Ondrej Mihalyi, Payara Support Engineer, will be speaking at the Oredev conference running in Malmo, Sweden, 6-10 November.
5 Ways to Improve your Java EE Applications in a Reactive Way
- You will learn how to apply reactive concepts in practice
- You will learn when and why to build reactive applications and why not
- We'll talk about the difficulties with reactive and asynchronous programming
- You will see live how the performance of a complex application can be gradually improved with reactive approach
Have you wondered how you can improve the performance of your applications under high load? You probably heard that reactive design can help meet better response times and make your applications more flexible. I will show you that you don’t need to rewrite your Java EE applications from scratch to achieve that.
We’ll go through 5 ways how to reuse the knowledge of Java EE and Java 8 to improve your existing applications with a reactive design. We’ll apply them to a big production-like application step by step, walking through the code and demonstrating live. In the end, we’ll compare how much the performance and user experience can be improved. All that without learning a new framework or library, and limiting the amount of changes in the application source code to a bare minimum.
About Ondrej Mihalyi
Ondrej (@omihalyi) is a software developer and consultant specializing in combining standard and proven tools to solve new and challenging problems. He's been developing in Java and Java EE for 9 years. As a Scrum Master and experienced Java EE developer he's helped companies to build and educate their development teams, improve their development processes and be flexible and successful in meeting client requirements. He loves working with Java EE community and would welcome anyone to contribute to Payara, as well as to any other open source project in the Java EE ecosystem.
For the full schedule of the conference and to register visit the Oredev website here.