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Extracting Microservices with Kubernetes

  • Google, Abacus Room 651 North 34th Street Seattle, WA, 98103 United States (map)
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Join Dev9 VP of Delivery, Mike Ensor for a discussion on using Kubernetes to extract microservices from monoliths. Learn about different technical approaches and the importance of bounded context in microservices. Followed by a live demonstration of two primary extraction methods: Strangler Pattern and Service Extraction.

Light appetizers, beer, wine, and refreshments will be provided.

Key Takeaways

  • Importance of understanding bounded context in microservices
  • Two demonstrable methods for microservice extraction
  • Practical example of Kubernetes usage


4:30 - 5:00 PM Doors Open

5:00 - 6:00 PM Technical Discussion

  • Brief normalization on microservices
  • Description of Bounded Context (domain driven design)
  • Brief description of technical approach
  • Introduction to Strangler Pattern and live demonstration
  • Introduction to Service Extraction and live demonstration

6:00 - 6:30 PM Q&A


Mike Ensor - VP of Delivery at Dev9

Mike Ensor is a hands-on software architect with 23 years of experience in backend development, e-commerce, Cloud architectures, distributed systems and big data implementations. Throughout his career he has continually pushed the use of test-driven development and emphasized the merits of Agile-based development

Earlier Event: September 13
Post-Summit Pint