The Helidon.io project – The Java Microservices library, ready to run over OCI – Oracle Developer Meetup January 24th 2019 Lisbon

Helidon PortugalJoin Link Consulting and Oracle for a Developer Meetup in Lisbon

Following up on the microservices trend, we’re going to have a presentation on Helidon.IO ( https://helidon.io/ ), a special set of Java libraries which help to create microservice-based applications, from the actual Product Development team. Helidon.io offers a rich set of accelerators and a very fast Reactive server so that your microservices can run in Java efficiently while offering special annotations to implement tracing, error handling, metrics, and health monitoring. It features two flavors: Microframework and Microprofile compliant.
It’s a very robust way for you to get started in Microservices over Java.

This meetup will be a bit different, as you SHOULD bring your laptop. We will have a quick lab introduction and hands-on, using things like Zipkin, Jaeger, Kakfa or Kong. We will also be using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to deploy the microservices and have them running in the cloud

For details please visit the registration page here.

For additional local Meetups please see here.

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