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Thursday, February 27 • 3:40pm - 4:30pm
Building robust and scalable event-driven microservices in the Oracle database

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We see a proliferation of data streams being generated by applications, devices, web, processes, etc. which need to be processed, stored, analyzed securely and at scale. There are many technologies to address these event streams, but the key is to recognize that event-driven action is the end goal of these event streams. Once can think of event-driven workflows in ERP, CRM, HCM that have event flows, traditionally using JMS messaging or streaming news, sensor data, social media posts to a varied set of subscribers with Apache Kafka.

Often there are tough architecture choices for setting up the infrastructure, operating it, tuning it, upgrading it, scaling it. In this talk we present the simplicity of setting up Transactional Event Queues in the Oracle database which brings the best of JMS messaging and Kafka produce/consume with transactions that combine data and events delivered with notifications, ideal to build scalable microservices with a multi-model, multi-tenant architecture

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Sanjay Goil

VP Product Management, Oracle Corp
Sanjay Goil leads product management in the Oracle database team for Messaging, Event streams, and Microservices to helps developers build  event driven action applications with the converged, multi-tenant database.Prior to Oracle, Sanjay has led product management in AI/ML at HP... Read More →

Thursday February 27, 2020 3:40pm - 4:30pm PST
Bldg 23- Rm 1730 .