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  • From Zero to Cloud with Spring and Cloud-Ready Data Technologies
    From Zero to Cloud with Spring and Cloud-Ready Data Technologies John Blum, Pivotal Recorded: Jan 18 2018 64 mins
    Microservices are all the hype and engineering efforts have shifted to refactoring monoliths into smaller, independent and composable services. Of course, this allows individual components of the application/system architecture to be independently scaled, owned and operated. But, what about your data?

    Building highly available, consistent and complex transactional/analytical applications at scale, that continue to perform as demand increases is challenging. Additionally, resigning a once, strongly consistent, ACID-compliant application backed by a DBMS into an eventually consistent architecture is unacceptable for many of the legacy systems still in use today. However, you cannot afford to keep relying on the same monolithic data architectures constituting a single point of failure and continue to supply your demand.

    Learn how existing applications can be modernized for the cloud by employing cloud-ready data management technologies, such as Apache Geode, which was built from the ground up on distributed, horizontally scalable (scale-out), shared-nothing architectural principles. When combined with the power of Spring running on Cloud Foundry, you have a recipe for protecting your existing investment while enabling you to leverage cloud-native design patterns that will move you towards the future.
  • Domain Events & Event Storming Part Four
    Domain Events & Event Storming Part Four Michael Plöd, Principal Consultant, InnoQ Recorded: Jan 17 2018 55 mins
    In the fourth part of our Domain-Driven Design (DDD) webinar series we address Domain Events, a major driver for the evolution of DDD over the last couple of years.

    Domain Events help us to decouple Bounded Contexts by interaction through preferably asynchronous business events. Domain Events can also be used as a persistence model (Event Sourcing). In order to identify suitable Domain Events, Alberto Brandolini invented a new workshop format called, Event Storming.

    This webinar introduces you to the concept of Domain Events and explains how you can leverage the advantages of this approach in your software architectures. We will also address common pitfalls and trade-offs when working with Domain Events and will take a close look at Event Storming and its benefits.
  • Internal Building Blocks: Aggregates, Entities, Value Objects Part Three
    Internal Building Blocks: Aggregates, Entities, Value Objects Part Three Michael Plöd, Principal Consultant, InnoQ Recorded: Dec 12 2017 61 mins
    Part three of the Domain-Driven Design Webinar Series examines the internal software architecture of applications. This part of Domain-Driven Design is often misunderstood or poorly implemented by teams working with frameworks such as OR-Mapping tools.

    You will learn how to use building blocks such as Entities, Value Objects and Aggregates for modeling the core domain of your application—the heart of your software’s business logic. In addition, we will look at the differences between JPA and DDD Entities and Value Objects—and rest assured there are some substantial differences.

    Finally, this webinar will cover patterns such as Factories, Repositories and Application Services and show you how to put everything in context with a rough architecture structure.
  • Strategic Design: Domains, Subdomains, Bounded Contexts & Context Maps-Part Two
    Strategic Design: Domains, Subdomains, Bounded Contexts & Context Maps-Part Two Michael Plöd, Principal Consultant, InnoQ Recorded: Nov 16 2017 64 mins
    In the second installment of Pivotal’s five-part webinar series on Domain-Driven Design, we will take a look at how domains, subdomains and especially bounded contexts relate to each other.

    You will leave this webinar knowing how to use context mapping and the context map’s patterns, like shared kernel, anticorruption layer or published language, among others, to analyze existing applications or application landscapes for possible transformations of monolithic applications. And you will understand how the idea of a bounded context can relate to microservices.
  • Software Delivery in the Transforming Enterprise
    Software Delivery in the Transforming Enterprise Rouven Besters, Kevin Olsen, Pivotal Recorded: Nov 9 2017 59 mins
    The digital transformation journey has begun for many companies, while others are struggling to achieve the speed of delivery that transformation promises. Design thinking, Agile, Lean, what does it all mean?

    This webinar will walk you through the proven recipe Pivotal has used with our customers (Volkswagen, Ford, The Home Depot, Humana, Allstate, and many more) to help them transform their software delivery teams into lean agile groups, capable of shipping software daily.

    We will walk through the mechanics and processes we use to ensure teams can deliver high quality software as well as spend time discussing the necessary supporting structures our enterprise customers build to give these teams the freedom and autonomony to ship software at the speed of startups.
  • Overview and Core Values of Domain-Driven Design-Part One
    Overview and Core Values of Domain-Driven Design-Part One Michael Plöd, Principal Consultant, InnoQ Recorded: Oct 12 2017 60 mins
    This is the first of a five-part webinar series about Domain-Driven Design. Part One provides you with a brief overview of Domain-Driven Design. You will learn that Domain-Driven Design is not just limited to a technical way of modeling and structuring your software.

    Domain-Driven Design is so much more because it also delivers a set of core values for your project work. Some of those values are around the way we integrate technical people and domain experts in projects, others are about agility and refactoring and one of the most important constructs of Domain-Driven Design is the so called Ubiquitous Language. The latter aims at establishing a common language which is mandatory in a team context or project.

    In part one of this webinar series, you will learn how to identify and establish an Ubiquitous Language. We will also look into ways of documenting this language.

    The webinar series will consist of five parts:

    Part One - Overview and Core Values of Domain-Driven Design
    Part Two - Strategic Design: Domains, Subdomains, Bounded Contexts and Context Maps
    Part Three - Tactical Design: Aggregates, Entities, Value Objects, and more
    Part Four - Domain Events, Event Storming and Event Sourcing
    Part Five - Implementing "Domain-Driven Microservices" with Spring Boot, Data and Cloud
  • Getting Reactive with Spring Framework 5.0 GA release
    Getting Reactive with Spring Framework 5.0 GA release Juergen Hoeller, Rossen Stoyanchev, Stephane Maldini and Arjen Poutsma Recorded: Oct 4 2017 79 mins
    As a major revision of the core Spring Framework, 5.0 comes with a Java 8+ baseline and many infrastructure refinements: e.g. our own Commons Logging bridge autodetecting Log4j 2, SLF4J, JUL by default; streamlined use of Servlet 3.1+; and support for JUnit 5.0!

    Rest assured that the reactive focus does not impact the existing Spring MVC model; these options live alongside each other. Work continues on the traditional servlet-based Spring MVC stack; there are many further refinements across the framework.

    Join Juergen Hoeller, Rossen Stoyanchev, Stephane Maldini and the Spring Team to learn about:

    * Reactive programming: Spring WebFlux framework built on Reactor 3.1, with support for RxJava 2.1 and running on Tomcat, Jetty, Netty or Undertow.

    * Functional style with Java 8 & Kotlin: several API refinements and Kotlin extensions across the framework, in particular for bean registration and functional web endpoints.

    * Integration with Java EE 8 APIs: support for Servlet 4.0, Bean Validation 2.0, JPA 2.2, as well as the JSON Binding API (as an alternative to Jackson/Gson in Spring MVC).

    * JDK 9 support: fully aligned with JDK 9 at runtime, on the classpath as well as the module path (on the latter: as filename-based “automatic modules” for the time being).

    Attendees will also learn about the role of Project Reactor and its Reactive Streams foundation as the core reactive engine not only for Spring Framework, but increasingly across the Spring ecosystem. Spring Framework 5.0 adopters will benefit from an in-depth understanding of Project Reactor as they start using the 5.0 release.

    We look forward to you joining us.
  • Building Event-Driven Systems with Spring Cloud Stream
    Building Event-Driven Systems with Spring Cloud Stream Jakub Pilimon, Software Developer / Trainer / Architect Recorded: Sep 28 2017 79 mins
    Event sourcing architectures naturally lead to messaging and CQRS-based services. We can benefit from getting rid of typical relational database models and replacing them with event reconstruction.

    Join this webinar to understand how events naturally imply projections and different read models for data. In this talk we will explore these patterns, implemented with real Spring Cloud Stream applications. We will review how ES and CQRS concepts were perceived and used in the databases construct for many years and what's new about them in microservices context.

    And we’ll learn how to leverage eventual consistency and event-driven architecture with the use of pure Spring tools! For the fans of Functional Programming, you will learn how you can model your domain with just functions, pattern matching, left fold and immutability. Never lose information in your ORM-based system again!
  • Full Stack Reactive NoSQL: Spring Data and Couchbase
    Full Stack Reactive NoSQL: Spring Data and Couchbase Matt Ingenthron and Subhashni Balakrishnan, Couchbase Recorded: Jul 13 2017 71 mins
    While Spring Framework 4.0 includes limited support for reactive programming, Spring Framework 5.0 emphasizes reactive architectures—it's time to learn how to take this full stack! From inception, Couchbase has been designed for event oriented programming. Currently Spring Data Couchbase builds on its reactive programming using RxJava 1.x while project Reactor is coming to Spring Framework 5.0

    As a developer you can powerfully build Spring Framework apps and microservices with Spring Data Couchbase since the implementation behind the API is scalable and efficient. Spring Data Couchbase also allows you to dive down to the native reactive interfaces when you want to optimize the last mile. Being reactive-ready, Couchbase fully embraces reactive support in Spring Framework 5.0, providing a repository with reactor types.

    In this session, Matt Ingenthron of Couchbase will first review the capabilities of Spring Data Couchbase showing how the implementation makes it easy to leverage a reactive core for your apps. Then Matt will demonstrate how you can directly work with Couchbase's reactive interface in apps built on Spring Framework 4.0 and give you a sense of how Couchbase plans to go even further with Spring Framework 5.0's reactive interfaces.
  • New in Spring Framework 5.0: Functional Web Framework
    New in Spring Framework 5.0: Functional Web Framework Arjen Poutsma, Pivotal Recorded: Jun 14 2017 64 mins
    In Spring Framework 5.0, we introduced a new, functional web framework, next to the existing annotation-driven programming model. In this talk, we will discuss this new framework: how it is used, what its goals are, how it compares to the annotation model, and other related topics.

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