This webinar showcases how to implement reactive endpoints with Java, Quarkus, and Eclipse MicroProfile and deploy an end-to-end sample application to Red Hat OpenShift.
One key benefit of reactive systems and reactive REST endpoints is efficiency. This workshop describes how to use reactive systems and reactive programming to achieve faster response times. This model saves you money, especially in public clouds where costs depend on CPU, RAM, and compute durations.
🎓 What you will learn
– Reactive REST endpoints via CompletionStage
– Exception handling in chained reactive invocations
– Timeouts via CompletableFuture
– Reactive REST invocations via MicroProfile REST Client
👩💻 Who should attend
– Developers and anyone interested in Quarkus, REST endpoints, OpenShift and MicroProfile
– Sbusiso Mkhombe, IBM Developer Advocate, South Africa
– Sign up for your IBM Cloud account – https://ibm.biz/BdfEQB
– Register for the live stream and access the replay – https://www.crowdcast.io/e/ReactiveEndpointsJava
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