JAX London 2019 program preview: Java, Microservices, DevOps & more
The program for JAX London 2019 offers a preview of just some of the sessions and workshops that will be available. It offers eight tracks, exploring topics such as Java, Microservices, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and Cloud Infrastructure. This four-day conference runs from October 7-10, 2019 in the Business Design Centre in London.
JAX London runs from October 7 – 10, 2019. This four-day long conference brings together innovators from the fields of Java, microservices, continuous delivery, and DevOps.
The program now offers a sneak peak of just some of the sessions and workshops.
JAX London 2019 offers seven available tracks. Here is a preview of what’s on the program so far.
Good old Java got some new moves! It might be 22 years old; but it`s still turning the software world around.This track interprets Java to our ever new surrounding. Sync your skillset to the requirements of the future of Java programming.
- Which Free Java to Choose in 2019 by Martijn Verburg
- The Java Module System in Practice by Serban Iordache
- Kotlin Pearls — Live Coding by Uberto Barbini
Building software is hard. Especially now that we are shifting towards new paradigms such as the cloud, serverless architectures, or highly available and resilient systems. In the Software Architecture & Design track you’ll learn how to handle today’s technology challenges and gain insight into the dos and don’ts, ups and downs of modern software architecture. Caution: Since good software architecture relies on working communication, there will be soft skills in this track.
- What Makes a Good API? by Phil Wilkins
- How to Manage State in Apache Kafka by Ben Abramson
- Building Applications Securely by Eoin Woods
Grain down your monolith. As modularity takes big steps on the world, you should transform with microservices. Explore how to plan for modularity, what patterns to apply, which framework to use and finally, how to keep evolving. Comprehend the advantage of architecting with composable parts.
- Creating a Cloud-native Microservice – Which Programming Model Should I Use? by Emily Jiang
- Fantastic Performance and Where to Find It by Dr. Richard Warburton
- Implementing Microservices on a Blockchain in Java by Peter Lawrey
Agile methodologies in software engineering have been brought into the mainstream. They are the reason why teams are much more powerful, but with solutions come new challenges that need creative solutions. At the same time, the agile virus is infecting more and more departments of digital-oriented organizations —its reach has exceeded the boundaries of software engineering and can now be found in a plethora of industries. Do you know what it means to create an agile company culture and promote agile values? We’re offering you a sneak peek into the changes that have shaped the corporate culture and a helping hand with the process of becoming fully agile.
DevOps’ transformative power derives from the fact that it’s simultaneously occurring on a technological, procedural, and cultural level. Aligning business, development, and operations leads to extraordinary new heights of high performance and agility. Get deep insights in the lessons learned from the pioneers of the DevOps movement!
- Modern Development — How Containers are Changing Everything by Steve Poole
- Beyond Continuous Delivery: Learn, Adapt, Improve by Michiel Rook
- Troubleshooting Real Production Problems by Ram Lakshmanan
Application developers have entered a new era with the advent of cloud technology. After decades of being isolated, it’s now vital for developers to integrate the relevant architectural structures like containers, cloud platforms, and going serverless into a modern tech infrastructure. New tools are added by the day to the developer’s toolbox, from deployment and security to monitoring and management. This track is all about these new platforms and tools, and it is tailored for the experienced Java developer and software architect.
- Distributed Configuration Management with Nomad by Dr. James Rasell
- JVMs in Containers, Towards a Perfect Symbiosis! by David Delabassee
- Cloud Native Communication: Using Ambassador and Consul Connect with Java Apps by Dr. Daniel Bryant
Blockchain has shown an astonishing growth trajectory in the past few years and has undoubtedly revolutionized quite a few sectors, including finance, healthcare, business, and the list goes on. Join the blockchain track if you wish to dive deeper into this technology and learn how to design a high-performance blockchain in Java. Would you like to dip your toes into the Ethereum blockchain? This track includes a step-by-step guide which teaches you how to build applications using public blockchain technology – specifically the Ethereum blockchain. Interested in the dos and don’ts when building a blockchain solution? Do you want to learn the ABCs of enterprise blockchain solutions? Then this track is for you.
JAX London 2019 workshop preview
- Hands-on Cloud-native Java with MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio by Emily Jiang
- Cool Web Apps with Spring Boot, Angular and TypeScript by Kai Tödter
More information about the program yet to come with additional sessions.