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User Group UK

Title:
Eclipse MicroProfile: Optimising Enterprise Java for a microservices architecture
Stream:
Microservices/Docker (7)
Speakers:
Emily Jiang
Abstract:
Enterprise Java technologies like Java EE have evolved with the industry for nearly two decades to support distributed application architectures based on RMI/IIOP, Web Services, and REST. The MicroProfile is the next step in that evolution.
In June 2016, IBM joined RedHat, Payara, Tomitribe and LJC, and launched a new community called MicroProfile, which is to offer a platform for developers, the communities and vendors to collaborate how to best build on JavaEE to make it ideal for microservices.
Come to this session to know more about MicroProfile; how WebSphere Application Server Liberty supporting MicroProfile; how IBM leading in this space by defining the new Java programming models for microservices such as Config; a live demo on show casing MicroProfile conference application (consisting of 5 microservices running on multiple JavaEE servers including WebSphere Liberty).
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Bio:

Emily Jiang:

Emily Jiang is MicroProfile Development Lead and CDI Architect for WebSphere Application Server and works for IBM. Based at IBM's Hursley laboratory in the UK, she has worked on WebSphere Application Server since 2006 and contributed significantly towards JavaEE 7 support in WebSphere Application Server releases. She is an influential member of MicroProfile (defining microservice programming models), OSGi Enterprise Expert Group (CDI and EJB integration in OSGi) and CDI Expert Group (contributing CDI 2.0 specification). Emily is currently leading the effort to define Config and Fault Tolerance programming models to be used by microservices in MicroProfile.io.

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