Microservices are already a popular architecture for new applications, particularly with the modern need for applications to be cloud-native and light enough for the Internet of Things. One of the key challenges of breaking up monoliths into microservices is orchestration. This tutorial looks at some of the brand-new features and APIs in Java EE 8 that can help and presents an interactive Raspberry Pi-based demo that shows how easily messaging can be made cloud-ready with JCA connectors.
|Ondrej Mihalyi||Service engineer||Payara Services|
|Mike Croft||Java Consultant||Payara Services Ltd|
|Introductory||Tutorial||Java, Cloud, and Server-Side Development|
So my first talk of the day and of JavaOne. I’m curious. It’s a small crowd here. But hidden gems are sometimes found. Something is going wrong. No screen and stuff am about to walk out. Will give it 5 more minutes.
He is started but de demo heavyness has been cancelled I think because of connection problems.
- docker was a baby
- Wildfly was still JBoss AS (no swarm)
- before spring boot
- no websphere liberty profile
- docker is now the dominant container format
- WildFly have fully product-ized Swarm
- Spring boot have now been making jars not wars for a few years now
- IBM released Open Liberty
- Payara entered the fray and released Payara Micro
- Eclipse MicroProfile is established and progressing
- jax-rs now has a reactive profile
But no demo DAMN