Alexander Daniel Barnabas Kralik Bernhard Huemer Christian Papauschek David Juhasz David Pichsenmeister Dominik Gruber Felix Amerbauer Floor Drees Gerald Löffler Gerhard Hipfinger Lutz Hühnken Manuel Bernhardt Manuel Bernhart Martin Lorenz Mathias Doenitz Michal Bigos Oleg Rudenko Peter Brachwitz Peter Kofler Radim Pavlicek Sebastian Nozzi Stefan Asseg Wolfgang Wagner Yago Alonso
Rea implicit Akka Akka Cluster Akka HTTP Akka Persistence Akka Streams Android BDD BitTorrent Book Review CQRS CSP Communicating Sequential Processes Community Concurrency ConductR Cucumber Dependency Injection Design pattern Devoxx Domain-Driven Design Elasticsearch Event Sourcing Finagle Finatra Functional Programming Gatling Iago JDBC JMX JScala JVM Java JavaScript Kafka Kibana Language Load Testing Logstash Metrics MongoDB Monitoring Netty Node.js Ostrich P2P Parser Combinator Play Framework REST Reactive Streams ReactiveMongo Scala Scala.js ScalaTest Scalaz Selenium Slick Software Architecture Twitter Zipkin conference page object page object pattern pingconf spray ui testing web testing
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Running multiple (micro-)services on multiple nodes in a cluster, in a fail-safe way, scaling them, and updating them, can be a challenge for the operations or devops teams. Typesafe ConductR has entered the arena to make things simpler: Build a bundle, load it into the ConductR cluster, tell it how many instances you want to run in parallel, done. I will give a very brief overview of ConductR, and a little live demo of ConductR in action.

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