"Modern Java EE Microservices with WildFly Swarm" gå-hjem møde hos 7N i Aarhus

 Javagruppen er rigtig glade for at, kunne præsenter Ken Finnigan fra Wildfly Swarm temaet via Hangout til et gå-hjem møde i Århus til en præsentation af

"Modern Java EE Microservices with WildFly Swarm"

25. April fra kl. 16.30-18.30 hos
7N Søndergade 70B, 3 sal, Århus.

 

Wildfly Swarm bygger på de samme byggesten fra JavaEE Wildfly, men ud fra det princip at du kun pakker din applikation med det som er nødvendigt. Hvis du arbejder med JavaEE i dag og tænker over at gå “microservice” vejen eller nysgerrig efter lære om Wildfly Swarm, så er det lige en præsentationen for dig.

Der vil blive serveret en sandwich og vand efter præsentationen, og hvor der er mulighed for at netværke og snakke med andre Java folk.

Tilmelding er nødvendig via Eventbrite


Agenda

Wildfly Swarm med Ken Finnigan (1 time)

JCafe - Sandwich og vand

Med javagruppe hilsner

Flemming Harms


 

 Ken Finnigan

Speaker Bio:
Ken is a Principal Software Engineer for Red Hat Middleware and has been a consultant and software engineer for 20 years with enterprises throughout the world. Ken and Bob McWhirter lead the WildFly Swarm project, which aims to bring together the worlds of microservices and Java EE. Ken has previously served as the project lead for LiveOak, along with other JBoss projects. Ken is currently writing “Java Microservices in Action” and has previously written two books, including "JBoss Weld CDI for Java Platform."
 
Presentation Title:
Modern Java EE Microservices with WildFly Swarm
 
Abstract:
Beginning with a simple JAX-RS application deployed with WildFly Swarm, we step back to provide an overview of the project and its goals. We will discuss the composability of an application with WildFly Swarm and the benefits of utilizing existing WildFly parts.
 
Diving deeper, we look at how WildFly Swarm integrates the Netflix OSS stack bringing resilience, fault tolerance, and service discovery to Java EE microservices by developing several services that will interact with each other. The attendee will see how Java EE microservices can utilize async communication for greater throughput
while still putting years of Java EE knowledge to use.

 
 
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