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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_30_July_2019_in_ET/PT/CET JOIN THE WEBINAR HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9rrSR7MlgA Join the conversation: #JakartaTechTalks // ABSTRACT We live in an era of building enterprise software with build pipelines, containerization and clouds in order to provide business value. In order to maintain the quality of your software and fast delivery, you must optimize the development process and release strategy with tools and concepts that complement each other. I will provide insights in how to implement these optimizations utilizing the Jakarta EE platform with the addition of Eclipse MicroProfile. The audience will learn why this specific platform is such a valuable asset in the arsenal of tools for developing enterprise software. // BIOGRAPHY - Edwin Derks Edwin Derks is a Software Architect from Ordina JTech in the Netherlands. He has a passion for gathering and sharing knowledge about anything related to the Java ecosystem and cloud-driven development in general. He is a member of the Eclipse MicroProfile and Jakarta EE community, often hosting meetups, writing articles, blogs and speaking at conferences.
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.youtube.com/watch?v=OoonyWn_prM 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.