Interoperability and scalability with microservices in science

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Presenter:Ola Spjuth
Abstract:Microservices have emerged as a modern interpretation of service-oriented architectures where processes are small and communicate over a network using lightweight protocols to fulfill a goal. In this talk I will present our work on microservices, and how they can be used to empower interoperable and scalable analysis services and pipelines in virtual infrastructures on cloud computing resources. I will also give examples and experiences from the PhenoMeNal H2020 project where a developer community in metabolomics is moving to such architecture.
Venue: OpenTox Euro 2016, Rheinfelden, Germany
Date:28 Oct, 2016
Links:Slides on external site