Sendil Kumar Nellaiyapen

Engineering Manager



Building Reactive Microservices with Kotlin & running on Kubernetes


Engineering Manager working at payments in Uber. Passionate about Open Source and building communities :)


Microservices are everywhere; These isolated and independent services brings in a lot of benefits (nightmares included). On the other hand, Reactive programming enables you to build resilient systems. Combining these two we can build resilient applications that thrive in high load with low latency. In this session, I’ll show you how to use JHipster to create a reactive microservices architecture with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and run it all in Kubernetes. Bonus Bonus: Why split only your Backend services? When you can split your frontend too? Lets go microfrontends.