April 18, 2018 5:30 PM | The Oxford, 195 S. Murphy Avenue Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Join us for an informative evening on the latest innovations for Java, Microservices and Cloud featuring, fine drinks, snacks and talks from Payara, Hazelcast, and Azul Systems. Sign up now and reserve your seat for a chance to network with your peers while learning about best practices, industry trends and hot technologies in Java, Microservices and Cloud Computing.
5:30pm-6:00pm: Registration and networking
6:00pm – 6:30pm:
There are 2 major changes happening in the Java EE world. MicroProfile – an industry collaboration to define Microservices APIs on top of a subset of Java EE and EE4J – the migration of Java EE from the JCP to the Eclipse Foundation. Payara is at the forefront of both initiatives. In this presentation, Mike will give an update on the roadmap of both initiatives, their aims and objectives and will be open to questions.
6:30pm – 7:00pm:
Learn all about directed acyclic graph (DAG) and why it is so powerful for Big Data processing. We will walk you through the evolution of Big Data computing from sequential to DAG as well as other techniques such as SP/SC, Cooperative Multithreading, Data Locality, In-Memory sources and sinks, and WaitFree algorithms that power the third generation of Big Data processing.
This talk will also feature an introduction to Hazelcast JET, an Apache 2 licensed, DAG-based platform for in-memory streaming and fast batch processing that illustrates many of the techniques found in a third generation Big Data platform.
We will walk you through Java coding common tasks and then step it up to writing full-blown applications in less than a hundred lines of Java code, for applications such as Bitcoin, Twitter sentiment analysis and real-time worldwide commercial aircraft monitoring.
JDK 9 has been released and at the same time, a number of announcements have been made about how Java will be released and how updates will be made available through the OpenJDK. In this session, we’ll take a look at what those announcements are and how these changes will impact decisions about which versions of Java to use for deploying microservice based applications into the cloud.