Past Meetup

DevOps/Microservices

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Schedule

5:30-6:00 : "The Pie" Pizza

6:00-7:00 : DevOps Best Practices - Jon DuBois

7:00-8:00 : Resilient Microservices Architectures - Rafael Benevides

8:00 : Door Prizes

Location

http://ujug.org/ujug-meeting-location

DevOps Best Practices

Every day Docker is becoming a more and more significant tool in the hands of DevOps oriented organizations around the world.

We'll cover why we want to do DevOps in the first place, what DevOps means, how the DevOps philosophy informs strategy and techniques,who should be using it and how Docker fits into the DevOps toolbelt.That includes a deep dive into Docker technologies and what they can do ina CI/CD chain and in the data center.

John DuBois is a software developer and consultant specializing in open sourcetechnologies and DevOps. He was the CTO of CoPortal.com during the dot com boomand co-founder of three other start-ups. He has written almost two million lines of code in a variety of languages. His scholarly works have appeared in IEEE Software and Lecture Note in Computer Science. He is also the guitarist andsongwriter for Tony and the Earaches who will be available for parties as soon asthey can find Tony.

Resilient Microservices Architectures

You’ve been hearing about Microservices for months, and probably have taken a look about 12-factor and cloud-native apps too. But there’s a myriad of different Java frameworks and tools that you can use to craft your software and join the pieces together into a Microservices Architecture. You want to use the best platform to deploy all of them.

Join this session to see how you can combine a lot of different technologies and tools in a live demo that will open your eyes for the huge possibilities that Microservices can enable you to achieve. We’ll have it all: containers, Docker, Java EE, Vert.x, Wildfly Swarm, Spring Boot, OpenShift, Jenkins, Kubernetes and perhaps much more.

Rafael Benevides is a Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat. In his current role he helps developers worldwide to be more effective in software development, and he also promotes tools and practices that help them to be more productive. He worked in several fields including application architecture and design. Besides that, he is a member of Apache DeltaSpike PMC - a Duke’s Choice Award winner project. And a speaker in conferences like JUDCon, TDC, JavaOne and Devoxx.