Let’s talk modern development at SpringOne Platform
Join us at SpringOne Platform 2019 for an incredible line-up of speakers and a fun, hands-on quicklab, all covering the latest in cloud-native technologies.
SpringOne Platform, 7 – 10 October 2019 in Austin, TX, is right around the corner, and it’s shaping up to be an exciting conference. From a fun, hands-on quicklab, to all the incredible speakers discussing Spring, Java, Reactive, .NET, Kotlin, and cloud, covering the latest in technology — we’re excited to connect with you.
Test your coding skills: Automate and accelerate cloud-native Spring with Appsody and Codewind
Moving workloads to the cloud introduces a steep learning curve for developers accustomed to traditional web application development. In a hands-on quicklab, take a look at Appsody and Codewind, two technologies that simplify development of containerized cloud-native applications. In 15 minutes or less, with a few lines of code, you’ll be able to start building cloud-native applications like an expert without having to be an expert in all the cloud-native technologies. You can then claim victory and a special Austin-themed prize.
Join us at IBM booth #P10!
Hear from IBMers about their work in cloud-native
|Session date/time||Session title||Speaker and location|
|Wednesday, 9 October
4:20pm – 5:30pm
|Metrics for the win: Using Micrometer to understand application behavior||Erin Schnabel
|Wednesday, 9 October
5:40pm – 6:10pm
|Modern development: How containers are changing everything||Steve Poole, Pratik Patel
|Thursday, 10 October
10:30am – 11:40am
|Collaborative contract-driven development||Billy Korando
Explore cloud-native at the IBM booth #P10
Quicklab: Cloud-native Spring featuring Appsody and Codewind: Get your hands on the code and kickstart your day with a lab that will get you building cloud-native applications like an expert, featuring Austin-themed merch and more.
Kabanero: Find out about this new open source project that brings together Knative, Istio, and Tekton with new open projects Eclipse Codewind, Appsody, and Razee into an end-to-end solution to architect, build, deploy, and manage the lifecycle of Kubernetes-based applications.
Java: Hang out with IBMers who are actively contributing to the open Java communities, including Spring, Open Liberty, OpenJ9, Jakarata EE, MicroProfile, and more.
Open source @ IBM: IBM continues to deliver innovative ideas as open source projects. Find out about the latest and greatest directly from key contributors to Kabanero, Appsody, Eclipse Codewind, Razee, and more.