The “developing under the GDPR” narrative is still not over. A big part of the developer world is still trying to figure out how to interpret the regulation. We caught up with freelance consultant and developer Michiel Rook to talk about the key concepts of GDPR and its implications in event sourcing.
“There’s an upcoming battle between what we see with microservices nowadays and the role of serverless”
Integrating microservices and taming distributed systems is hard. We caught up with Bernd Rücker, developer advocate & co-founder of Camunda to discuss the top drivers for adopting microservices, the expanding universe of microservices and more.
What solutions can ManagedBlocker provide for the Fork/Join framework? How can you reduce wasted CPU cycles? Dr. Heinz Kabutz gives us answers to these questions and more.
What is Eclipse MicroProfile and what does it have to offer to the community of Java developers? Join Emily Jiang as she offers us an introduction to Eclipse MicroProfile and its goals.
Got any brilliant ideas about Java, DevOps, microservices or emerging technologies? We can’t wait to hear them! JAX London is looking for papers and presenters for the 2018 conference in October.
Oracle will increase the release cadence of Java SE to every six months. However, it seems that the six-month cadence will impact more than just Oracle’s plans. JAXenter editor Hartmut Schlosser talked with Stephen Colebourne about all this and more.
How do you measure a successful DevOps adoption? What kinds of metrics do you need to monitor, what benchmarks do you need to meet? We talked with JAX London speaker Anders Wallgren about continuous development, microservices, and how we can be better at DevOps.
No one could have seen blockchain coming. Now that it’s here, blockchain has the potential to completely reinvent the world of financial transactions, as well as other industries. In this interview, we talked to JAX London speaker Brian Behlendorf about the past, present, and future of this emerging technology.
Microservices may be a trendy architecture style right now, but they’re a flexible, yet solid foundation for software. In this interview, JAX London speaker Kai Tödter describes some of the advantages and disadvantages of microservices. Plus, he explains why cloud computing is a natural support for a microservices architecture.
The entire production process hates you, from the machines and the networks to the very users you’re trying to help. We talked to JAX London speaker Russ Miles about why production hates you, and how you can turn this pain into an advantage.
Implementing a continuous delivery pipeline is not trivial, and the introduction of container technology to the development stack can introduce additional challenges and requirements. We talked to Daniel Bryant, CTO of SpectoLabs and speaker at the upcoming JAX London conference, about the challenges, tradeoffs, and impact of bringing together containers and CD.
In this presentation, JAX London speaker Monica Beckwith talks about GC Performance Engineering while providing GC facts and examples. She also discusses various OpenJDK HotSpot GC algorithms and provides advice on this topic.
How do we design software so it doesn’t fail? Are we responsible for reliability? In this interview, JAX London speaker Kevlin Henney explains why we all need to work together and reveals why software reliability is more than just a business decision.