CodeTalk: Cloud Native and Streaming Data Trends Ahead for Jakarta EE [Podcast]
As part of our ongoing look at the evolution of Jakarta EE, for this episode of CodeTalk, we discuss cloud-native trends for the Java stack with Jonas Boner, the original author of the Reactive Manifesto.
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Thanks for tuning in to another episode of DZone's CodeTalk Podcast where you'll hear hosts Travis Van and Travis Carlson have early conversations with the creators of new developer technologies. For these next few episodes, we'll be stepping outside of our usual coverage to interview a series of folks on Jakarta EE (the platform formerly known as Java EE) to hear from a number of perspectives on what the switch from Oracle governance to Eclipse means.
Check back every Wednesday for a fresh episode, and if you're interested in being involved as a guest or have feedback for our hosts scroll down to the bottom for contact information.
CodeTalk Episode 6: Cloud Native and Streaming Data Trends Ahead for Jakarta EE
Reactive is a popular topic on DZone, and this week we're excited to have Jonas Bonér on CodeTalk. He's the original author of the Reactive Manifesto, the creator of the Akka framework that's used for concurrency and resilience in message-driven applications, and he's also the CTO at Lightbend. As part of our ongoing look at the evolution of Jakarta EE, we discuss cloud-native trends for the Java stack.
Key Discussion Points
In this episode of DZone's CodeTalk, we synch up with Jonas to hear his take on:
- Why Reactive? — how the movement started, the modern requirements for distributed systems, and related patterns that are bubbling up.
- Opportunities for Jakarta to modernize for streaming data, message-driven architectures, and where the Reactive Streams spec fits.
- The basic challenge ahead of most enterprises in modernizing legacy monoliths into distributed systems that are scalable and economical in the cloud.
- The nature of how streaming data is driving new requirements into application architecture and key related concepts.
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