In this chat with Mike Amundsen of the API Academy―recorded at the API360 Microservices Summit in New York, June 2016―noted educator and inventor Mel Conway discusses his long career spent humanizing the craft of software development.
In this talk recorded at the API360 Microservices Summit in New York, June 2016, Jon Moore of Comcast examines techniques that can be used when dealing with partial system failures in a complex microservices environment.
This talk by Irakli Nadareishvili of ReferWell, recorded at the API360 Microservices Summit in New York, June 2016, examines some key areas that are critical but often overlooked when adopting microservices.
Ronnie Mitra’s talk from the API360 Summit in New York, June 2016 illustrates that the essence of microservice architecture is its ability to achieve delivery speed and system safety in harmony as implementations scale up.
Learn about the right and wrong ways for Web applications to handle errors All applications need to report and handle errors. Doing this on the Web requires dealing with both protocol-level and application-level information. This video shows both the “right” and the “wrong” way to handle errors on the Web.
In this presentation, recorded at APIdays Mediterranea, Mike Amundsen of the API Academy takes the audience on a journey that reminds us all of both the challenges and the wonder of computing in the information age and—in the end—encourages us all to embark on our own hero’s journey.
In this presentation, taken from the API Academy Microservices Bootcamp at CA World 2015, Ronnie Mitra discusses how to handle complexity and manage evolution in the context of Microservice architecture.
To enable app developers as a means of driving innovation in your business, you must provide more than just an API. Developers need context and support in order to ensure that using your API as the basis for an app will benefit them, you and end users alike. Watch this CA Technologies webinar featuring Matt McLarty of the API Academy and…
In this presentation, taken from the API Academy Microservices Bootcamp at CA World 2015, Matt McLarty defines Microservices through goals, principles, characteristics and dependencies.
In this presentation, taken from the API Academy Microservices Bootcamp at CA World 2015, Lou Powell of Vanick Digital provides practical lessons on how enterprises can leverage Microservices and APIs for digital success.