Transactions for Microservices? Really?

At the upcoming JavaOne 2017which is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA during October 1-5, we will be hosting a session on transactions for microservices.

In this session, Mark Little and Tom Jenkinson will present the subject of “Transactions for Microservices? Really?”. We shall give an overview of the topic, including useful information on transaction models, which can be appropriate for use in microservice architectures. This will be followed by a live coding session where we build an application, which utilizes the Narayana Long Running Action framework.
During the session, attendees will be free to ask questions on the approach taken by the Narayana implementation; the theory behind transactions in microservice environments and/or structuring approaches for applications built using these frameworks.

We will meet Tuesday, October 3, 1:15 -> 2 pm: at Moscone West – Room 2024.

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