Building Reactive Microservices with Spring Boot 2.0
For the DubJUG May event we welcome back Brian Matthews, long term DubJUG member and now JUG leader in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, to present on building reactive micro-services using the soon to be released 2.0 version of Spring Boot, along with Cloud Native applications.
Doors 18:15 / Talks Start 19:00. .
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Talk 1 - Reactive micro-services with Spring Boot
Spring Boot is an opinionated Java framework for creating standalone production ready applications and services with minimal effort. Brian will demonstrate how you easily can create a production-ready reactive web service using Spring Boot 2.0 and a NoSQL database complete.
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Talk 2 - Cloud Native micro-services with Spring Cloud & Spring Boot
Cloud Native is an approach to building applications that can be deployed to the Cloud. Brian will show how to deploy ad configure your micro-services to Cloud Foundry and wire it up to cloud monitoring and data storage systems.
Brian Matthews is a consultant with (Búraló Technologies)[https://www.buralo.com] 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.
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