Java for Kubernetes, J4K, free virtual event September 28, 2022
Published Sep 12 2022 10:45 AM 1,410 Views
Microsoft

Kubernetes-native apps are the future. Today's top developers build software with resiliency and resource efficiency in mind for any cloud environment. Network with community members and peers to learn about the latest Java innovations on Kubernetes.  It's a free, one-day online event, so attend a few sessions or stay on for the whole thing. 

 

Join us for a full day of sessions, including those presented my Microsoft Java product and Advocate teams, to help you gain valuable industry insights and vital job skills from the Java-4-Kubernetes community experts.

 

Microsoft's event schedule includes:

  • What's up at Eclipse Adoptium? -- by George Adams
  • Take the suckage out of Microservices with Container Apps -- by Rory Preddy
  • Secrets of Performance Tuning Java on Kubernetes -- by Bruno Borges
  • Deploying to Spring boot apps to Kubernetes with GitHub Actions and feature flags -- by Brian Benz and Stephanie Crater

 

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This year's keynote by Mark Little, VP of Engineering at Red Hat, will be on "Transactional Microservices in Kube-native Manner" where he dives into the role it place in distributed computing, which is not necessarily the kind of transaction developers typically use. Quarkus and Eclipse MicroProfile are examples of what this looks like today.

 

Special guest speaker, Lasada Pippen is a ground up, self-established engineering and technologist who now inspires people to overcome odds and face difficulties to pursue your dreams. For J4K, he will talk about "Hidden Gems" that you are and how to make cloud companies recognize this. Lasada will help you identify how valuable you are even if you're not being immediately recognized, how to navigate through this, and overcome hurdles to harness your success.

 

This is a once-a-year event with over two dozen sessions, exciting keynotes, and lots of learnings. So, what do you have to lose? Register for free and join the Java on Kubernetes community on September 28, 2022Reserve your seat now.

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