May 2019 - Infinite Streams, Hot Fluxes, Live Queries and Tailable Cursor Brian Matthews
Returning to the Oracle Dublin Java User Group on Thursday 2nd May is Búraló Technologies' Brian Matthews. He is currently consulting at Synchronoss Technologies working remotely from the comfort of his home in Rostov-on-Don, Russia.
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19:00 - Infinite Streams, Hot Fluxes, Live Queries, and Tailable Cursor
In Brian's talk Infinite Streams, Hot Fluxes, Live Queries, and Tailable Cursor, learn how to use Spring frameworks to stream data direct from the tables of relational and non-relational databases and combining it with third party web services. You will see how reactive streams tie together Spring WebFlux, Spring R2DBC and React/JS. He will show you a sample project that demonstrates using NoSQL (Cassandra, Redis, Mongo & Couchbase) or RDBMS (Postgres, H2, MSSQL) as backed repositories.
We will leverage Spring WebFlux, Spring Data, RD2DBC, and ReactJS to create a multi-user/multi-lingual chat application
20:30 - Look, no HTTP!
Learn about the RSocket protocol and how it can be use as an alternative to HTTP for communication between micro-services or for streaming.
Brian Matthews is a consultant with Búraló Technologies where he develops cloud-native applications using Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Java from the comfort of home in Rostov-on-Don, Russia.
Originally from Dublin and has Brian has spent nearly 30 years working for organizations in the financial services, telecommunications and high technology sectors in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
You can follow him on twitter at @bmatthews68
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