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The MeetUp will be held on Google Hangouts and you will be able to watch the live stream directly on YouTube. This is a virtual meetup occurring at 11AM Eastern Time (8AM Pacific Time, 5PM Central European Time). For help with your timezone calculation, refer to this: https://time.is/compare/1100_28_August_2019_in_ET/PT/CET JOIN THE WEBINAR HERE: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/aug28_jakartatechtalk Join the conversation: #JakartaTechTalks // ABSTRACT We are going to show you what happens when the management lets enterprise Java developers and architects decide how we can control the IoT devices in our new office. While it's easy to figure out why Microprofile is cool, it's harder to see how to get in into your project. By the end of this talk, you will be introduced into the patterns and software in the enterprise world of Java explaining how to build a build a secure, stable, modular, and integrated system on an example of a completely over-engineered IoT solution to control the lights and plant's well-being in the new office. Fear not if your system is more complex than controlling light bulbs and plants! This talk will show you how easily you can design a good production-ready Java full-stack system based on the Enterprise stack with Microprofile combined with good continuous deployment infrastructure patterns. There will be code, demos, and (buzzword) dragons. // BIOGRAPHY Mads Opheim- Tech lead who wants to make people awesome in a safe environment. Test-driven development, Domain-driven design and Modern agile are favourite techniques. Working as tech lead in Computas, currently on a project for the Norwegian Courts. Rustam Mehmandarov- Passionate computer scientist. Leader of JavaZone. Board member and ex-chairman of Norwegian JUG – javaBin. Public speaker. Java Champion. Google Developers Expert for Cloud.
The MeetUp will be held on Google Hangouts and you will be able to watch the live stream directly on YouTube. This is a virtual meetup occurring at 11AM Eastern Time (8AM Pacific Time, 5PM Central European Time). For help with your timezone calculation, refer to this: https://time.is/compare/1100_05_Sep_2019_in_ET/PT/CET JOIN THE WEBINAR HERE: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/sep5_19_jakartatechtalks Join the conversation: #JakartaTechTalks // ABSTRACT The mass adoption of Kubernetes and the move to a Micro-services based architecture have forced developers to learn new ways of building applications and required the application developer to know more and more about the infrastructure, interactions and scale of each component. Jemo aims to provide a simple FaaS based approach to developing, deploying and managing modern Java applications on Kubernetes. Jemo manages the complexity of deployment, component interaction and provisioning to make your Java based application as fast and as modular as possible as well as allowing it to take full advantage of Kubernetes and public cloud hyper-scale. In this session we will demonstrate how to get started with a Jemo cluster of your own as well as build a sample application running on Kubernetes. We will then demonstrate how you can take advantage of the Eclipse Microprofile configuration specification to access application level configuration with Jemo FaaS applications. // BIOGRAPHY - Christopher Stura Christopher Stura has been developing software for more than 20 years and has been working with Java since version 1.0. He is the project lead of the Eclipse Jemo project and in his spare time enjoy's riding his motorcycle and going camping with his 3 children.
The MeetUp will be held on Google Hangouts and you will be able to watch the live stream directly on YouTube. This is a virtual meetup occurring at 11AM Eastern Time (8AM Pacific Time, 5PM Central European Time). For help with your timezone calculation, refer to this: https://time.is/compare/1100_24_Sep_2019_in_ET/PT/CET JOIN THE WEBINAR HERE: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/sep24_19_jakartatechtalks Join the conversation: #JakartaTechTalks //ABSTRACT Elastic JVM for Scalable Java EE Applications Running in Containers Containers provide much better elasticity and density than VMs, but JVM-based applications are not fully container-ready. The first issue is that HotSpot JVM doesn’t release unused committed heap memory automatically. Second, it is not possible to increase the size of the JVM heap at runtime. To solve these major issues and make JVM more container-friendly, a new patch is implemented for the Garbage-First collector in OpenJDK. This session shares details of what is done and how the added improvements enhance Java resource consumption efficiency. //BIO CEO and co-founder of Jelastic PaaS, company that delivers turnkey business multi-cloud platform for MSPs, Telcos and hosting providers. An expert in large-scale distributed applications and enterprise platforms. Designed the core technology of the Platform-as-a-Service that runs millions of containers across decentralized network of independent data center providers worldwide. Designed and created solutions for National Data Center (NDC) and National Antarctic Scientific Centre (NASC) of Ukraine. Was one of the key engineering leads at the National Space Agency of Ukraine. Focusing on development of cutting edge cloud solutions and business relations around it.