Years go by and there are still many myths behind the reality of a microservices architecture. Let's review the bases and those myths through experiences of how it has been implemented, or of course! And one of the ways to implement it without a doubt is through JakartaEE.
With the impact on the ecosystem following the migration of the javax package to Jakarta on Jakarta EE 9 and support for Java SE 11 on Jakarta EE 9.1, this session covers recommendations and strategies to help you navigate the migration process to Jakarta EE 9.1 using Apache TomEE.
Real world microservices use a lot of technologies besides chassis, like data persistence and IoC, obligating Java architects to repeat themselves assembling projects. From field experience this talk exposes the benefits of combining projects like Eclipse JKube, Deltaspike in convenient archetypes
In this talk, we review how to migrate a monolithic application to a microservices application, the process involved in it, and the keys to making a process successful. Start with exposing a monolithic application to later explain how to do the migration to the microservices application using Payara
Join me on this talk where I will showcase how you can rely on Okta (identity management solution) and the Eclipse MicroProfile API to simplify the security aspects of your applications by doing a live demonstration of securing enterprise Java Microservices under 40 minutes!
We are proud to say that the sessions and keynotes for JakartaOne Livestream Event are chosen by an independent program committee made up of volunteers from the Jakarta® EE and Cloud Native Java community!