SMW-4629 Reactive Microservices with Micronaut | Devoxx

Devoxx Belgium 2018
from Monday 12 November to Friday 16 November 2018.

   Reactive Microservices with Micronaut

Conference

Server Side Java
Server Side Java
Intermediate level
Room 5 Thursday from 10:40 til 11:30

Micronaut is a new JVM-based, full-stack framework for building modular, easily testable microservice applications. Unlike reflection-based IoC frameworks, which load and cache metadata information for all your code, Micronaut provides advanced dependency injection and AOP support at compilation time. As a result, your application startup time and memory usage are reduced to a minimum, regardless of the the size of your codebase.

In an era of microservices and cloud computing, Micronaut incorporates support for cloud-friendly reliability patterns - from load balancing and circuit breakers to shared configuration and service discovery - and makes these features available and easily configurable from within your application. From the ground up, Micronaut applications are "natively" cloud-native.

In this talk you'll learn the basics of the framework and how to build reactive microservices - with minimal code and maximum simplicity - using Micronaut.

MicroServices   Reactive Streams  
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Iván López
Iván López
From Object Computing, Inc. (OCI)

Iván is a Software Engineer and Systems Administrator with 14 years of experience. He is a member of the Grails and Micronaut teams at Object Computing, Inc. (OCI). He discovered Grails 8 years ago and since then he develops almost exclusively using Groovy and Java. He is the creator of some Grails plugins like Postgresql-Extensions and Slug-Generator.

He's also the coordinator of the Madrid Groovy User Group (@madridgug), the organizer of the Greach Conference (http://greachconf.com) and a frequent speaker at conferences like SpringOne 2GX, GR8Conf, Greach, Codemotion, GeeCon, Spring IO, RigaDevDays, JavaCro,...


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