Hands-on reactive applications with Spring Framework 5 [WORKSHOP]

A session at Spring I/O 2017

Thursday 18th May, 2017

4:30pm to 6:20pm (WET)

Scalability and resilience are important key goals, characteristics for modern applications.
To achieve this applications can use non-blocking, event-driven manner that scale with a small number of threads with backpressure as a key ingredient.

In Spring Framework 5 a new reactive stack is introduced to answer these needs.

In this workshop attendees will build a reactive web application using Spring Framework 5.0 and the upcoming Spring Boot 2.0

We will cover the following WebFlux features:
- annotation-based and functional programming models
- functional, reactive WebClient
- reactive WebSocket including client and server
- integration testing support
- supported runtimes

Also a performance measurement will be done in order to show the scalability and benefit of the newly introduced features.

About the speakers

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Violeta Georgieva
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Brian Clozel

Spring Framework committer, Pivotal inc.

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Spring I/O 2017

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Time 4:30pm6:20pm WET

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