Jun 16

“Caching is a well known and understood pattern to address scaling problems. Depending on the challenges your application is facing, it might mean a little more than just putting a cache in front of your system of record. This session will take you on a tour through the different ways you can use Ehcache, the de facto standard caching solution in the Java space, to scale your application. Whether you need to scale reads or writes to your database, deal with millions to billions of cache entries or you require a lot of computation power to actually use that data, Ehcache provides you with the tools to bring your application to the next level. Initially introduced to provide a second-level cache for Hibernate, Ehcache has since grown a very long set of features: transactional and searchable caches, cache writers and loaders, support for replication and clustering… and the list goes on. Not only will these features be presented, but we will also show how you can use them today to solve real-world issues.”

Wyświetlenia :1280

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , , , ,

Jun 16

“Graph Databases can solve problems that your normal database struggle with. These can be hard problems, and not all of them were mentioned as graph problems in your CS classes. Using a Graph Database correctly can save the day, and make you look like a super star among your peers. Find out what a Graph Database can do for you. You might not have a classic «graph problem», but a Graph Database might still be a good solution for your data. Learn what problems Graph Databases solve, how to use one, and most importantly when to use a Graph Database. All of this with concrete examples using the Neo4j Graph Database. With this talk, we want to show you what kinds of data are at the sweet spot of Graph Databases, how to structure your database to reap the benefits of graphy data, teach you how to know when to use a Graph Database, and the fundaments of how to do so, show you real application examples on the Neo4j Graph Database.”

Wyświetlenia :2003

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , , , ,

Jun 16

“ActiveMQ is the most popular messaging platform in use today. It’s deployed in many enterprises, driving business critical applications. This talk will walk you through all you need to know about enterprise messaging and ActiveMQ features that supports it. You’ll learn about fault tolerance, high availability and clustering of ActiveMQ broker. Next, the focus will be on common broker network topologies and performance tuning tips. Finally we’ll dive a bit into the future of ActiveMQ and see what to expect from coming releases.”

Wyświetlenia :3248

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: ,

Jun 16

“Apache Camel is getting more and more attraction in the open source space as an integration framework. For that reason this talk is about how integration can be made much easier, flexible and accessible for developer by implementing Apache Camel. Hear why popular open source projects such as Akka, Activiti, Drools, Grails, ServiceMix, Smooks, and various ESB servers have chosen to integration Camel out of the box in their distributions. We start from the beginning, ‘Why’ and ‘How’ Apache Camel got started. Then we see the influence of the Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) has upon Apache Camel. Showing how this applies in practice with easy to understand examples, highlighting the simplicity and power of Apache Camel. Integrating becomes literally as simple as building routes in ‘lego style’ by wiring together EIP patterns, processes and transports. This is done using the Camel DSL, which comes in multiple flavors such as Java, XML, Groovy and Scala. We then give you an overview of the other features Apache Camel provides out of the box and as well which option you have for running your Apache Camel applications. After this we shift focus to cover the Camel community showing the rising popularity of Apache Camel. As well as touching other open source projects which leverage Apache Camel in any way.”

Wyświetlenia :1478

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , ,

Jun 16

“Get introduced to the Vaadin framework by one of its core developers. The Vaadin provides a desktop-like programming model on the server for creating Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) in plain Java – without the need for HTML, XML, plug-ins or JavaScript. In this session, Joonas lays out the key concepts of the server-side RIA development model and compares it to client-side RIA. To demonstrate the use of framework, an example application is developed during the session step-by-step. The presentation is concluded with pointers on how to start developing your own applications with Apache-licensed Vaadin-framework. You’ll learn how to create a desktop like web application in Java, difference between page oriented, client-side RIA and server-side RIA architectures, how Vaadin can be extended with Google Web Toolkit.”

Wyświetlenia :1616

written by Krzysztof Kędziorski \\ tags: , , ,

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