Luis Weir is a Director of Software Development at Oracle and a former Chief Architect at Capgemini, Oracle Ace Director and Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador. An API management and microservices evangelist, Luis has over 17 years of experience implementing complex distributed systems around the world.
Co-author of 3 other books as well as numerous articles and white papers, Luis has been a frequent speaker frequent speaker at known events such as CodeOne, Devoxx, Gartner AAD&I, Oracle OpenWorld, Java2Days and many user groups and meetups.
Luis holds an MS in Corporate Networks and Systems Integration from the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (UPV) and a BS in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Nueva Esparta.
Event-driven API strategies: from WebHooks to GraphQL Subscriptions
This talk explores different strategies to get around common constraints imposed by synchronous (request/response) APIs when it comes to supporting asynchronous and event-driven communication between server and clients thus avoiding inefficient and infective API pooling techniques.
Through a comprehensive architectural overview and a series of hands-on demonstrations, this presentation will illustrate how different asynchronous API strategies such as the above mentioned can be applied in order to deliver event-driven architectures in the web.