Java, Istio, Kubernetes, Docker - we invite you to IBM meetings in Moscow and St. Petersburg



    Hello, Habr!

    Finally, before the summer holidays, we decided to please our esteemed subscribers with a series of mitaps! Next week there will be as many as three! And not only in Moscow ...

    • June 19 at 18:00 (Moscow) at the IBM mitap office for Java technologies. We will have Java Champion, Sebastian Dashner . We will discuss the use of Java in the new cloud realities.
    • June 20 at 18:00 (Moscow) in the office of the IBM mitap for Service Mesh - Istio . They have long wanted to do it and here the main contributors of the project come to us. For example, Vadim Eisenberg is in the top 5 people - Istio contributors.
    • June 20 at 18:00 (St. Petersburg) - Sebastian Dashner will speak with Denis Tsyplakov at the DataArt venue on Java topics and microservice architectures

    For a detailed program and registration (the number of seats, unfortunately, is limited!) - see further!

    June 19 at 18:00 (Moscow) at the IBM mitap office for Java technologies
    Our guest will be the Java Champion Sebastian Daschner on June 19 at 18:00 in the office of IBM.

    Will we talk about what's happening with Java and application servers in the cloud era? Oracle introduces a fee for using Java on servers and workstations. Java EE turns into Jakarta EE. Often, developers use pure jvm-based solutions for deploying in containers in private and public clouds, saving resources by eliminating the usual JEE libraries from application servers.

    This time our guest will have a real Java Champion, noted on the Oracle Java site- Sebastian Dashner. He will talk about how to build applications using containers based on the OpenLiberty open application server, as well as the promising structure of the Java community (OpenJDK and AdoptOpenJDK, ...) and Jakarta EE, as well as the new MicroProfile standard for creating microservice applications .
    Sebastian Dashner will tell you how to build applications in terms of using containers based on the OpenLiberty open application server, as well as about the promising structure of the Java community (OpenJDK and AdoptOpenJDK, ...) and Jakarta EE, and the new MicroProfile standard for creating microservice applications.

    Sebastian daschnerSebastian Daschner
    Java Champion , author and instructor, Java development professional (including EE). He is the author of the bookThe architecture of modern Java EE applications . Sebastian participates in JCP, helps shape future Java EE standards, works in expert teams JAX-RS, JSON-P and Config and collaborates on various open source projects. For his contributions to the Java community and ecosystem, he was recognized as the Java Champion, Oracle and JavaOne Rockstar Developer Champion.
    In addition to Java, Sebastian is also an active user of Linux and container technologies such as Docker. He is the author of the blog ; he can be found on Twitter: @DaschnerS .

    Program


    17:30 - 18:00 Gathering of participants, welcome coffee
    18:00 - 18:45 OpenLiberty - an unknown jaguar among OpenSource application servers
    18:45 - 19:00 Questions and answers
    19:00 - 19:45 Development of Java-based microservice applications on OpenSource technologies (demo)
    19:45 - 20:00 Questions and Answers

    Registration for mitap on Java - Moscow - June 19 (Wed)

    June 20 at 18:00 (Moscow) at the office of IBM mitaps on Service Mesh - Istio
    We got together, got together, and finally got together! The first mitap on Istio (like no one else did?) June 20 in Moscow!

    Why do you have to spend time and come?


    • We will have guys from the Istio maintainer team! The IBM Research Lab in Haifa once developed the amalgam8 project, which later became Istio. And now one of the employees of the Laboratory (Vadim Eisenberg) is in the top 5 contributors of the entire Istio project!
    • Actually, the presence of experts from Haifa is already enough, but in addition to them we still have Phil Estes (Docker captain, IBM Distinguished Engineer).
    • And we will have stories about the process of adapting Istio to a “bloody enterprise”, at least from the guys from Sberbank.

    What will happen at the mitap:


    • Let’s talk about how Istio was created and why the service mesh direction appeared.
    • We will tell you what Istio / service mesh is.
    • Let's discuss when to use the service mesh, and when not.
    • Let’s see how Istio and Kubernetes compare.
    • Show live demo.

    Our speakers


    Vadim eisenberg
    Vadim Eisenberg , Lead Developer, Istio contributor, IBM Research Haifa

    Vita bortnikov
    Vita Bortnikov , Cloud and Blockchain Platforms, IBM Distinguished Engineer

    Phil estes
    Phil Estes , Docker Captain, IBM Distinguished Engineer

    Maxim Chudnovsky
    Maxim Chudnovsky , Lead IT Director, Sberbank - Technologies

    Program


    18:00 - 18:30 Istio service mesh concept and development history
    18:30 - 19:00 Istio architecture and main components
    19:00 - 19:30 Hints & tips working with Istio
    19:30 - 20:00 service mesh technologies in financial sector

    Registration for the meeting on Istio - Moscow - June 19 (Thu) .


    June 20 at 19:00 (St. Petersburg) - Java Guru meetup - on the DataArt platform on Java topics and microservice architectures


    IBM and DataArt bring two Java gurus to St. Petersburg. Sebastian Daschner , Java Champion, a Java development professional, and Denis Tsyplakov , Solutions Architect, DataArt Voronezh will speak at a special meeting on Java development .

    OpenLiberty is an unknown jaguar among OpenSource application servers


    The report is in English.

    OpenSource is becoming more and more a part of everyday and indispensable components of our life. This process is happening all over the world, including Russia. Why? Large vendors are moving towards OpenSource for simplicity and unification of deployment of solutions in the clouds.
    What happens with Java and application servers in the cloud era? Oracle introduces a fee for using Java on servers and workstations. Java EE turns into Jakarta EE. Often, developers use pure jvm-based solutions for deploying in containers in private and public clouds, saving resources by eliminating the usual JEE libraries from application servers.

    But what if the application server can be so light and so flexible that it will take advantage of the Enterprise Edition platforms in containers with minimal impact on the resources consumed? But what if we can make the application server the base platform for microservice architectures?

    I’ll tell you how to build applications using containers on the basis of the OpenLiberty open application server, as well as about the promising structure of the Java community (OpenJDK, AdoptOpenJDK, etc.), about Jakarta EE and the new MicroProfile standard for creating microservice applications.

    Sebastian Daschner


    Java Champion , author and instructor, Java development professional (including EE). He authored the book Architecture of Modern Java EE Applications . Sebastian participates in JCP, helps shape future Java EE standards, works in expert teams JAX-RS, JSON-P and Config and collaborates on various open source projects. For his contributions to the Java community and ecosystem, he was recognized as the Java Champion, Oracle and JavaOne Rockstar Developer Champion.

    In addition to Java, Sebastian is also an active user of Linux and container technologies such as Docker. He is the author of the blog and can be found on Twitter via @DaschnerS.

    Facebook in the zombie apocalypse


    Modern online services have a significant drawback. You do not own the data that you upload to them, do not control the distribution of this data. At any time, your account, in the development of which you have invested for years, can be disconnected from the service without giving any reason and hope for recovery.

    We will discuss what the Internet could be like if the development went according to the principle “data belongs to the user who created it, the service belongs to the user who uses it”.

    Since I am not a lawyer or a politician, but a Java architect, I will look at the problem from the technical side. What could be an alternative to the classical scheme “browser - web site - database” in the modern cloud world. Five years ago, all the alternatives looked weakly technically feasible, but now with the development of cloud services and technologies Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, it seems that at least technically there is an alternative.

    Denis Tsyplakov, Solutions Architect


    He started writing programs in the late 1980s, since the mid-1990s he has been engaged in professional programming. He wrote programs in more than 10 languages, but Java remains his favorite. Since 2006 he has been working at DataArt. Main interests in IT: creation of fault-tolerant services, pragmatic systems architecture, creative solution to non-trivial tasks.

    Program


    18:30 - 19:00 Gathering of participants, welcome coffee
    19:00 - 19:45 OpenLiberty - an unknown jaguar among OpenSource application servers , Sebastian Dashner.
    19:45 - 20:00 Questions and Answers
    20:00 - 20:10 Break
    20:10 - 20:50 Facebook in the conditions of the zombie apocalypse , Denis Tsyplakov.
    20:50 - 21:00 Questions and Answers

    Registration for the mitap in Java - St. Petersburg - June 20 .

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