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Developing Event-driven Microservices using Apache Pulsar - Part 1

Part 1 of a 3-part series,  this webinar explores how to use Apache Pulsar’s serverless computing framework, known as Pulsar Functions, for microservice development. Using a realistic example of a food delivery service, you will learn how to:

  • Develop microservices using Pulsar Functions
  • Define and use language-neutral schemas for inter-service communication
  • Deploy the microservices to Pulsar
  • Monitor the performance of the microservice and dynamically scale it based on data volumes

Instructors:

David Kjerrumgaard - David is a Developer Advocate for StreamNative with a focus on helping developers solve their streaming data challenges using Apache Pulsar. He has over 15 years of experience working with open source projects in the Big Data, Stream Processing, and Distributed Computing spaces. David is the author of the book Pulsar in Action.

Ioannis Polyzos  Ioannis is a Solutions Engineer at StreamNative with a focus on data intensive systems. He helps companies modernize their data systems by leveraging Big Data technologies. He is passionate about fast & scalable data pipelines, streaming data flows and Machine Learning systems.

David Kjerrumgaard
David is a Sales Engineer and former Developer Advocate for StreamNative with a focus on helping developers solve their streaming data challenges using Apache Pulsar. He has over 15 years of experience working with open source projects in the Big Data, Stream Processing, and Distributed Computing spaces. David is the author of the book Pulsar in Action.
Ioannis Polyzos
Ioannis is a Solutions Engineer at StreamNative with a focus on data intensive systems. He helps companies modernize their data systems by leveraging Big Data technologies. He is passionate about fast & scalable data pipelines, streaming data flows and Machine Learning systems.

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