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Presented by Kyle Davis
April 4, 2020
In this talk we’ll go over the different parts of the microservices architecture and how each piece has to work together. I’ll go over synchronous and asynchronous communication patterns, fault tolerant data patterns, service development and (at a high level) service deployment. I’ll illustrate these concepts visually with a microservices architecture-based example game designed to show how communication occurs between different services. Some services in the example application are implemented in PHP, and those will be highlighted in the session.
Kyle is a full-stack architect and Head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs. Kyle built his first major project in PHP in 2000 and has worked in several ecosystems since, yet always seems to come back to PHP every few years. Kyle is the author of Redis Microservices for Dummies (Wiley). Kyle holds a BS from University of Southern Indiana and a Masters of Science from the University of Central Missouri. He lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.