Marc DiPasquale

Developer Advocate @Solace

Marc is a Developer Advocate with extensive engineering experience in the public and private sector across multiple domains including healthcare, aviation and weather imagery processing. He has been using event-driven techniques and methodologies throughout his career and is excited by its elevation to the mainstream. Marc works with prospective and existing clients to enable the development of modern and reactive applications. 

Presentation

Be Real-Time: Develop and Manage your Event-Driven APIs

Most organizations are adopting an event-driven architecture (EDA) to compete in a world where customer satisfaction requires real-time outcomes. Join us for this hands-on workshop where we’ll build and expand your toolbox by learning how an Event Portal, paired with industry standard specifications and frameworks, enable a smooth journey to bring your EDA from initial architecture and design to code running in production while also setting your team up for success as the business needs, architecture and applications themselves are enhanced over time.

Attendees will participate in a step-by-step guided tutorial where they will extend an existing EDA and develop event-driven microservices.

Throughout this workshop we will get hands on and talk about:

PubSub+ Event Portal
• Architect, Design and extend an EDA which includes multiple Applications, Events and Schemas.
• Navigate the Event Catalog to find existing events and schemas
• Use Discovery capability to see what you have in runtime and audit for changes

AsyncAPI
• AsyncAPI is an open initiative for defining asynchronous APIs, providing a specification, and tooling such as code generation.
• Use the AsyncAPI Generator to generate skeleton code and object models for event-driven microservices
 

DATE

Friday Nov 13 / 12:00PM PST (2 hours )

LEVEL

Beginner

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3 weeks of live software engineering content designed around your schedule.

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