Hot on the heals of Hans Dockters' talk on Gradle, Nati, from GigaSpaces, offered to tell us about additional ways Java developers can leverage Groovy.
Today's application stack is built out many popular OSS frameworks such as Cassandra, MongoDB, Scala, Play, Memcache, RabitMQ alongside the more traditional JEE stack which includes app servers such as Tomcat and JBoss. In this environment the same practices that we used to have in JEE centric world for managing and deploying our app are not relevant anymore. In this session we'll introduce a new open source frameworks based on Groovy for packaging your application, automating the scaling, failover, and more.
As always, the venue, food, drinks, and giveaways will be provided by our sponsors.
Some of you may remember Nati Shalom's talk about Building Realtime Analytics System with Cassandra and GigaSpaces from last year.
Note: we changed the speaker for this event from Uri Cohen to Nati Shalom due to scheduling issues.
About Nati Shalom
Nati is the CTO and Founder of GigaSpaces. He is responsible for defining the technology roadmap and the direction of GigaSpaces' products. Nati is also a thought leader in cloud computing and is the one of the founders of the Israeli cloud consortium. He has 15 years of experience with distributed computing and known as an industry expert in building large scale deployments. As a software visionary and industry leader, Mr. Shalom is a frequent presenter at industry conferences, he was also recently selected by the eCIO Forum as one of the cloud industry's top bloggers.