Martin Lippert introduces “Boot Dashboard”, a new open source tool for developing, deploying and debugging microservices in the cloud.
Juergen Hoeller talks about the key themes in Spring 5, support for Java 8, comprehensive support for JDK 9, a strong focus on HTTP/2, and first-class support for Spring-style reactive architectures.
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.
Mathilde Lemee presents a live-demo based session and covers the best practices, patterns and tools that help one deliver a solid web application with Selenium.
John T Davies is using Spring Integration and Spring Boot to ingest gigabytes of complex data into two different in-memory data grids (IMDGs), showing the design and implementation with several demos.
Matt Raible shows how to eliminate XML by configuring Spring beans with JavaConfig and annotations, and how to remove web.xml and configure web components with Java.
S Maldini, G Renfro and D Turanski dissect a Spring XD app to show design patterns and techniques for getting the highest throughput and lowest resource utilization in streaming apps.
Stephane Maldini and Rossen Stoyanchev discuss building reactive web applications, the choice of runtimes, using reactive streams for network I/O and the reactive programming model.
Joe Stein makes an introduction for developers about why and how to use Apache Kafka. Apache Kafka is a publish-subscribe messaging system rethought of as a distributed commit log.
Craig Walls discusses how to use Spring Social, Spring Boot, and Spring Integration to expand the reach of an application to those services, effectively injecting the app into their social graph.
Michael Ploed talks about the distributed data management challenges that arise in a microservices architecture and how they can be solved using event sourcing in an event-driven architecture.