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Session and speaker details:
Session 1: Quarkus the shrink ray to your Cloud Native Java Applications
Session (1) Duration: 50 min
Session (1) Abstract:
Historically Java was able to handle the biggest enterprise problem(s) with its Write once,run anywhere(WORA) paradigm. With Cloud Native Applications grown to popularity, things like running applications as linux containers, serverless taking centre stage -- Java was pushed back by languages like golang, node.js as the forerunner to build Cloud Native Applications as they are smaller, quicker and arguably more nimble.
In this session we will see how the birth of Quarkus is bringing back the crown to Java as defacto language to build the enterprise applications. This demo filled session will start to explore how to create, build and deploy Cloud Native Java Applications using Quarkus. The Java applications built this way are tiny as a subatomic particle(Quark) and tend to boot and run at supersonic speed.
The session also shows Quarkus as a "Developer's Joy" with things like live reload, building interactive database applications with Hibernate. With out of the box MicroProfile support and with its plethora of extensions like SmallRye OpenTracing, SmallRye Metrics, Vert.x, Camel, Kubernetes the developers are going to find developing applications with Java and Java EE is going to awesome forever!
Session (1) Speaker:
Kamesh Sampath, Red Hat’s Director of Developer Experience.
Most part of Kamesh’s career was with services industry helping various customers build Java based solutions. Kamesh is the creator of vertx-maven-plugin(https://vmp.fabric8.io) and he has been an active contributor to fabric8 project. Being a OpenSource developer and contributor Kamesh's loves sharing his experience on building and deploying Java Applications on Kubernetes/OpenShift. He still loves to learn new technologies and strongly believe in “ITS BETTER TO SHARE”.
Session 2: Managing Microservices with Docker in Kubernetes
Session (2) Abstract:
Microservices solves a lot of problems but managing a significant number of microservice becomes an obstacle.
In the tech world, If we have a problem, we have solutions. Kubernetes solves the same problem, and if we combine the power of Docker, Kubernetes, and helm, it becomes the intuitive and scalable system to work.
So get to know the problems in Microservices, and how to solve those with Docker, Kubernetes, and Helm.
Session (2) Speaker:
Harish Singh Parihar, Senior Developer at Royal Bank of Scotland.
Harish has a decade of experience with developing Java-based solutions with the world's leading technology companies.
Being an explorer and traveler in off work-life, he carries the same passion in his professional life by learning and building world-class products and solutions.
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