Pivotal Demonstrates Cloud-Native Apps at JavaOne Conference

October 22, 2015 Paul M. Davis

 

sfeatured-JavaOneDuring sessions and presentations, Pivotal will demonstrate its implementations of Cloud-Native Java technologies at the JavaOne convention, taking place October 25-29 at Hilton Union Square in San Francisco. As an increasing number of enterprises migrate to a Cloud-Native architecture, they seek guidance on how to best deploy and optimize Java apps on cloud platforms. Leading developers from Pivotal will be offering insight, best practices, and use cases during their presentations.

Demos at the Pivotal booth, #5201, will show off Spring Cloud Services, Pivotal’s enterprise-grade Cloud Foundry distribution, and IoT and connected car technologies. In addition, a hands-on lab will offer attendees an opportunity to experiment with Fortune Teller, a fun and simple demonstration app that leverages libraries and services from Spring Cloud and Netflix OSS to provide users with virtual fortune cookies.

Moreover, Pivotal experts will be presenting on a wide number of topics during the event:

To the Cloud! Building Cloud-Native Applications
Josh Long, Spring Developer Advocate, the Spring team at Pivotal
Monday, Oct 26, 8:30 a.m. | Parc 55—Embarcadero

Moving Renewable Energy Embedded Systems into the Cloud
Tom Angelucci, Director, Product Marketing, IoT, Oracle
Mark Heckler, Developer Advocate, Pivotal
Monday, Oct 26, 11:00 a.m. | Parc 55—Market Street

Booting Up Spring Apps in a Lightweight Cloud Service
Bruno Borges, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
Josh Long, Spring Developer Advocate, the Spring team at Pivotal
Monday, Oct 26, 2:30 p.m. | Parc 55—Market Street

Cloud Application Development with Eclipse Tools for Cloud Foundry
Kris De Volder, Software Developer, Pivotal Software
Elson Yuen, IBM Canada Ltd.
Tuesday, Oct 27, 11:00 a.m. | Parc 55—Powell I/II

The Spring BOF
Josh Long, Spring Developer Advocate, the Spring team at Pivotal
Tuesday, Oct 27, 7:00 p.m. | Hilton—Golden Gate 2/3

Spring Boot for the Java EE Developer
Phillip Webb, Software Engineer, Pivotal
Wednesday, Oct 28, 8:30 a.m. | Parc 55—Mission

The Anatomy of a Secure Web Application Using Java Redux
John Field, Security Architect, Pivotal
Shawn McKinney, Systems Architect, Symas
Wednesday, Oct 28, 3:00 p.m. | Hilton—Plaza Room A

IoT Realized: The Connected Car
Philip Berman, Field Engineer, Pivotal
Scott Deeg, Field Engineer, Pivotal Software
Michael Minella, Project Lead – Spring Batch, Pivotal
Wednesday, Oct 28, 4:30 p.m. | Hilton—Continental Ballroom 6

To register for JavaOne, visit the Oracle site, and for more information about Pivotal’s presence at the event, visit the Pivotal JavaOne page, and follow @springcentral and @pivotalcf on Twitter.

 

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