Containers for Java Applications and Microservices Implementation

MoveInSync Technology Solutions Private Limited - No. 439, 17th Cross Road Bengaluru - View Map Container Developers Meetup - Bangalore
Sat, Aug 24, 2019, 10:30 AM (IST)

About this event


This is a FREE meetup. Participants from different experience levels are welcome, but to make the best use of the meetup, prior working experience with Java Applications and Microservices is preferable.

10.00am - 10.15am - Registration

10.15am - 10.30am - Welcome & intro from the host (MoveInSync)

10.30am - 11.20am - KEDA for Kubernetes - Bring the power of Serverless event driven architecture to K8s, Manoj Ganapathi, Chief Architect | Digital Technology Consultant | Cloud and DevOps Specialist, CodeOps Technologies

KEDA (K8s Event Driven Autoscaling) is a very interesting open-source project jointly committed by Microsoft and Red Hat to provide event-driven capabilities for any Kubernetes workload.  While there has been a tremendous evolution of Serverless services like Azure Functions and AWS Lambda, there has not been a native way to integrate the event driven programming model within k8s - these exist has external FaaS services. KEDA changes that and brings an easy to use programming model.

In this session, we are going to dive into the basics of KEDA with simple examples leveraging AKS, Azure Service Bus, and KEDA.

About Manoj:

11.20am - 11.40am - Tea break

11.40am - 12.30pm - Java for the Containers by Vaibhav Choudhary, Principal Staff Engineer, Java Platforms Team, Oracle

About Vibhav:

Java with all its recent changes is ready for Cloud and for Container. Let’s unfold the story. The topics covered in this session are -
- Performance Improvement
- Fast startup time
- Low memory overhead
- Respective to container boundaries.
- Performance inside container

12.30pm - 01.00pm - Lightning talk by Rupesh Gopal, Head of Engineering, MoveInSync

Java remains an interesting choice for scalable applications due to its popularity and low barrier-to-entry. At MoveInSync, the employee transportation system handles requests from 2.3 million users every day. It has a presence across India, Sri Lanka, and South Africa. Rupesh will be illustrating how through Java with microservices implementation, MoveInSync has been solving extremely complex problems of demand prediction and real-time tracking, at scale.

About Rupesh:

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Venue Partner & Supporter: Our heartiest thanks to MoveInSync for hosting and Microsoft for supporting this meetup.

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Further details will be updated soon


Saturday, Aug 24
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM (IST)


MoveInSync Technology Solutions Private Limited
No. 439, 17th Cross Road Bengaluru