June 12, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 pm CDT
Our NServiceBus Webinar was a success! We’ll be posting followup insights soon. If you want to learn more from Jimmy, tune into the .NET Rocks podcast on Thursday, June 20 where he’ll talk about avoiding messaging pitfalls.
Getting on Board with NServiceBus
Microservices Messaging Made Easy
You’ve made the move from monolith to microservices, but now your microservices need to communicate and coordinate. Enter messaging.
Messaging is simple in theory, but can be difficult to apply in practice. It introduces asynchrony into the system, but you still need to make sure that your users get the immediate responses they expect. So how do we bridge that gap and provide a compelling, snappy user experience while being able to process requests offline? What happens if something goes wrong in that process?
In this webinar, our Chief Architect Jimmy Bogard will walk you through a real-world web application that provides a totally synchronous front-end experience while coordinating multiple microservices with asynchronous messaging. Using NServiceBus and RabbitMQ to demonstrate, you’ll get a step-by-step overview of the behind-the-scenes interactions and flows while learning about common messaging patterns like:
- One-way commands
- Process manager (sagas)
- Claim check
The takeaways can be applied to any type of system that accepts user requests on the front-end and runs background processes to fulfill them. So, join Jimmy as he dispels the negative connotations of asynchronous communication and shows you how to wield messaging tools to deliver the best possible experience.
Can’t make that timeslot? You don’t need to miss out — after the event, we’ll send a link to a recording of the webinar to anyone that registers.
Jimmy is a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD) and is an active member in the .NET community, serving as President of the Austin .NET User Group, leading multiple open source projects with millions of downloads worldwide, giving technical presentations, and facilitating technical book clubs. Jimmy is the author of the book ASP.NET MVC in Action, has received the “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional” (MVP) award for ASP.NET every year since 2009, and speaks regularly at international technology conferences.