(The slides from) Don't Call us, We'll Push you – on Cross Tier Push Architecture (JavaOne 2011)
I just completed my Birds of a Feather session at JavaOne 2011 about Push in an enterprise application architecture. Over 150 attendees were in the audience, many of them asking questions afterwards. It felt like it went well.
The slides for this session are below. I will post source code for the demos at some later stage.
- Some announcements from JavaOne 2011 – Moving Java Forward
- Role of the Database in a J2EE Architecture – Dumb Data Store? Only Data Tier? Also Business Tier?
- Scribble on a Pull-turns-push architecture based on http – registering web applications as event listeners
- Report from JavaOne 2007 – The future of the Java Technology Web Tier
- (the slides from) Reaching out from PL/SQL (Oracle Open World 2011)
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- On the integrity of data in Java applications – presentation from JFall 2013
- Book Review of Building Modular Cloud Apps with OSGi by Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker (last edit: 25th October)
- Java 8 – Collection enhancements leveraging Lambda Expressions – or: How Java emulates SQL
- OOW13: summarizing one week and 2000 sessions in 3 hours and a bit – the yearly AMIS OOW Review session – 10th October
- JavaOne 2013: (Key) Notes of a conference – State of the Java platform and all the roadmaps
- OOW13 and JavaOne 13: Notes from a Conference – Part Two
- OOW13 and JavaOne 13: Notes from a Conference – Part One
- You consolidated your applications in one database, but now one application needs recovery…
- OOW13: Sneak Preview of the Major Announcements?! In-Memory Database, PaaS (Database and Java) and M6 big memory machine