Open Banking with Microservices Architectures and Apache Kafka on OpenShift
October 9, 2019 | by
Last month, at OpenShift Commons Gathering Milan, Paolo Gigante and Pierluigi Sforza of Poste Italiane, showed the audience how they built a microservices based banking architecture using Apache Kafka and OpenShift. Their slides are
available here. For more great in-person events like this, register for the next Commons Gathering near you! San Francisco is coming up before the end of the month, and will focus on AI/ML.
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