by Alberto Salazar
This Year I am going to participate in the great DevNexus Conference organized by the Atlanta JUG. During the last years, I participate in several conferences explaining about, how hard it is to move a Monolithic application with several years of code to a modern style of Architecture or Architecture patterns.
In this session, attendees will learn about a real-world evolution to a Distributed Architecture without being involved of a complete Microservices Madness; taking in place clean code practices and patterns that will help us in this evolution.
Also, I will be covering tips and tricks of an experience of an evolution of a huge EAR Core Banking Application and how we evolve to a modern distributed Architecture.
And finally, I give a review of the evolution of using 3rd party services and Serverless; tips, tricks, pros, cons and the reasons for being involved in move forward.
You will find some sample code as FaaS and explain the pitfalls of Serverless and the security concerns on this evolution. I will be using snippets code based on JAVA, JWT, JWS, Auth0, Spring Boot and Webflux on Oracle Cloud and Spring Cloud Functions on Amazon Lambdas.
If you want to get a cool T-Shirt, participate as me writing a blog or posting a video, for more information follow the link below:
#earnthatshirt Calling ALL Devnexus participants, you can get & wear your very own #OSSRRR t-shirt during the OpenSource R³ Jam Party by writing a blog post.— devnexus (@devnexus) February 8, 2019
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Java Professional with more than 17 years experience creating Java architectures for large scalable, high transaction load systems since J2EE 1.3 and receltly honored as Java Champion, Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador and Auth0 Ambassador .
Java Champion, JugLeader, Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador, Auth0Ambassador & JCPMember.Founder Java Users Group Ecuador and Javaday Ecuador Conference. Speaker at world class conferences such as: JavaOne, Oracle Code, Redhat Summit, Oracle Code Latam Tour, Oracle OTN LAD and locally ECUADOR Java Users Group.
I also start evangelize Java between 2006 to 2010 like an official trainner of SUN Microsystems, Inc. Of the certification java path like: SL-285 Developing Applications With the Java SE Platform, FJ-310 Developing Applications for the Java EE Platform, SL-314 Web Component Development with Servlet and JSP Technologies.
Certified as: Oracle Certified Master Java EE5 Enterprise Architect Step1. Sun Certified Programmer for the Java Platform Standard Edition 5. Sun Certified Professional. SOA Certified Profesional, Apache Service Mix & Apache Camel Advanced Developer Advaced Integration and more....