Cloud Native Data Integration

A session at NFJS Greater Wisconsin Software Symposium

Friday 11th March, 2016

10:45am to 12:15pm (CST)

In this session, we'll look at Spring Cloud Data Flow, a cloud native programming and operating model for composable data microservices on a structured platform.

Microservices are commonly thought of as small REST-based services that are assembled to form a larger, more complete application. In reality, however, REST is only the communication mechanism which is only a implementation detail and not intrinsic to the notion of microservices.

Meanwhile, data processing and integration between various components of an application and external services is a key factor of many applications. In cloud native applications, this kind of data flow and processing is still relevant. Spring Cloud Data Flow offers a solution for data processing and integration where each step in the flow is, in fact, a microservice…but not necessarily a REST service.

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Craig Walls

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Time 10:45am12:15pm CST

Date Fri 11th March 2016

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