J-Fall 2015

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J-Fall 2015 Speaker Rene Boere, Pascal Snippen & Arjen Wassink – Continuous Delivery

Deze sessie is een verdieping van de keynote en doet uit de doeken hoe wij ons cluster ingericht hebben, inclusief de technische details. Met live demo’s tonen wij hoe principes en technieken werken. Zo zul je zien hoe wij in staat zijn met Git, Bamboo, Docker en Marathon, geautomatiseerd microservices uit te rollen op ons Mesos […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Rene Boere & Pascal Snippen – Pushing the limits of Continuous Delivery

Containers, cloud platformen, Service Discovery en Continuous Delivery zijn technologieën die zich momenteel razendsnel ontwikkelen. We passen allemaal al jaren Continuous Integration gecombineerd met unittesten toe in onze projecten. In deze sessie geeft Quintor haar visie hoe we Continuous Integration de komende jaren zien evolueren naar een Continuous Delivery omgeving op Web-scale formaat, gebruikmakend van […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Jettro Coenradie – Handling, extending and presenting data with ELK+

More and more people are using the ELK (Elasticsearch Logstash Kibana) stack to analyse their data. Often what they do is using the default logstash, default elasticsearch and standard Kibana dashboards. I would almost say, to bad, since there is so much more possible with these tools. For numerous projects in aviation, car industry, healthcare […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Brian Benz & Harel Broitman – Setting up monitoring for Java apps (Microsoft)

Setting up monitoring for Java applications for build, measure, learn (Microsoft) Are you developing in an agile world and building a modern service, web or mobile application? For this, it is critical to understand your customer needs and how they are using your product. You want to understand usage trends to better target the right […]

J-Fall 2015 – Officiële Aftermovie

Op donderdag 5 november 2015 organiseerde de NLJUG wederom hét Java-evenement van Nederland: J-Fall 2015. Dit jaar vond J-Fall 2015 plaats op een nieuwe locatie in de bioscoop CineMec in Ede. De CineMec biedt toegang tot meer mensen, is ruimer opgezet, bevat een grotere keynotezaal en door de bioscoopconstructie heb je als bezoeker altijd goed […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Jeroen Gordijn – Running microservice without fear

Je kunt geen conferentie bezoeken, of artikel lezen of het gaat wel over microservices. Met een microservice architectuur kun je kleine stukjes van je landschap snel ontwikkelen en aanpassen. Hiermee is het dus mogelijk om snel in te spelen op business requirements. Microservices zijn ook zelfstandig te deployen waardoor er geen (complete) downtime is als […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Gerrit Grunwald – Healthcare for the Elderly using the IoT (Oracle)

The Healthcare situation in cities might be good but for the elderly population on the country side it is often problematic. In this session it will be shown how one can use a mobile phone and a smart watch in combination with a Java based gateway and iBeacons to monitor the activity of elderly people. […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Folkert Schram de Jong – Continuous Delivery as a Service (Capgemini)

In this session Folkert Schram de Jong will demonstrate how to build, test, deploy and monitor a java application using several cloud platforms and services. And without the use of a creditcard. Continuous Delivery practices that used to be cumbersome to set up, are now being offered as easy to use services. This enables developers […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Hubert Klein Ikkink – Building HTTP Applications with Ratpack

Building Asynchronous and Non-Blocking HTTP Applications with Ratpack Ratpack is a library to write asynchronous and non-blocking HTTP applications. The library is written in Java 8 and we can implement the application code in Java 8 or Groovy. The HTTP IO handling is implemented with Netty, which means that a lot of requests can be […]

J-Fall 2015 Speaker Bas Geerdink & Natalino Busa – Data Science in the Enterprise (ING)

Ing is a Data Driven Experimental Enterprise, which is heavily investing in big data, analytics and streaming processing. As in many other enterprises, we deal with a large variety of data sources. Some are responsible for primary processes, while others are used to improve the quality of the service and to keep internal operations going […]