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  1. Episode 351 – Bernd Rücker on Orchestrating Microservices with Workflow Management : Software Engineering Radio

    Episode 351 – Bernd Rücker on Orchestrating Microservices with Workflow Management

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    on January 11, 2019

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    Bernd Rücker, who has contributed to multiple open source workflow management projects, discusses orchestrating microservices with workflow management.  As distributed systems evolve into a family of microservices that must handle long-running stateful processes with time-dependent actions, events, multiple paths through the system, and complex rollbacks, the workflow management model provides a way to ensure clear modeling, correctness, and separation of concerns.   Rücker recommends a federated model in which each microservice is paired with its own workflow to handle retries and other policies and failure modes around that service.  Robert Blumen spoke with Rücker about microservice architecture, event-driven systems, long-running stateful processes versus synchronous request/response, event handling, time-outs, and handling exceptional conditions with compensating transactions. Rücker compares the choreography versus orchestration models for collaboration and discusses why orchestration provides a better separation of concerns.  The discussion delves into the implementation of workflow management systems including persistence, scaling, event handling, timers and scheduling, and similarities to CQRS.  The discussion wraps up with monitoring and visualization.

    Related Links

    Bernd Rücker blog

    @berndruecker

    https://camunda.com/

    Zeebe Workflow Engine for Microservices Orchestration

    Real-Life BPMN: With introductions to CMMN and DMN, by Jakob Freund and Bernd Rücker

    “3 Common Pitfalls of Microservices Integration—and How to Avoid Them,” by Bernd Rücker

    “Architecture Options to Run a Workflow Engine,” by Bernd Rücker

    “Events, Flows, and Long-Running Services: A Modern Approach to Workflow Automation,” by Martin Schimak and Bernd Rücker

    “Break Your Event Chains,” Slideshare by Martin Schimak and Bernd Rücker

    “How We Built a Highly Scalable Distributed State Machine”

    “Know the Flow! Microservices and Event Choreographies,” by Martin Schimak and Bernd Rücker

    “Events, Flows, and Long-Running Services: A Modern Approach to Workflow Automation,” by Martin Schimak and Bernd Rücker

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    http://www.se-radio.net/2019/01/episode-351-bernd-rucker-on-orchestrating-microservices-with-workflow-management/

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  2. An Interview with Brent and Bryce Salmi | The Amp Hour Electronics Podcast

    Brent and Bryce Salmi are avionic electronics engineers who recently completed a 5 year tenure at SpaceX. They talk to Chris about designing for extreme reliability and creating open source digital radios.

    https://theamphour.com/401-an-interview-with-brent-and-bryce-salmi/

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  4. Show 381: Inside The Pros & Cons Of 802.11ax - Packet Pushers -

    The 802.11ax standard promises a host of improvements for wireless networks, including greater efficiency, but don’t start your upgrade just yet.

    http://packetpushers.net/podcast/podcasts/show-381-inside-pros-cons-802-11ax/

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  5. Engineering Leadership Principals with Oren Ellenbogen - Simple Leadership

    Oren Ellenbogen talks about software engineering leadership principals, his book "Leading Snowflakes" and "The Software Lead Weekly," a weekly email reading list

    http://simpleleadership.io/engineering-leadership-principals-with-oren-ellenbogen/

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  6. 624: Private Geography

    What Betsy DeVos’s experience in a public school in her hometown can tell us about her vision for education in this country.

    https://m.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/624/private-geography

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  7. 623: We Are in the Future

    Afrofuturism is a way of looking at black culture that’s fantastic, creative, and oddly hopeful.

    https://m.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/623/we-are-in-the-future

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  8. 195: A Bunch of Sputniks — Embedded

    We discussed CubeSats with their co-inventor, Professor Jordi Puig-Suari, Professor of Aerospace Engineering at CalPoly SLO and co-founder of Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems.The 2017 CubeSat conference is in San Luis Obispo, CA on April 26-28. More details at CubeSat.org.Information about CubeSats at CalPoly SLO can be found at PolySat.org.Tyvak is hiring for a number of different positions: tyvak.com/careers.For more satellite goodness, we spoke with Patrick Yeon of Planet about their CubeSat-based platform and deployment mechanism in Embedded episode 153: Space Nerf Gun.Stuart McAndrew’s OzQube-1 is the listener whose PocketQube (not CubeSat!) we talked about: http://OzQu.beThank you to Embedded Patreon supporters for Jordi’s microphone! 

    http://embedded.fm/episodes/195

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  9. Fits + Starts: 18: Eventually it sucks less (with Merlin Mann)

    Merlin stops by to talk about finding a job that fits you, prototyping your future, and manufacturing care. Then we have a lot of rapid fire questions for him.

    http://fitsandstarts.fm/eventually-it-sucks-less

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  10. The Incomparable | What Would Pop Do? (Episode 355)

    We take a deep dive into Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather Part II”, which is really two movies in one. Robert De Niro stars as young Vito Corleone, who comes to America and learns how to become The Godfather. And Al Pacino stars as Michael Corleone, trying to live up to the standard set by his father in the first film. In this episode we talk about its overarching themes, the two-timeframe approach, and the first portion of the film itself, including a visit to pre-revolution Cuba and Lee Strasberg as a grumpy old man who really wants you to look at his cake.

    [Part one of two.]

    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/355/

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