Russ Miles shows how we can build production-level confidence in our polyglot microservices by applying the test-driven approach to synchronous (REST) and asynchronous (Messaging) services.
Sergi Almar presents how to enhance a traditional Spring MVC application with real-time functionalities and bidirectional messaging based on WebSockets for a more interactive user experience.
Sebastien Lambla explores how complexity can be reduced to its smallest cohesive parts, communication normalized through evolvable contracts, ReSTful and event-driven interfaces.
Mark Derricutt discusses the importance of having different read and write data models when working with RESTful web APIs.
Kyle Anderson discusses details on how to tie Mesos, Docker, SmartStack, Haproxy, Git, and Sensu all together into a coherent system that developers can use to ship their code in a self-serve way.
Rossen Stoyanchev offers an overview of new features for web applications in Spring Framework 4.2: HTTP streaming, Server-sent events, cross-origin requests, HTTP caching, and WebSocket updates.
Gary Russell discusses how Spring Integration and Spring AMQP are used as two of the underlying technologies in Spring XD.
Swagger is a simple but powerful representation of RESTful APIs. This talk gives an introduction to API creation using the Swagger Editor, and creating a REST service using swagger-codegen.
Travis Reeder thinks performance, memory, concurrency, reliability, and deployment are key to exploring Go and its value in production. Travis describes how it’s worked for Iron.io.
Christian Tzolov shows different integration approaches between HAWQ and GemFire, showing using Spring XD to ingest GemFire data into HDFS and using Spring Boot to implement a RESTful proxy for HAWQ.
Roy Clarkson and Greg Turnquist discuss using Spring Data REST to build a back-end for a startup, exemplifying with Spring-A-Gram, an app built with Spring Data REST and secured by Spring Security.