Clojure in Production with Immutant

Topic: Putting Clojure in Production with Immutant

Presenter: Norman Richards

 

Immutant is a Clojure application server based on the JBoss Application Server that is popular in the Java Enterprise world.  In the talk, I'll explain how to install, configure and run Immutant.  I'll demo running an application that takes advantage of Immutant's clustering, caching and messaging support.  And, I'll talk about some of our experience using Immutant at Threatgrid.

 

Thanks again to Capital Factory for giving us a space to meet at!

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  • Rick

    Thanks!

    August 14, 2013

  • Sam

    Very good presentation. Made me want to learn Immutant more and loved how easy it made things.

    August 13, 2013

    • Steve S.

      Enjoyed the presentation. I did not expect a redemption of JBoss, but now I'll add it back to my tool box.

      August 13, 2013

  • Eric M.

    I just ran "lein immutant install 1.0.0.cr1". Is the "slim" version of Immutant sufficient for this presentation?

    July 30, 2013

    • Norman R.

      Yes. I don't think you even need the version number - just "lein immutant install" should work. I'll try and put together some instructions a little closer to the meeting. I'm working on the demo app as we speak.

      July 30, 2013

  • John M.

    I am playing around with using core.async to make GUI programming a bit more straight more forward, as Rich mentioned in the Relevance podcast. I wouldn't mind doing a ten minute presentation on that in an upcoming meeting, if there is interest.

    July 19, 2013

    • Norman R.

      Please do! I was going to request someone try and put something together. We had a fun core.async night session at Lambda Jam, and I'd really love to play with it.

      July 19, 2013

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