In this session Paul will discuss Oracle's offerings in the areas of microservices. These include the converged database which offers support for different data models and workloads in the same database while still providing the isolation appropriate for microservices. It also includes a new Oracle Backend for Spring Boot platform that makes it easy for Java developers using Spring Boot to set up and deploy a backend for dev/test/prod with just one click and automatically generate and bind Kubernetes, database, and messaging resources as well as observability for microservices in a single command thus enabling developers, DevOps, and Data engineers/DBAs, to easily build, deploy, monitor, and tune modern enterprise applications at scale. Finally, Paul will discuss advanced features that have been developed in the database messaging and transaction systems, such as transactional messaging and a saga coordinator, to handle the unique and complex requirements of event-driven data-centric microservices.
-- Speaker: Paul Parkinson
Paul is an Architect and Developer Advocate for Modern App Dev and Microservices at Oracle where he has worked for 20 years. His focus includes data and transaction processing, observability, and polyglot data models, languages, and frameworks, etc. as well as XR. The 17 years prior to this position he was the Transaction Processing Dev Lead for the Mid-tier and Microservices (including WebLogic and Helidon) and Spec Lead for the JTA Specification. He holds 20+ patents, has given numerous presentations and written numerous workshops. He has been programming for 40 years - programming in Java since the day it was released until today.
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