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Description: For years, the client-server architecture has been the de-facto standard to build applications. But a major shift happened. The one model rules them all age is over. A new range of applications and architectures has emerged and impacts how code is written and how applications are deployed and executed. HTTP microservices, reactive applications, message-driven microservices, and serverless are now central players in modern systems.

Quarkus has been designed with this new world in mind and provides first-class support for these different paradigms. Developers using the Red Hat build of Quarkus can now choose between deploying natively compiled code or JVM-based code depending on an application’s needs. Natively compiled Quarkus applications are extremely fast and memory-efficient, making Quarkus a great choice for serverless and high-density cloud deployments.

Speakers

1) Mark Baker, Senior Solutions Architect at Red Hat -
2) Shanna Chan, Senior Solutions Architect at Red Hat

Speaker Bios

Mark Baker - Mark’s experiences coalesce around solution /business architecture and leadership bringing together people in both post / pre-sales software projects bridging traditional legacy systems (i.e. Jakarta (JEE) MVC) with Cloud tolerant and Cloud native open source in the journey of modernization and transformation. More about Mark at http://linkedin.com/in/markwbaker-tsl

Shanna Chan - Shanna is passionate about how open source solutions help others in their journey of application modernization and transformation of their business into cloud infrastructures. Her background includes application developments, DevOps, and architecting solutions for large enterprises. More about Shanna at http://linkedin.com/in/shanna-chan

Agenda

4:00 pm Introductions
4:05 pm Talk - "Quarkus - a next-gen Kubernetes Native Java framework "
5:00 pm Q&A
5:15 pm Raffle

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