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JHipster sur Microsoft Azure

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Pour cette session exceptionnelle sur JHipster et Azure, nous accueillerons Bruno Borges, Principal Cloud Developer Advocate for Java at Microsoft.

Il s'agit donc d'une session qui intéressera en premier lieu les utilisateurs de JHipster qui souhaitent déployer dans le cloud, en particulier avec Azure et/ou Kubernetes.

Programme
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Introduction (5min)
Spring on Azure par Bruno Borges, Microsoft(40min)
JHipster on Azure Kubernetes Service par Pierre Besson, Ippon Technologies (15min)
Reactive Spring par Pivotal (40min)
Conclusion (5min)

Présentation détaillée
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Taking Spring Apps for a Spin on Microsoft Azure Cloud

Found your app built and ready for deployment? It’s time to take them for a spin! Whether you pack and deploy as a Docker container, standalone or on Kubernetes, you will learn and see first-hand what open source tools and services are available for bringing your apps to the Cloud with ease and full DevOps pipeline. This talk will bring you up to speed with current best practices for Cloud Native deployment on Azure, and upcoming features.

Bruno Borges (@brunoborges): Bruno is part of the Microsoft Azure Cloud Developer Advocacy group leading a team of great Java advocates in a mission to help Microsoft engineers enhance and advance the Azure developer experience for Java developers. Conference speaker, open source contributor, Java influencer, Twitter junkie, beer sommelier. Before Microsoft, Bruno was Oracle’s Product Manager responsible of Developer Relations Strategy for Oracle Cloud, Java, governance of open source projects on GitHub, and all things related to application development with Oracle technologies.

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Going Reactive with Spring Boot

Reactive programming offers Java developers a way to build message-driven, elastic, resilient, and responsive services...yet many Java developers don't know where to begin. The Reactive Streams initiative provides a baseline and Project Reactor provides a great way to become immediately productive, leveraging reactive capabilities from end to end. Whether you're coming from a Spring MVC environment or a functional perspective, Reactor empowers you to spin up fully reactive Spring Boot 2 applications quickly and efficiently.

Jakub Pilimon (@jpilimon): Jakub is Spring Developer Advocate at Pivotal, blogger, passionate programmer and trainer. He loves to tackle complex enterprises with Domain Driven Design, Test Driven Development and Spring. Being a microservice freak, architecture is his main area of interest too. When he does not program he rides motorbike, skis or grows his beard. Also, here is his DZone MVB awarded blog: pillopl.github.io