They have been considered disconnected from enterprise needs for a long-time given the limited reach of the reactive ecosystem. Reactive Systems are essential to build a microservices architecture: event-driven, resilient and scalable.
Now, all of this is changing with Spring Framework, Spring Boot and Reactor.
Come spend the day with the Pivotal Reactor team and learn how you can play the Reactive game with Spring, understand the core values of Reactive Systems and find a profitable use of those innovations. In your future software architecture designs, for your needs of today and tomorrow, you can count on the Reactive Spring stack to support your vision!
|9:30-10:00||Arrivals & Registration|
|10:00-10:30||The Reactive Journey from the User Interface to the Database|
|10:30-11:15||The Value of Reactive|
|11:25-12:00||Diagnostic Utilities (Debug Agent & Block Hound)|
|12:30-13:15||Reactive Web 101: WebFlux, WebClient, and Reactor Netty|
|13:15-14:00||Relational Data Access (R2DBC)|
|14:10-14:55||Reactive Communications with RSocket|
|Stéphane Maldini (@smaldini)
Stephane likes to talk about himself in the third person and is always way too early adopting practices or technologies. He is a very average programmer and engineering lead with even more subpar bio writing skills. Sometimes he creates open-source projects for an exclusive audience looking for pragmatic but still edgy solutions.
|Simon Baslé (@simonbasle)
Reactor Core Engineer
Simon is a Software Engineer at Pivotal, on project Reactor. Before working on the core reactive library, he made a foray into the reactive world as a former maintainer of the Couchbase reactive Java driver.
Simon's interests include OOP, coding tools and best practices, open source, concurrent programming and of course reactive programming.
|Violeta Georgieva (@violeta_g_g)
Principal Software Engineer
Violeta has more than 15 years of experience with Web containers and applications. She is a committer in several open source projects. She has been working at Pivotal for the last three years, focusing on Reactor Netty, Servlet 3.1/Reactive Streams bridge, reactive WebSocket client and server, and WebFlux performance.
|Sergei Egorov (@bsideup)
Reactor Core Engineer
Sergei works at Pivotal on Project Reactor in Berlin, Germany. He is an active member of the Open Source community, member of the Apache Foundation, co-maintainer of the Testcontainers project, and a contributor to various OSS projects (Apache Groovy, Testcontainers, JBoss Modules, Spring Boot, to name a few), likes to share the knowledge and was presenting at different conferences and meetups in Russia, Germany, Ukraine, Norway, Denmark, Spain, and Estonia. He is passionate about DevOps topics, clouds, and infrastructure. Before Pivotal, he was working at Vivy, N26, Zalando, ZeroTurnaround, TransferWise, and other startups.
Ben Hale (@nebhale)
In addition to his efforts on Cloud Foundry, Ben is the creator of the R2DBC reactive database spec and the CNCF Cloud Native Buildpacks spec. He’s a long time member of the Spring Framework and Project Reactor teams and a contributor to the RSocket project.
Adib Saikali (@asaikali)
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