Architectures You've Always Wondered about returns for QCon New York 2020. This landmark track looks at the next-gen architectures from the most admired companies in software. Our programming committee is currently inviting speakers for this track. To see some of the great talks from previous QCon New Yorks, see the talks below.  


Building a High-Performance Networking Protocol for Microservices

As more and more applications are distributed, latency is becoming a critical factor in delivering a good user experience. Techniques used in Fintech and Adtech – such as zero copy, flyweights, composite buffers, pooled memory, shared memory transport, direct memory in languages like Java...

Robert Roeser Co-Founder @netifi_inc
Arsalan Farooq CEO @Netifi
Connecting the Dots: Applying Microservices (Registration required)

There is limited seating, separate registration is required. Join some leading experts in microservices to share your challenges, hear from others who have similar challenges, and collaborate together on ways to take what you’ve learned at QCon back to work. The event is open to attendees...

Yuri Shkuro Creator of Jaeger & Software Engineer @Uber
Phil Calçado Director, Platform Engineering @Meetup
Susanne Kaiser Independent Tech Consultant
Ian Nowland VP Engineering Metrics and Alerting @datadoghq
Opportunities and Pitfalls of Event-Driven Utopia

Event-driven architectures are on the rise. They promise both better decoupling of components by using an event bus and improved scalability in terms of throughput. Decoupled modules help to scale your software development efforts itself. Event streaming promises to handle ever-growing amounts of...

Bernd Rücker Co-Founder and Chief Technologist @Camunda


Yuri Shkuro Creator of Jaeger & Software Engineer @Uber

Conquering Microservices Complexity @Uber With Distributed Tracing

What is the focus of your work today?

I mostly work on distributed tracing, in the larger scope of overall observability.

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Indu Alagarsamy Solution Architect @Particular Software

PracticalDDD: Bounded Contexts + Events => Microservices

What is the focus of your work today?

I'm currently working as a software architect at Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus. As an architect, I guide clients to help review their design or proof of concept to see how they can build loosely coupled systems using both event-driven architecture and domain-driven design (DDD).

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Registration is $2835.00 ($0 off) for the 3-day conference if you register before Dec 31st

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