, 2021 ·

Workshops

Developing Asynchronous APIs for the Event-Driven World Using Spring Cloud Stream, AsyncAPI, and an Event Mesh

Are you passionate about building modern, real-time applications? Is your organization adopting an event-driven architecture (EDA) to compete in our event-driven world? Build and expand your developer toolbox by learning how to define asynchronous APIs, implement them using Spring Cloud Stream microservices, and globally distribute them across multi-cloud and on-premises environments using an event mesh.

Spring Cloud Stream is a framework for building highly scalable, event-driven microservices connected with shared messaging systems. AsyncAPI is the industry standard for defining asynchronous APIs, providing a specification and tooling such as code generation. An event mesh is a configurable and dynamic infrastructure layer for distributing events among decoupled applications, cloud services, and devices.

In this hands-on workshop, attendees will be guided through a step-by-step tutorial where they’ll do the following:

  • Learn how to define asynchronous APIs.
  • Use the AsyncAPI Generator template for Spring Cloud Stream.
  • Develop event-driven microservices using Spring Cloud Stream and Java.
  • Connect your microservices to an event mesh made of PubSub+ Event Brokers and stream events across the globe!


Prerequisites

  • Intermediate level of knowledge coding with Java

Requirements


Instructors

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