Press Release | March 28, 2019

Lightbend’s Reactive Architecture Course on CognitiveClass.ai Reaches 17,000 Students Enrolled

SAN FRANCISCO, March 28, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lightbend today announced that less than a year after its original launch, its self-paced training series -- Lightbend Reactive Architecture: Foundations and Lightbend Reactive Architecture: Advanced -- have reached 17,000 students enrolled, making them one of IBM Cognitive Class’ fastest-growing course series. IBM’s Cognitive Class features a series of free data science and cognitive computing courses, with a virtual lab environment that enables users to practice what they learn.

The Lightbend Reactive Architecture series are a crash course in building distributed cloud-native systems using microservices, with a self-paced format and guidelines from Lightbend experts. The Lightbend Reactive Architecture series have codified lessons learned, best practices, reference architectures, design patterns and analysis techniques, drawing from Reactive’s track record of success at companies like LinkedIn, Verizon Wireless, Capital One and Walmart Canada.

The Reactive Manifesto, originally published anonymously but later revealed as the work of Lightbend co-founder and Akka creator Jonas Bonér, for the first time set out key principles for building systems that react to modern demands on distributed services at scale. Translated into 15 languages with endorsements by more than 23,000 technologists, the Reactive movement has become the de facto guideline for distributed system design.

The Lightbend Reactive Architecture series features two Cognitive Learning Paths, each containing three self-paced, free courses:

1- Lightbend Reactive Architecture: Foundations

  • Introduction to Reactive Principles
  • Domain Driven Design
  • Reactive Microservices

2- Lightbend Reactive Architecture: Advanced

  • Building Scalable Systems
  • Distributed Messaging Patterns
  • CQRS & Event Sourcing

Next Steps If You Are Interested to Enroll in Lightbend Reactive Architecture Series:

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