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Wednesday, April 1 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Operating Akka Clusters using KUDO

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Akka based Cloud Native Applications

You can represent the state of thousands, if not millions of connected IOT devices, interrogate them, apply AI on the data they produce, and gain insight into how your world works. You can start small, and let your systems scale to the level you need to serve your customers and their data, and not worry about limitations of services, or data stores. KUDO simplifies development of Kubernetes operators, simplifies operations tasks, and speeds the time to value for stateful applications. Cloud Native applications are built as a composition of microservices that run in containers, which are orchestrated predominantly in Kubernetes. Each microservice runs as a collection of containers. As the processing load on a given microservice goes up and down, the Kubernetes container orchestration makes it easy to scale resources up or down. It will increase or decrease the number of running microservice container instances.

A typical pattern used is each microservice container runs independently, and each container instance is unaware of any other instances. As a result, concurrency is handled at the persistence layer, by the underlying databases used by the microservices. Some form of locking is used to handle concurrency, such as when two or more requests for the same data occur concurrently in multiple microservice container instances.

This processing pattern is commonly known as stateless microservices. Requests to a stateless microservice trigger a process to retrieve state from a database. The state is modified, then the altered state is pushed back to the database. The microservice resets and is ready for another request.

See : https://d2iq.com/blog/operating-akka-clusters-using-kudo for full blog that will drive preso

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Hugh McKee

Developer Advocate, Lightbend
Hugh McKee is a developer advocate at Lightbend. He has had a long career building applications that evolved slowly, that inefficiently utilized their infrastructure, and were brittle and prone to failure. That all changed when he started building reactive, asynchronous, actor-based... Read More →
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Michael Beisiegel

Principal Partner Solutions Architect, D2iQ

Wednesday April 1, 2020 4:00pm - 4:45pm CEST
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