You want to transition an application to a microservices architecture, but how do you tie it all together for the final end user? This is the microservices last mile challenge- delivering services to the end-user for a unified and seamless experience. And it’s what matters most.
See Jimmy Bogard, Headspring’s Chief Architect, give a talk at NDC Oslo on the role of UI in a microservices architecture, in the presentation “Compositional UIs – the Microservices Last Mile.”
Here’s a recap of topics:
- Strategy: Common reasons why we need to build composite applications
- Approach: Compositional techniques for microservice-based user interfaces
- Choosing a framework: Front-end, back-end, and data tier compositional patterns
- Results: Benefits and pitfalls of each approach