XSS-6450 Introduction to Data Streaming | Devoxx

Introduction to Data Streaming


cldops Cloud, Container et Scalabilité débutant
  mercredi 09:30 - 12:30

Dealing with real-time, in-memory, streaming data is a unique challenge and with the advent of the smartphone and IoT (trillions of internet connected devices), we are witnessing an exponential growth in data at scale. Learning how to implement architectures that handle real-time streaming data, where data is flowing constantly, and combine it with analysis and instant search capabilities is key for developing robust and scalable services and applications. In this university session, we will look at how to implement an architecture like this, using reactive open source frameworks. An architecture based on the Swiss rail transport system will be used throughout the university.

Technologies: Java (attendees must be comfortable with Java 8), Infinispan, Eclipse Vert.x, Apache Kafka, OpenShift.

 data streaming    Vert.x    Red Hat OpenShift  
La salle sera affectée entre 24 et 72h avant la conférence
Clement Escoffier Clement Escoffier

Who am I? That’s a good question. I had several professional lives, from academic positions to management. Currently, I’m working for Red Hat as Vert.x core developer. I have been involved in projects and products touching many domains and technologies such as OSGi, mobile app development, continuous delivery, DevOps… My main point of interest? Software engineering, so processes, methods, tools that make the development of software more efficient and also more fun. I’m also an active contributor to many open source projects such as Apache Felix, iPOJO, Wisdom Framework, and obviously, Eclipse Vert.x. 

Galder Zamarreño Galder Zamarreño

Galder is one of the founding engineers of Infinispan, Red Hat's distributed in-memory data grid store. He is responsible for the client/server architecture and has recently been implementing a Node.js client. A seasoned conference presenter, Galder is on a mission to promote Infinispan wherever he goes. He's always happy to learn new technologies and programming languages to apply in live coding demos. He's particularly keen on functional programming related technologies, having used Scala since 2009 and Haskell more recently.

TBA : To be announced / Salle non affectée