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Enterprise integration patterns: A look back and their use in today’s serverless computing

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Wednesday, October 10 2018
16:35 - 17:25

Functions and the so-called serverless computing have freed developers from worrying about infrastructure, and even upper platform layers, as well as some steps in the software development lifecycle. But once you have functions deployed, how do they interact with each other? How does a message navigate between them? Maybe, just maybe, it’s time to look back again at EIPs – Enterprise Integration Patterns, and their use in this new way of deploying code to the Cloud. 

This talk will cover primarily the use of one of the key EIP frameworks — Apache Camel — and top patterns applicable to Serverless Computing using Functions services by Cloud vendors as part of the demonstrations.

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