Over a million developers have joined DZone.

Oracle Code San Francisco Videos: Cloud-Native Apps, Scaling, and Docker Image Lifecycles

DZone's Guide to

Oracle Code San Francisco Videos: Cloud-Native Apps, Scaling, and Docker Image Lifecycles

It wasn't all about the cloud, but there was plenty of cloud-oriented development to talk about at Code SF. These videos cover, RAD, Docker, and plenty more.

· Cloud Zone ·
Free Resource

Learn how to migrate and modernize stateless applications and run them in a Kubernetes cluster.

It's a wrap! The first of the 20 Code events worldwide is over with about 300 attendees who enjoyed, for free, Oracle's one-day developer-focused conference, that was held at Marriott Marquis, in San Francisco, this last Wednesday, March 1. 

The event was free to attend and the content was very much focused on educating developers how to build software these days, with sessions that varied from building microservices, using containers, DevOps practices, and multiple programming languages like Java, JavaScript, and .NET, as well with the use of relational, NoSQL, and in-memory databases. Third-party community speakers, sponsors, and Oracle engineers shared their knowledge and views throughout the entire day, with 18 very good technical sessions.

Image titleDouglas Crockford, a JavaScript advocate well-known for his book "Javascript: The Good Parts" and the discovery of the JSON format, and Thomas Kurian, Oracle's president for product development and engineering, completed the conference agenda with their opening keynotes in the morning.

Two interesting announcements happened at Code San Francisco:

Other parallel activities also took place, with two hands-on labs for building and deploying microservices on Oracle Cloud, an IoT workshop, and several cool demos at Code Lounge, like the traditional Cloud Coffee demo already presented at other conferences, and few other new ones that developers can expect to see at future Oracle Code events. Going beyond on-site activities, the event had a series of interviews done through Periscope with speakers at the event, which you can find at the @OracleDevs channel.

For those who couldn't be at the event or the attendees who want to watch again, all sessions were recorded and are already available on the Oracle Developers YouTube channel.

Below you will find some of the most well-attended sessions at Code San Francisco:

  1. Dan McGhan's presentation about Building Real-time Data in Web Applications with Node.js

  2. Shaun Smith's presentation about Deploying Cloud Native Applications: VMs, Containers, or Functions?

  3. Viktor Gamov, from Hazelcast, presented about Distributed Caching for Your Next Node.js Project

  4. Baruch Sadogursky, from JFrog, presented Patterns and Antipatterns in Docker Image Lifecycle

  5. Boris Scholl's presentation about Lessons Learned from Building Out Hyper Scale Cloud Services Using Docker

  6. Jakub Nesetril's presentation about Harmonyin API Design (with Apiary.io)

If you feel like you enjoyed these sessions and you couldn't be at Code San Francisco, go to the Oracle Code website and check dates and locations for an event near you. Our next stop is Austin, TX, next Wednesday, March 8.

All these events are free, so go to the website and register! And keep in mind, the content presented is from speakers who are applying to the Call for Papers, which means if you have something to share, please submit it, too!

Join us in exploring application and infrastructure changes required for running scalable, observable, and portable apps on Kubernetes.

cloud ,oracle code 2017 ,cloud-native applications ,rad development ,docker images

Opinions expressed by DZone contributors are their own.

{{ parent.title || parent.header.title}}

{{ parent.tldr }}

{{ parent.urlSource.name }}