John O’Hara keynotes on reasons for organizations to embrace AMQP, how the ecosystem has developed so far, and how AMQP manages to provide the means for secure multi-vendor messaging.
Tom McCuch discusses the current trends in modern applications, how they can use messaging, how Spring Integration provides a messaging DSL, and the architecture of AMQP and RabbitMQ.
Rob Harrop demoes how to use RabbitMQ from a variety of languages (Java, Python, Ruby and Erlang) and different environments using AMQP and STOMP to achieve for multi-platform communication.
Theo Schlossnagle expresses his opinion on Big Data, NoSQL, cloud, system architecture and design, then he discusses the benefit of using asynchronous queues for building scalable systems.
Matthias Radestock introduces messaging, AMQP and RabbitMQ. Mark Fisher and Mark Pollack present and demo Spring AMQP, an abstraction layer for using AMQP independently from the broker implementation.