This evening we will fully focus on Java in a cloud-native world. Julian and Michael will tell you everything about Java on AWS Lambda and Quarkus.
This Tech Talk is live at the Capgemini Office in Utrecht Leidsche Rijn. *Dinner will be included, so please let us know if you will be attending, so we can avoid food waste.
17:30 – 18:30 Dinner
18:30 – 18:35 Welcome
18:35 – 19:05 Optimizing Java on AWS Lambda
19:05 – 19:35 Quarkus - Superduper Supersonic Subatomic JAVA
19:35 – 19:40 Final remarks
19:40 Discussion & Drinks
Let’s face it Java has a bad name when it comes to AWS Lambda. Java's slow startup time makes it problematic for people looking to develop with Java on AWS lambda or or on Serverless in General. This talk shows you how to optimize the Java experience on AWS Lambda and make Java work well as a Serverless platform
#About: Julian Exenberger
Julian is a Software Architect at Capgemini with a passion for technology. Besides having worked far too long in Java he has worked in everthing from VB to Objective-C to Ruby-on-Rails, lately he has become quite a Kotlin afficiando, Cloud-Native development veteran and Lean enthusiast. When he's not behind a computer you can catch him reading, writing or wood-working or just spending time with the family.
Quarkus is really getting momentum these days because it enables developers to create applications for a modern, cloud-native world. Quarkus is a Kubernetes-native Java framework that uses the best breed of libraries and practices to solve complex Java development problems in the micro-services world. Quarkus was developed with you "The Developer" in mind, meaning the learning curve on this framework is easy.
#About: Michael Strydom
Michael is a Software Architect at Capgemini. Having majority of his experience in Systems Integration, SOA patterns and ofcourse Java. In his spare time he enjoys playing with all things new in IT (Cloud, IOT and Automation) and electronics (Robotics, Raspberry Pi etc.). He has a love for all things back-end related and leaves the front-end work for those that love selfies and man-buns.