BADASS MICROSERVICES - DEPLOY, BUILD & SCALE YOUR APPS WITH PAYARA MICRO
(Quickie x 2)
Building on the Java EE 7 support of its GlassFish 4.1 core Payara Micro is a super-lightweight container for you to deploy your applications from the command line without needing to install a full-blown application server. With its automatic and elastic clustering, it is designed for running Java EE applications in a modern containerized/virtualized infrastructure. As each Payara Micro server will automatically cluster with other servers on the network your Java EE application can be elastically scaled horizontally by adding and removing containers based on demand.
In this talk, Navin Surtani will demonstrate the ease of deployment of applications and services to Payara Micro, along with showing how simple it is to build and scale a cluster of instances running these services.
FIXING PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS WITH SOMEONE ELSE'S TOOLBOX
A lot of people know the basics of performance testing, but most will have a vague knowledge at best centered around one or two favourite tools which are always available. What happens when these tools are taken away? How do you apply your knowledge to other tools in a useful way?
JAVA EE MICROSERVICES - THE PAYARA WAY
Microservices are the latest new-but-not-really-new thing that developers are talking about, and the Java EE world is no exception. In this short talk, Mike will use some new features of Payara that bring the power of Hazelcast to Java EE microservices, while still keeping the overall footprint incredibly low.
About Mike Croft
Mike ( @croft ) has extensive experience in working directly with customers and their middleware. He began his career at IBM, supporting WebSphere ESB, and now works with all Java middleware products from GlassFish through Oracle WebLogic to Apache Tomcat.
He specialises in Java EE application servers and enjoys hacking new, bleeding edge technology.
Mike loves community focused software and will ask anyone who will listen to contribute to Payara on Github. He is happiest when he's outside; running, climbing trees, climbing mountains, snowboarding back down mountains, or just spending a worrying amount of time on puzzle games.
About Navin Surtani
Navin Surtani ( @navssurtani ) is a Payara Engineer and C2B2 Consultant with a strong background in Java EE. Navin has worked on open source projects at Red Hat since 2008 and contributed to WildFly, Infinispan and Hibernate Search. He’s now furthering his open source application servers knowledge working with GlassFish, Payara Server and Payara Micro. When not hacking, Navin spends his time playing cricket and is learning to play the air-guitar.