Kenji Hasunma (Payara Support Engineer) will be speaking at the Japan Java User Group spring conference. JJUG is Japan's largest Java community event to be held twice a year in the spring and autumn. With high-quality sessions on Java related technologies and examples being held, and it is also a place for Java engineers working in different fields to gather together.
He will introduce Metrics which is one of the APIs provided by Eclipse MicroProfile. Metrics was created to provide REST-based service monitoring capabilities and it can be a good choice as a substitute for complex and restrictive remote JMX, and as an easy-to-use monitoring framework.
Metrics itself is finished in a simple and general-purpose API, it can be applied to various uses depending on ideas, not to mention the original service monitoring. He would like to begin the introduction to Metrics from the perspective of "enjoyable mechanism" beyond the boundaries of the monitoring API.
You can read more about Kenji's talk and the JJUG here.
About Kenji Hasunuma:
Kenji is a support engineer for Payara and is well respected in the Japanese Java industry. He is also the chair of the GlassFish Users Group Japan.