Para o 26º encontro do PT.JUG, vamos ter o prazer de contar mais uma vez com a presença do António Gonçalves (https://twitter.com/agoncal), que nos vai mostrar como passar aplicações monolíticas para Microservices, usando as últimas versões dos App Servers actuais.
Abstract: Just Enough App Server
Are Websphere or Weblogic appropriate for your project? Too big" ? Do Jetty or Tomcat actually meet your needs? Too "small"?
Neither too big nor too small. What you need is "just enough app server" to support only the subset of APIs and services your application needs.
In this session I will make an inventory of Java EE application servers (Weblogic, Websphere, JBoss, GlassFish), Profile Web (Tomee, Payara, Siwpass) and Servlets (Tomcat, Jetty, Undertow). If Microservices is want you want, I will introduce other modular solutions such as WildFly Swarm, KumuluzEE, Spring Boot or Dropwizard. I will talk about performance, war, executable jar, monitoring, management, optimization, use cases and some personal feedback... all this by showing code and executing several types of applications (from the simplest to more complex) in several kinds of containers ... and maybe even on a Raspberry Pi.
Bio: Antonio Goncalves
Antonio is a senior developer specialized in Java/Java EE. As a consultant he advises customers and helps them in defining and developing their software architecture.
This Java Champion is also the founder of the very successful Paris JUG, Devoxx France and an independent JCP member on various JSRs (Java EE 6, Java EE 7, Java EE 8 and CDI 2.0).
Based on his Java EE experiences, he has written three books covering Java EE 5, Java EE6 and recently Java EE 7 with Glassfish 4.