Thinking Reactive: A practical guide to building Microservices

June 3, 20201:00 PM - 2:00 PM (GMT+02:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Thinking Reactive: A practical guide to building Microservices


Developing applications that are reactive, event-driven, and polyglot are required for today's application architecture. While cloud infrastructure and container or Kubernetes solutions—such as Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform and Red Hat OpenShift® Container Platform—provide a robust infrastructure foundation for distributed environments, similar seamless application services require building applications that take full advantage of such an infrastructure. In this talk we will take a look at Quarkus the Kubernetes Native Java framework and how we can easily build reactive microservices, and finally how it enables an event driven architecture with e.g. Kafka, Debezium etc.


During this webinar you will learn:


  • What is reactive programming and architecture
  • Understand the power of Quarkus/Vert.x as a reactive framework
  • Understand the internals of Quarkus and how it unifies imperative and reactive
  • How the above applied to Event Driven Architecture and Kubernetes



Syed M Shaaf, has been at Red Hat for the last 9 years, helping customers with building, creating applications and cloud environments. Shaaf has vast experience in automation of the stack across multiple platforms e.g Solaris, Irix, Linux etc.. Currently Shaaf is part of the Red Hat Runtimes technical marketing team, and spends most of his time evangelising about Quarkus and Vert.x and also creating developer workshops for customers onboarding. Prior to that Shaaf has been a developer, architect and consultant since 2001. Shaaf lives in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Date: June 3, 2020
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (GMT+02:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

(Registration opens 30 minutes earlier)

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Hear from the experts

Max Rydahl Andersen, Distinguished Engineer working for Red Hat on the Quarkus project.


Max has been working in professional open-source the last 15 years being a contributor to core projects like Hibernate/Hibernate Tools, WildFly, Seam and Ceylon. Max lead the team behind JBoss Tools and Developer Studio its first 10 years and been greatly involved in tooling especially around Eclipse and recently focused on developer experience around Kubernetes and OpenShift.



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