Building Microservices with Apache Pulsar

  • Part One: Developing Event-Driven Microservices with Pulsar, Live Presentation September 9th, On-demand recording available here.
  • Part Two: Stateful Microservices, Live Presentation September 15th, On-demand recording available here.
  • Part Three: Streaming Analytics Using FlinkSQL, September 30th, 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET

Hosts: David Kjerrumgaard, Ioannis Polyzos, Addison Higham, and Tim Spann


This series is intended for Developers, Architects, and anyone curious to learn more about developing event-based microservices in a hands-on guided presentation, demo, and lab format. During this series, you will learn how to use the Apache Pulsar serverless computing framework for microservices development.

Today, microservices architecture is widely used in application modernization and development initiatives. Microservices helps to increase the velocity of new feature delivery and re-platforming legacy applications to cloud environments where they can easily scale to meet peak demand.

Microservices need a reliable way to communicate with one another in order to solve business problems, and this series will show you how Apache Pulsar provides the scalability, efficiency, and reliability that microservices require.

In Part Three: Streaming Analytics Using FlinkSQL, we will expand upon the food delivery service sample introduced during Parts One and Two.

Catch up by watching Part One: Developing Event-driven Microservices here, and Part Two: Stateful Microservices here.

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Meet the Speakers
Addison Higham
Chief Architect, StreamNative
Tim Spann
Developer Advocate, StreamNative
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