NSBCon

NSBCon 2014 - The "All About NServiceBus" conference

See leading experts share their NServiceBus war stories and teach what they know about distributed system development

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NSBCon NYC 2014 - All about NServiceBus

  • Udi Dahan

    NserviceBus: Past, Present and Future

    Udi Dahan

    Join Udi for a journey through time from NServiceBus' humble beginnings, into the present state of the Particular Service Platform and get a glimpse of the future and all the possibilities it brings.

    NserviceBus: Past, Present and Future
  • Andrew Siemer Jeffrey Palermo Jeffrey Palermo

    Simplicity vs Performance - How to get both

    Andrew Siemer, Jeffrey Palermo

    Jeffrey and Andy have seen NServiceBus in action in massive scale systems - they will show you the scars they have encountered in improperly implemented instances of NServiceBus and help prevent you from incurring such wounds from similar bad design choices.

    Simplicity vs Performance - How to get both
  • Indu Alagarsamy

    NServiceBus - Lego Style

    Indu Alagarsamy

    Take a deeper dive into exploring the depths of the NServiceBus API. Among the other things that we'll explore, we'll focus on how handlers get invoked and what is involved when trying to invoke a message handler. Get a better understanding of how you can override the default behavior and get the customization you are after by hooking into the NServiceBus pipeline.

    NServiceBus - Lego Style
  • Oren Eini aka Ayende Rahien

    Building Distributed Systems with RavenDB

    Oren Eini aka Ayende Rahien

    In this session, Oren Eini will be discussing how to apply RavenDB as an integral part of your distributed system architecture. In this talk we will discuss data isolation, shared data and distribution of updates. We'll discuss CQRS architecture and how to use events coming from the bus to create a persistent view model for your read store.

    Building Distributed Systems with RavenDB
  • Sam Martindale

    Building a Highly Scalable File Processing Platform with NServiceBus

    Sam Martindale

    In this session, Sam will talk about two unrelated US based companies, both adopting NServiceBus to accomplish their goals of scaling the consumption of massive amounts of raw data in order to power their respective businesses.

    Building a Highly Scalable File Processing Platform with NServiceBus
  • Sean Farmar

    Turning the lights on: how to visualize, monitor and debug an NServiceBus system

    Sean Farmar

    Building a distributed message based system is a challenge. Debugging, visualising, monitoring and alerting is an inherent requirement when building such a system. In this presentation we will review the methodology & tooling available as part of the Particular Service Platform, making it much easier to build real-world production systems using NServiceBus.

    Turning the lights on: how to visualize, monitor and debug an NServiceBus system
  • Carl Franklin Richard Campbell

    Expert Panel Discussion with .NET Rocks!

    Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell

    Udi Dahan, Ted Neward, Oren Eini and Yves Goeleven share their thoughts about the future of the service bus. The panel focuses in on the advantages of message passing and creating coherent boundaries between application layers to make scaling and management much easier when building large applications.

    The Future of The Service Bus at NSBCon
  • Ted Neward

    Modern Web Architectures

    Ted Neward

    In 2000, Roy Fielding (he of REST dissertation fame) published a paper entitled ‘Principled Design of Modern Web Architecture’, in which he and his co-author described REST, how it achieved the goals of the Web, and cited examples. In this session, we’re going to do something of the same: talk not just about REST, but about the path that building an Internet-facing system should take, the reasons behind those choices, and the architectural implications that result from them.

    The Busy Architects Guide to Modern Web Architecture: 2014 Edition
  • Carl Franklin

    Beyond the POC: Adopting NServiceBus

    Adam Fyles

    After completing a POC typically we are left with a lot of open questions, most importantly how do we adopt this thing across the organization? How do you begin to integrate the new message patterns and concepts into your legacy code bases? How will your development teams adopt the new tools and more importantly all the new concepts? In this session, discover how using NServiceBus transforms the way we think about design and how we approach our work.

    Beyond the POC: Adopting NServiceBus
  • Kijana Woodard

    Advanced NServiceBus Deployment

    Kijana Woodard

    Using NServiceBus and breaking apart the Legacy Big Ball of Mud is a glorious feeling. But we soon encounter a cost for creating loosely coupled, distributed systems. In this session, we'll cover how to manage standards, like message conventions, across the system...and more

    Advanced NServiceBus Deployment
  • Scaling NServiceBus

    Scaling NServiceBus

    Jimmy Bogard

    Building systems with NServiceBus is easy, but scaling can be a challenge. While the developer-friendly APIs and safe-by-default modes are great for the majority of systems I work with, I've found that scaling is not as simple as turning a dial to achieve better performance. In this session, I'll share my experiences scaling NServiceBus in a wide variety of scenarios.

    Scaling NServiceBus
  • Andreas Ohlund

    Under the Hood of Particular Software

    Andreas Ohlund

    Continuously delivering a top quality platform on which customers build and run their businesses is not a challenge to be taken lightly. Join Andreas Öhlund, Director of Engineering at Particular Software, for a journey through custom tooling, testing the un-testable and massive cloud service bills in the name of backwards compatibility, performance and reliability.

    Under the Hood of Particular Software
  • Yves Goeleven

    The impact of 'the cloud' on your application

    Yves Goeleven

    In this session we will take a look under the covers of the Windows Azure Platform, learn about the impact that a cloud environment has on your application and I'll show you how NServiceBus can help you thrive in this environment.

    The impact of 'the cloud' on your application
  • Yves Goeleven

    Wrapping Up NSBCon NYC

    Udi Dahan

    Udi Dahan wraps up two days of NSBCon with his closing thoughts on the conference.

    Wrapping Up NSBCon NYC

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NSBCon London 2014 - All about NServiceBus

  • Udi Dahan

    NServiceBus Past, Present, and Future

    Udi Dahan

    Take a journey through time from NServiceBus' humble beginnings, into the present state of the Particular Service Platform, and get a glimpse of the future and all the possibilities it brings.

    NServiecBus Past, Present, and Future
  • Charlie Barker

    NServiceBus at Scale

    Charlie Barker

    Find out how the engineering team at Wonga have scaled their platform, in light of rapid demand and growth in their products, by leveraging NServiceBus.

    NServiceBus at Scale
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  • Yves Goeleven

    NServiceBus on the Windows Azure Platform

    Yves Goeleven

    The Windows Azure Platform and NServiceBus make a perfect fit. The Windows Azure platform offers a scalable and flexible platform that we are looking for in our designs, and NServiceBus makes development on this highly distributed environment a breeze.

    NServiceBus on the Windows Azure Platform
  • James Lewis

    Managing Microservices

    James Lewis

    Explore the real world difficulties encountered in testing, deploying and managing many small applications as well as examining strategies to help take advantage of the opportunities that designing for replaceability can provide.

    Managing Microservices
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  • Roy Cornelissen Mark Taling

    Embracing NServiceBus – Best Practices

    Mark Taling and Roy Cornelissen

    See how NServiceBus and rigorous architectural measures helped turn a slow and unmanageable SaaS application into a faster, more reliable and more extensible system. See how they embraced the extensibility of NServiceBus to add support for multi-tenancy throughout their system, and how they extended Saga persistence to deal it.

    Embracing NServiceBus - Best Practices
  • Particular Software Logo

    Park Bench Panel Discussion

    Udi Dahan, James Lewis, Yves Goeleven, Andreas Ohlund

    See questions put to the panel at the end of day one of NSBCon. Attendees were invited to discuss in detail their experiences using NServiceBus in a format designed to pitch those questions they didn't manage to ask during the day.

    the Panel Discussion
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  • Danny Cohen

    Deep Dive into the Particular Service Platform

    Danny Cohen

    Learn more about the Particular Service Platform's capabilities and tools, sharing best practices, do's and don'ts and providing an under-the-hood and behind the scenes view.

    Deep Dive into the Particular Service Platform
  • Jan Ove Skogheim

    From Layered Web Services to an Event-driven Architecture at Rikstoto

    Jan Ove Skogheim

    Learn about how Rikstoto, the only licensed horse racing operator in Norway, moved from a layered service platform with Web Services calling other Web Services to a fully scaled out event driven platform based on NServiceBus.

    From Layered Web Services to an Event-driven Architecture at Rikstoto
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  • Dylan Beattie

    Media Publishing Workflows using NServiceBus

    Dylan Beattie

    See how Spotlight used NServiceBus to decouple legacy systems from their hosting environments, and to create loosely-coupled encoding workflows for audio and video. Learn why they chose NServiceBus, how they integrated it with legacy systems, and how using it influenced the design and architecture of their greenfield applications.

    Media Publishing Workflows using NServiceBus
  • Indu Alagarsamy John Simons

    NServiceBus - Lego Style

    Indu Alagarsamy and John Simons

    Take a deeper dive into exploring the depths of the NServiceBus API. See how handlers get invoked and what is involved when trying to invoke a message handler. Either build on top of what the framework provides you, or remove the framework blocks and replace it with your own. Get a better understanding of how you can override the default behavior and get the customization you are after by hooking into the NServiceBus pipeline. 

    NServiceBus - Lego Style
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  • Andreas Ohlund

    Under the Hood of Particular Software

    Andreas Öhlund

    Continuously delivering a top quality platform on which customers build and run their businesses is not a challenge to be taken lightly. Andreas Öhlund, Director of Engineering at Particular Software, takes you on a journey through custom tooling, testing the un-testable and massive cloud service bills in the name of backwards compatibility, performance and reliability.

    Under the Hood of Particular Software
  • Greg Young Szymon Pobiega's

    Event Store and NServiceBus

    Greg Young and Szymon Pobiega

    Many think that it is an either/or choice between Event Store and NServiceBus, but this could not be further from the truth! Learn more about Event Store and NServiceBus and how they can be brought together. Whether look at Event Store as a highly available transport, or even as an auditing queue with full temporal querying abilities, discover the benefits the two can bring to each other.

    Event Store and NServiceBus  
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  • Udi Dahan

    NSBCon Closing Notes

    Udi Dahan

    Udi wraps up the first "All About NServiceBus" conference with his final thoughts after two days of talks and discussions, plus a special announcement.

    Udi's Closing Notes
 

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