The IBM Developer team is excited to be an Elite sponsor at the first EclipseCon virtual event, an exciting conference for developers, architects, and open source business leaders to learn about Eclipse technologies, share best practices, and more. IBM continues to drive and contribute to key open source working groups and projects within the Eclipse Foundation. Join us at this event to explore and gain deeper insights into the benefits of hybrid and multicloud environments built on trusted, secure, scalable K8s environments. Whether you are looking to modernize your existing monolithic applications into new cloud-native architectures and platforms, or you are building new microservices-based apps, on private or public cloud platforms, using the latest Java and Kubernetes technologies, we’ll be there to help you on your journey.
Check out the following ways to engage with our contributors.
13:30: What’s new in Java? by Manoj Palat
14:00: Eclipse Tips and Tricks by Lakshmi Shanmugam & Sarika Sinha
14:45: STEM 4.0: Helping save the World from COVID-19, Ebola and other Diseases by Sekou Remy
16:45: Quarkus – Supersonic Subatomic Java by Anamarija Talijanac
13:30: Hands-On Ethical hacking – for the Curious by Jayashree S Kumar
13:30: From non-modular to modular Java programs – What you need to know? by Vikas Chandra
13:30: Secure Microservices made easy with Eclipse MicroProfile JWT by Emily Jiang
13:30: Ubiquitous OSGi – Android, Graal Substrate, Java Modules, Flat Class Path by Thomas Watson
14:00: Using Openshift based Jenkins Infrastructure in Eclipse Platform Project by Sravan Kumar Lakkimsetti
14:45: Write tests that spark flow by Sebastian Daschner
15:15: What does cloud-native mean anyway? by Alasdair Nottingham
13:00: Building a Language Server for Eclipse MicroProfile by YK Chang
13:00: Walking through the Eclipse IDE tooling support for new Java versions by Kalyan Prasad Tatavarthi
15:00: Easier integration testing in OSGi: The open source osgi-test project by BJ Hargrave
15:30: Deploying a Modern Serverless Container as powered by Vert.x by Mary Grygleski
Be sure to stop by the IBM Booth to talk to our speakers and other subject matter experts about all things open, including modernizing your core Java based applications and building new cloud-native applications. IBM continues to drive and contribute to key open source technologies that enable modern applications, including Jakarta EE, Eclipse MicroProfile, Eclipse OpenJ9, Open Liberty, Kubernetes and more. Also get hands-on experience through QuickLabs featuring Open Liberty, Red Hat OpenShift, and Microservices.