Vanilla Java or handling 10k req/sec per core

A session at JEEConf 2016

Friday 20th May, 2016

12:00pm to 12:45pm (KMT)

In my talk I will explain how the IoT has changed the understanding of high-load and why this trend changes the rules. What are asynchronous sockets and how they work. What are the solutions up to date and why Netty has no competitors. How does Netty work, what are its strengths, weaknesses, pitfalls. How does the architecture of our Blynk IoT platform look like and why we don't use Spring, Hibernate, RDBMS and other traditional java mainstream technologies in it. How vanilla java allows to build and design extremely fast applications.

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Dmitriy Dumanskiy

Java Team Lead at Cogniance bio from LinkedIn

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JEEConf 2016

Ukraine Ukraine, Kiev

20th21st May 2016

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Time 12:00pm12:45pm KMT

Date Fri 20th May 2016

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