Java is an open language. Every developer or organization can contribute to its open source components (libraries & frameworks) and even to the language specifications itself. This way, the community helps to improve the language continuously. While this gives developers a lot of freedom, it makes it hard to standardize. The software architecture of a Java application starts with its runtime (that is the combination of frameworks, specifications and application server). For years, monolitic JEE applications were hosted on heavy application servers. But is this platform the best option for fast, flexible and controlled delivery of business value embedded in cloud native-applications running on both IAAS-platforms and CAAS-containers? In this session Java-champions Adam Bien and Bert Ertman will give their view from different perspectives.
Fellow, and VP Technology at Luminis. Besides assignments at customers, he is responsible for stimulating innovation, knowledge sharing, coaching, technology choices and presales activities. A frequent speaker on Java, Cloud, and software architecture all over the world. Book author, and serial conference organizer. Bert Ertman was awarded the coveted title of Java Champion in 2008, and is a JavaOne RockStar speaker and twofold Duke’s Choice award winner.
17.30 Walk-in and simple meal
18.45 Adam Bien
19:45 Coffee / tea
20:15 Bert Ertman
21:15 Closing & drinks
All presentations are in English.