This opportunity is based in Lausanne and Zurich

Event-Driven Architecture (Diploma Thesis/Internship)

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DESCRIPTION

Our physical world is fundamentally driven by the principle of causality. The arrow of time carries causes that trigger consequences that are themselves causes and so on.

The internship proposes to explore this paradigm from an IT architecture perspective to evaluate how we can build a distributed system that only evolves through events, i.e. with components sending events and reacting to events with no orchestration and no imperative communication channels.

You’ll have the possibility to build a distributed system by exploring patterns such as CQRS or event sourcing, technologies such as Akka, Vert.x or reactive streams, messaging systems like Kafka or NATS, and serverless technologies.

In this role

The objectives of this internship include:

  • Evaluation of the viability of the approach: can it lead to some form of deterministic behavior, which is something usually required from an IT system
  • Assessment of the testability, observability, security, transactional capabilities of such an approach
  • Study of data modeling implications
  • Synergies with Domain-Driven Design concepts that can be used in component implementation
  • Evaluation of the technologies, including reactive frameworks that support event streams
  • Development of demonstrators
  • Evaluation of suitable and non-suitable uses cases.

What we offer

Diploma Thesis / Internship in Lausanne and Zurich. Join our team as intern and you will find a young, dynamic and culturally diverse working environment.

About your profile

  • Backend coding skills
  • Knowledge in distributed systems and messaging technologies
  • Knowledge in cloud and container technologies
  • Interest for software architecture

If you are INTERESTED in applying for this position, please send us your complete application (CV, cover letter, letter of reference, diplomas and certificates).

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