Getting to Know the Many Faces of Cloud Native Java and Event-driven Architectures
If you’ve been paying attention to the latest and greatest news about Java, then you’re probably interested to hear more about the new options for Cloud Native. Spring Boot was and is a massively successful open source offering that focuses on productivity and microservices. But with all framework choices, we must decide using a proper analysis of the trade offs. This is the Java talk that no vendor or developer advocate is allowed to give. This is a talk about the current landscape for Cloud Native Java applications that are built for event-driven architectures. We’ll be looking into how Apache Kafka and CQRS come alive using a tool named Eventuate, with a dissection of the trade offs and implementation details for Spring Boot, Quarkus, and Micronaut.
|Main language||English Proposal|
|Type of presentation||Slides and code|