MicroProfile and Open Liberty at DevNexus 2019 in Atlanta
Several of the Open Liberty team will be at DevNexus 2019 in Atlanta on 6-8 March. If you’re also going to be there, deciding which of the great talks to see at DevNexus looks like it could be a challenge. So here’s a quick summary of the sessions on Open Liberty and MicroProfile.
Workshops at DevNexus 2019
If you’re attending the workshop day on Wednesday:
Hands-on cloud-native Java with MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio
Graham Charters and Emily Jiang will lead this workshop on what it means to be cloud-native and how that impacts application development. They’ll introduce you to Eclipse MicroProfile and help you to either get started with the basics of REST services or to jump right in and develop secure, fault tolerant, configurable, and monitorable microservices. They’ll then show you how to package and deploy your app in Docker containers in a Kubernetes cluster.
Java application security the hard way
OpenJ9’s Steve Poole will team up with Snyk Director of Developer Relations Simon Maple to lead this fun session on how to build your "security memory muscle" and help you learn how to make your Java apps more secure.
Talks at DevNexus 2019
A selection of MicroProfile and Open Liberty talks on Thursday and Friday:
Are you ready for cloud-native Java?
OpenJ9’s Steve Poole and Open Liberty’s Graham Charters will talk you through the concept of developing cloud-native Java applications. Find out more about what cloud-native Java looks like and how it can differ from expectations. Steve and Graham will point out what to be aware of and which open technologies can help you.
Open Liberty: A Modern Java Platform for the Cloud
Open Liberty’s Alasdair Nottingham will consider the requirements of Java platforms in the cloud and how Java application servers have evolved to be more efficient and effective. Open Liberty is one such project and Alasdair will guide you through using Open Liberty to build modern applications using Java EE, Eclipse MicroProfile, or Spring.
MicroProfile and Jakarta EE - What’s Next?
MicroProfile and Open Liberty’s Kevin Sutter will look into the future of the MicroProfile and Jakarta EE projects, answering common questions such as "What’s next for each project?" and "Will MicroProfile and Jakartaa EE merge or stay separate?". If you want to know the answers, this is where you’ll get Kevin’s current view on it all.
A Java Space Odyssey: Fun with flying saucers, lasers, Pis and Arduino
Open Liberty’s Prashanth Gunapalasingam and Frank Ji will show you how to bring Arduino projects online using modern Java technologies. They will demo Space Sentry Challenge, a fun arcade game that uses runs MicroProfile microservices on hardware such as Arduino, ESP wifi modules, Raspberry Pi.
Bulletproof Java Enterprise Applications for The Hard Production Life
Sebastian Daschner will discuss the harsh realities of production for Java Enterprise applications and how to meet production requirements in your apps.
Zero-downtime Java Enterprise Applications With Kubernetes
Sebastian Daschner will talk through what to do to achieve zero-downtime with Kubernetes with your production Java Enterprise applications.
Where has my money gone? Transaction problems with Kubernetes and how to solve them
Open Liberty’s Monica Tamboli will discuss the issues (and their solutions) around running containerized mission critical applications in Kubernetes.
And, finally, a couple of talks about MicroProfile by others contributing to the the MicroProfile project:
MicroProfile Survival Guide in the Cloud by Edson Yananga (Red Hat) and Bruno Borges (Microsoft)
Stateless Microservice Security via JWT and MicroProfile by David Blevins (Tomitribe)
You can find the full schedule on the conference website.