Core banking systems are essential to the business.
Modernizing is an open heart surgery and requires additional care and planning to prevent unpleasant surprises.
Enterprise application development started as a complex undertaking many years ago. Mostly based on what was called the Enterprise Java standard, it was initially supported by first thoughts of how to make it usable, called Spring.
The centralised application architecture was modernised, lifted and shifted into containers and onto orchestration platforms. The realization that smaller services in distributed environments need more than rock solid APIs and lightweight runtimes led to new efforts like the MicroProfile project.
While we as an industry left behind bloated specifications and embraced microservices architectures, we also faced challenges. Solutions that seemed like an ideal fit for this new cloud-native world did not take into account that it takes more than just slimmed down frameworks and executable archives to fully embrace Kubernetes, its features, and deliver an awesome developer experience.
This talk is going to take you on a modernization journey taking the whole picture into account and giving you tips and tricks on how to build out a new and reliable architecture on your pathway to modern Enterprise Java development.
This Webcast is in English for Developers.
Markus Eisele works for Red Hat as the Developer Adoption Program lead for EMEA where he help developers to find the right technologies to do their job fast and efficient. For the longest part of his career, he was working as a developer, creating some of the biggest Java EE based systems for insurance, automotive and financial services based industries.
On his journey, he have been part of the Java EE 7 expert group, founded a Java-based conference “JavaLand” and spoke at conferences and events worldwide about the topics closest to his heart: Java, productive development, and containers.
|10:00 - 10:10||Welcome and Introductions|
|10:10 - 10:30||Overview1|
|10:30 - 10:50||Overview2|
|10:50 - 11:00||Q&A|