With lightweight microservices dominating the dev chatter these days, traditional Java EE developers have spent a lot of time looking in the mirror and asking themselves, "Does my application look fat in this container?" or "How can I leverage my existing Java EE bits in a lightweight microservic
Building microservices for mobile introduces many new concerns. This session will look at some best practices for building integrations in mobile, and introduce the concept of mobile specific microservices.
Logging is a key part to making microservices work for you. This session will help you look at logs in a different way in order to understand what your systems are doing and how they’re interacting, in order to fix problems quickly and improve performance.
We all know that in the real world there is more to developing than writing lines of code.
This talk will give an outline of the Kubernetes open source project from Google, explain how it changes everything from a developer’s perspective in the hybrid cloud and why it’s relevant for modern Java developers.
Apache Camel is a very popular integration library that works very well with microservice architecture. This talk introduces you to Apache Camel and how you can easily get started with Camel on your computer.
This 7 minute video overview gives you a demo of the key features of the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform, bringing you through the user interface and explaining the flow of features that can be used in building mobile apps and deploying them to mobile devices.
The fabric8 projects ships with a fully integrated API Manager called 'Apiman'. Apiman is a central management system that can manage all your APIs and publish them on one or more standalone gateways.
Microservices sometimes need more than REST for scaling and performance and Message-oriented Middleware seems like an ideal fit. However, traditional Enterprise Message Brokers are pretty static, and are poor at providing the elasticity required for cloud deployments.