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at Munich Airport
Price: 357€ (19% MwSt. [VAT] included)
Streaming, events and batch processing are popular technologies and often misused as a better "RPC".
In this workshop we will focus on killer use cases, as well as planning, architecting and designing streaming, messaging, batch / microbatch systems.
Java EE / MicroProfile knowledge (I will use Java EE concepts to explain streaming and messaging).
- What is Streaming?
- Messaging vs. Streaming / JMS vs. Kafka
- Why streaming will significantly impact your architecture
- Killer streaming, batch processing and event store use cases
- Streams vs. Tables
- Thinking in event streams
- MicroProfile Reactive Stream Operators
- MicroProfile Reactive Messaging
- CQRS architectures
- Topics, Queues, Consistency, Transactions and Persistence
- Change Data Capture (CDC)
- Java 8+ streams vs. streaming
- From batches, microbatches to streaming
- Stream processing and integrations
- Possible Machine Learning integrations
- Kafka Consumers / Producers, Streaming and KSQL
- Apache Kafka, Apache Pulsar and Co.
- Apache Spark, Apache Flink
- Apache Kafka scalability, consistency and load balancing
- Under the hood of kafka, pulsar, flink and spark
- Kafka load balancing, HA and MicroProfile / Jakarta EE integration
- Apache Kafka Monitoring
- relational DBs and NoSQL vs. persistent event stores
- Debezium and DB integration
- Reactive programming and stream integration
- Scalability and consistency challenges
- Clustering and replication techniques
- Integration with traditional application servers and MicroProfile runtimes
- ...and most popular questions, topics and technologies from airhacks.tv
- (... additional topics are in the queue)
In this advanced workshop I would like to explain the most significant features with working code and prepared examples. As a reference, you will get a GIT repository with all snippets and solutions, as well as prepared sample applications.
Environment requirements / prerequisites.
I/we will spend 90% of the time in code.
Feel free to contact me / register via email: workshops[-AT-] adam-bien.com