DevNation Day India 2022 - From Cloud Native Java and Quarkus with Love
Over the last couple of years, our industry faced many naysayers doubting that Java is ready for today's, let alone tomorrow's application development requirements. Too rigid, too fat, too slow, and too resource hungry were the usual suspects to question Java's "fitness" for developing cloud-native applications targeting Kubernetes. One day, Quarkus came along to demonstrate the exact opposite. Join this fast-paced session to learn about Quarkus, which is a new breed of Java application development framework. It builds upon well-established standards and technologies as well as battle-tested libraries, many of which you might already master or at least be familiar with. If you want to experience some of the goodness and love that Quarkus offers and brings to modern application development with Java, this talk is for you. After this session, you'll have a first impression about what it means and how it feels to develop supersonic subatomic Java applications.
Hans-Peter Grahsl (@hpgrahsl on Twitter) is a Developer Advocate at Red Hat. He is an open-source community enthusiast and in particular passionate about event-driven architectures, distributed stream processing systems and data engineering. For his code contributions, conference talks and blog post writing at the intersection of the Apache Kafka and MongoDB communities, Hans-Peter received the Confluent Community Catalyst award 4 times in a row and became one of the founding members of the MongoDB Champions Program in late 2020. He is a regular speaker at international tech-related and developer conferences for several years.
Anuva Ambastha joined Red Hat in 2013 in the Global Partner team where she focused on Red Hat key and strategic partners and helped them build meaningful solutions for their customers.
In her career spanning over 21 years , Anuva has worked extensively with Middleware technologies and specialises in supporting customers to accelerate their digital transformation journey by using next generation cloud-native and container technologies from Red Hat.
In her current role as Principal Specialist Solution Architect she strives to make open source technology both practical and workable for enterprise users by balancing her technical expertise, understanding of business processes and IT problems faced at the enterprise level along with her passion for open source.