Ana is Java Champion, Architect, co-founder of Bucharest Software Craftsmanship Community, and a constant adopter of challenging technical scenarios involving Java-based frameworks and multiple cloud providers. She is an active supporter of technical communities’ growth through knowledge sharing and enjoys curating content for conferences as a program committee member. To learn more about/from her, follow her on Twitter @ammbra1508.
Over time, different people will work on a distributed system to maintain its current behavior and adapt the solution to new use cases; all these team members should work productively. Join this session to find out some techniques to calm those noisy loggers, avoid memory leaks, or have better control over your endpoints' response time; all these crafted to effectively maintain your Quarkus baked microservices.
Working with Kubernetes for some time or you just started your journey?
If you love automation and dislike having to perform repetitive tasks manually, you have come across concepts of Helm charts and Kubernetes operators. Although they solve similar types of problems, they are not exactly interchangeable tools, but rather complementary. During this session I will highlight which to use and when by sharing several code based examples and lessons learned.
Is your Java app consuming the server’s whole memory and taking minutes to boot? And then, even more time to redeploy? Get rid of your 25-year-old Java jokes and learn Quarkus, the supersonic, subatomic Java.
Join us in this mini-lab to build resilient Java apps with small memory footprints, boot in milliseconds, and help you have instantaneous save/refresh coding sessions. Learn about the superpowers that Quarkus has to improve your productivity when working with Kubernetes and more. The world has changed, and Java changed with Quarkus, too. Upgrade your skills with us!