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Java in the Cloud: Ascendance

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  • Abstract
    By any measure, cloud hosted workloads dominated the discussion in enterprise Java development in 2016. While there is no replacement for the application logic you write, there are ways to expedite and strengthen the architecture and operational push of your logic into hosted environments. In this talk, we look a four different cloud tactics, in increasing levels of sophistication and clarity of vision, to get your JVM workloads up, deployed, and humming smoothly in the cloud. We won’t pick favorites, however we’ll share what we sweated through with each of the four tactics throughout 2016. We’ll discuss findings and thoughts over what works, and what we feel is super slick for 2017.

    Matt Schuetze is the Director of Product Management at Azul Systems. He is responsible for managing requirements and charting product roadmaps for Zing and Zulu, Azul’s two Java runtime product families. He is excited to help usher in the budding Zulu Embedded product offering from Azul, covering aspects of both industrial and consumer embedded applications. Matt is also the Azul alternate on the Executive Committee of the Java Community Process, helps run the Detroit Java User Group, and speaks at Java User Groups and industry trade shows regularly.
    He has a Master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering from MIT, and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics from the University of Michigan.

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