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Published on Oct 31, 2017
Node.js Performance and Highly Scalable Micro-Services - Chris Bailey, IBM
The fundamental performance characteristics of Node.js, along with the improvements driven through the community benchmarking workgroup, makes Node.js ideal for highly performing micro-service workloads. Translating that into highly responsive, scalable solutions however is still far from easy. This session will discuss why Node.js is right for micro-services, introduce the best practices for building scalable deployments, and show you how to monitor and profile your applications to identify and resolve performance bottlenecks.
About Chris Bailey Chris is a senior architect in the Runtime Technologies team at IBM, contributing to the Node.js, Java and Swift runtimes. He works on performance monitoring and application visibility, allowing developers to optimize code, infrastructure to scale, operations teams to manage, and business owners to analyze an applications success. He has worked on virtual machine development for over 15 years, and is a recognized author and speaker on the topics of scalable deployments, performance and troubleshooting.