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EclipseCon France is taking place this week in Toulouse, France (June 13-14, 2018) and it’s offering a great lineup of top-notch sessions on nine different tracks, from IoT to cloud and modeling technologies. This year, there is even a dedicated track for “Microservices, MicroProfile, EE4J and Jakarta EE,” which is covering topics such as Istio, 12-factor apps, geoscience, machine learning, noSQL database integration, cloud-native application development, security, resilience, scalability, and the latest statuses of the Jakarta EE and MicroProfile open source specification projects. Under this track, we are hosting two sessions:
- Path to Cloud-native Application Development
- Scalable and resilient security in microservice architectures: Leveraging Microprofile JWT-Auth
But we are also delivering other interesting sessions under the “Reactive Programming” track:
- The Reactive Cuisine
- Microservices Data Patterns: CQRS & Event Sourcing
- Reactive Systems with Eclipse Vert.x and Kubernetes
- The Reactive Landscape (Lightning talk)
Under the “IoT” track:
Under the “Eclipse IDE and RCP in Practice” track:
- IDE as a Front-end and Fast time-to-market language support in Eclipse IDE relying on LSP, TextMate and CLI: C# and Rust case studies
- Parallel Builds in Eclipse IDE Workspace: value, making-of and optimal usages
And, under the “Cloud & DevOps” and “Other Cool Stuff” tracks:
For those of you that will be at the conference, we invite you to attend the sessions above and to stop by the Red Hat booth to learn how Red Hat can help your organization solve your IT challenges (and get your swag too!). And for those of you that would like to learn more about Red Hat offerings in relation to the topics above, please visit the following links: