Mark Fisher and Thomas Risberg transform a monolithic cloud application by changing its relational DB with a NoSQL one, introducing modularity, polyglot support and enterprise integration patterns.
Sam Brannen and Rossen Stoyanchev introduce the TestContext Framework, how to use @Configuration and environment profiles for testing with Spring 3.1, and the testing support available in Spring MVC.
Craig Walls discusses the need for adding social features to applications, how to secure such applications and how Spring Social can help.
Josh Long uncovers some of the hooks available in the Spring framework: life cycles, scopes, beans, resources, XML marshallers, REST, transactions, caching, Spring Integration adapters, and others.
Ben Corrie explains how Elastic Memory for Java (EM4J) helps managing memory for Java installations in virtual settings.
David Syer discusses identity management, SSO, security standards –SAML, OpenID, OAuth, SCIM, JWT-, how Spring Security can fit in, and demoing IdM as a service.
Josh Long and Roy Clarkson discuss developing native mobile applications for Android with Spring Android.
Chris Richardson shows how he ported a relational database to three NoSQL data stores: Redis, Cassandra and MongoDB.
Stephen Bohlen explains how Spring helps with interoperability between Java and .NET, demoing it with the help of a sample application.
Craig Walls talks about securing the modern web and how OAuth can help with that, showing how to secure and consume resources with OAuth.
Ramnivas Laddad, Scott Andrews and Jennifer Hickey talk about using services with Cloud Foundry: Auto-reconfiguration, Cloud Namespace, Profile Support, Java Configuration and External Service Access.