[WSO2Con EU 2018] Adaptive and Iterative Integration for Microservices and Cloud Native Architectures

  • By WSO2 Team
  • 8 Nov, 2018

Adaptive and Iterative Integration for Microservices and Cloud Native Architectures

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Adaptive and Iterative Integration for Microservices and Cloud Native Architectures

Kasun Indrasiri Director - Integration Architecture, WSO2
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Microservices architecture fosters building a software application as a suite of independent and autonomous services. Therefore any real-world application of microservices requires the integration or composition of multiple microservices. With the proliferation of fine-grained services, integrating microservices and building inter-service communication have become one of the most challenging tasks when implementing microservices architecture. Unlike conventional centralized ESB based integration, microservices are integrated based on the smart-endpoints terminology, where all the smarts live at the endpoints while they are interconnected via a dumb messaging infrastructure. However, most brown-field enterprises need to have an adaptive and iterative integration strategy when catering to their integration needs. Kasun will discuss the following during this session:

  • Conventional centralized integration
  • Role of integration in microservices
  • Microservice integration patterns
  • Hybrid architecture with centralized vs. decentralized integration for brownfield enterprises

Presenter

Kasun Indrasiri Director - Integration Architecture, WSO2

Kasun Indrasiri is the director of Integration Architecture at WSO2 and an architect with over nine years of experience in Enterprise Integration and Microservice. He is an author and an evangelist on Microservices Architecture. He has authored 'Microservices for Enterprise' (Apress: 2018 Q4) and 'Beginning WSO2 ESB' (Apress – Released in 2017) books. He was also an architect and the product lead of WSO2 ESB and committer/PMC member of the Apache Software Foundation. He has founded the “Silicon Valley Microservice, APIs and Integration" Meetup, a vendor-neutral microservices meetup in San Francisco Bay area.