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Node Microservices Using Hydra

Node Microservices Using Hydra

My talk at EmpireNode 2016

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Carlos Justiniano

November 07, 2016
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  1. Node Microservices Using Hydra

  2. Carlos Justiniano • Chief Architect at Flywheel Sports • Long

    standing interest in distributed computing • 2005 Guinness World Record involving Distributed Computation
 - worlds largest distributed chess computer
 - a network of 2,070 computers across 56 countries • @cjus on twitter and github
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  4. We will see demos

  5. We will see code

  6. …we might even see some working code!

  7. … but hopefully we'll have some fun along the way!

  8. Large applications power businesses

  9. Monolithic vs Microservice

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  13. “A process which is dedicated to doing a kind of

    thing really well” microservices?
  14. Separation anxieties

  15. No shortage of solutions, yay!?

  16. Our microservice goals • Small and highly maintainable 
 services

    • Reliable, Easy to build • Easy to deploy and scale
  17. Hydra A NodeJS light-weight microservices library built on Redis

  18. Hydra features • Automated health and presence • Automated service

    discovery • Inter-service (P2P) communication with support for socket messaging and RESTful interfaces • Built-in load balancing and routing • Self registration with near zero configuration • Built-in job queues • Built on Node using native ES6 • Great with Docker
  19. … and we organized it into a single, light-weight package

  20. It’s demo time y’all! “Finally! Some code”

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  24. We’re ready for another demo y’all!

  25. Hydra recap

  26. “You can’t get this in stores man!” – Emmanuel Goldstein

  27. Hydra is now an
 open source project! github.com/flywheelsports

  28. Contact Info: @cjus on github & twitter http://cjus.me