuru began as an intern at WSO2 in 2010, where he contributed towards the initial development of WSO2 Developer Studio and now is a part of the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus/Integration team. He is a committer and a PMC member for the Apache Synapse open source ESB project. He is a founding member of the Siddhi Complex Event Processing Engine which is now shipped with the WSO2 CEP server. Isuru has successfully completed a Google Summer of Code Program where he worked on a project under the Eclipse Foundation.