[WSO2Con EU 2017] Writing Microservices Using MSF4J
By WSO2 Team
- 8 Nov, 2017
Microservice architecture (MSA) is fast becoming a popular pattern in today's agile enterprises. Its iterative architectural approach and development methodologies are attracting the interest of architects and developers who need to ensure continuous, agile delivery and flexible deployment of complex, service-oriented applications. MSA serves as a way to develop a single application as a collection of independently scalable, deployable, and lightweight microservices.
With WSO2 Microservices Framework for Java (MSF4J), developers can rapidly develop and implement microservices in Java and leverage its technology in their architecture. In addition to being a developer-friendly programming model, some of WSO2 MSF4J’s key design goals include high performance, low latency, and low memory footprint.
In this session, we take a look at how MSF4J can be used to develop and deploy MSA solutions.
Afkham’s key role is to drive efforts focused on the development and enhancement of WSO2 middleware. He is an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation and a Project Management Committee member and a long-time committer for a number of projects. He specializes in distributed computing, highly available and scalable applications, Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition (J2EE) technologies, and service-oriented architecture.