Open Banking & Event-driven Microservices using Apache Kafka – Auckland – 13 March 2019

What

Details
Event driven architecture in microservices and Open Banking driving APIs and microservices.

Agenda

Meet and greet

Talk 1: What Open Banking is driving with APIs and Microservices
Damian Harvey – Partner at Deloitte NZ https://www.linkedin.com/in/damianharvey

Damian presents on why Open Banking is fuelling the move towards APIs and Microservices in Banking, and what the future may look like in an Open Banking world.

Refreshments!
(Caviar and pickled fish canap├ęs or pizza and beer … still deciding)

Talk 2: Event-driven Microservices using Apache Kafka
Andrew Schofield – Chief Architect, Event Streams at IBM
https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewjschofield/

Microservices usually communicate synchronously, often using REST APIs. There is an alternative way using events. By adopting an event-based approach for intercommunication between microservices, the microservices applications are naturally responsive (event-driven). This approach enhances the loose coupling nature of microservices because it decouples producers and consumers.

When and Where

Wednesday 13 March 2019
5:30pm to 7:30pm

Amazon Web Services
Level 1
139 Pakenham St West
Wynyard Quarter
Auckland

How Much

Free

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Open Banking & Event-driven Microservices using Apache Kafka
Auckland API and Microservices Meetup