Spring Framework 3.1 continues Spring's mission with a focus on flexible Java-based configuration. This presentation introduces foundational 3.1 facilities such as environment profiles for application contexts, feature specifications within configuration classes, and Spring's new caching abstraction. Finally, we'll cover Spring's ongoing support for enterprise Java specifications: in particular our Servlet 3.0 support.
by Josh Long
This session provides a practical hands-on introduction to the capabilities in Spring Integration 2.0. Along the way, you will learn about Spring Integration's support for Spring Framework 3.0 features such as the Spring Expression Language, ConversionService, and RestTemplate. You will also learn about several new adapters including AMQP, XMPP, TCP/UDP, JDBC, JMX, and more.
by Craig Walls
This session will look at the various strategies for utilizing a Spring back-end with social and mobile platforms, such as consumption of RESTful services, server-push style messaging, authentication and authorization via Oauth to integrate with social network sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
by Chris Richardson
The needs of many enterprises have stretched traditional RDBMS based solutions to the breaking point and as a result, a plethora of new non-relational storage options have appeared. In this talk your learn about some popular NoSQL database including Redis, Cassandra and MongoDB. By bringing traditional Spring values such as portability, productivity and a unified POJO based programming model to this style of data access this session will show how the Spring Framework is evolving to support non relational ('NoSQL') databases as well as complex data processing via Hadoop and updated JPA support.
20th–23rd June 2011